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INDEX OF PATENTS 

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INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1924 





WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

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CONTENTS 



Page. 

Decisions Printed in the Official Gazette in 1924 3 

Alphabetical List of Patentees 5 

Alphabetical List of Registrants of Trade-Marks 683 

Alphabetical List of Trade-Mark Applicants Published for Opposition (Act of 

Feb. 20, 1905, Sec. 6, as amended Mar. 2, 1907) 913 

Alphabetical List of Eegistraxts of Labels 1066 

Alphabetical List of Registrants of Prints 1082 

Alphabetical List of Disclaimers 1089 

Alphabetical List of Inventions 1091 

Classified List of Trade-Marks Registered 1422 

Classified List of Trade-Mark Titles Published for Opposition (Act of Feb. 

20, 1905, Sec. 6, as amended Mar. 2, 1907) ^ 1600 

Alphabetical List of Labels Registered 1712 

Alphabetical List of Prints Registered 1725 

List of Disclaimers Arranged by Inventions 1731 




DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1924. 



Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Company v. The Buck- 
eye Aluminum Company. 326 O. G. 471. 
American Laundry Machinery Co. et al. v. Prosperity 

Co., Inc. 325 O. G. 703. 
American Stainless Steel Co. v. Ludlum Steel Co. 320 

O. G. 697. 
American Steel Foundries v. Robertson, Commissioner 

of Patents, and Simplex Electric Heating Company. 

324 O. G. 963. 
Appx Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. Ex parte. 

329 O. G. 264. 
Art Metal Construction Co., Inc., v. Textile Publishing 

Co., Inc. 320 O. G. 449. 
Ashaway Line & Twine Manufacturing Company. Ex 

parte. 329 O. G. 264. 
Baldwin Company, The, v. Robertson as Commissioner of 

Patents and R. S. Howard Company. 327 O. G. 5. 
Ball. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 4. 
Bancel v. Meier. 325 O. G. 461. 
Bedell. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 802. 
Belden. Ex parte. 319 O. G. 473. 
Bennett v. Schweitzer. 328 O. G. 525. 
Bickhart v. Crissey. 328 O. G. 254. 
Billingsley v. Melba Mfg. Co. 326 O. G. 473. 
Bonnelycke. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 7. 
Bowers. Ex parte. 327 O. G. 215. 
Buchenberg. Ex parte. 327 O. G. 216. 
Budd and Ledwinka. In re. 318 O. G. 689. 
Burdett v. Luening. 323 O. G. 233. 
Caldwell Manufacturing Company, The, v. The Glass 

Novelty Company. 329 O. G. 801. 
California Packing Corporation v. Halferty. 320 O. G. 

700. 
California Packing Corporation v. Santa Ana Preserving 

Co. 320 O. G. 450. 
Callaghan v. Gouverneur et al. 322 O. G. 3. 
Campbell v. Jackson. 328 O. G. 781. 
Canterbury Candy Makers v. Brecht Candy Co. 320 

O. G. 3. 
Carr. In re. 323 O. G. 4 ; 324 O. G. 3. 
Chamberlin v. Kadow. Kadow v. Cbamberlin. 327 

O. G. 3. 
Chapman. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 263. 
Chapman v. Beede. 323 O. G. 230. 
Chester-Pollard Amusement Co., Inc., v. Kentucky Derby 

Co., Inc., et al. 318 O. G. 475. 
Cloyes. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 3. 
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc., v. Phillips-Jones Corporation. 

329 O. G. 537. 
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc., v. Phillips-Jones Corporation. 

329 O G 5.38 
Coleman' and Ut'ne v. Neahr. 328 O. G. 529. 
Comstock. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 788. 
Concrete Appliances Co. et al. v. Gomery et al. 321 

O. G. 4. 
Corn Products Refining Company v. Bragno & Mustari. 

329 O. G. 806. 
Cowles. In re. 323 O. G. 480. 
Cowles V. Eody. 323 O. G. 479. 
Cuthbert. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 251. 
Dalton. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 803. 
De Forest v. Meissner, Langmuir, and Armstrong. Lang- 

muir V. Armstrong, Meissner, and De Forest. Meissner 

V. De Forest, Langmuir, and Armstrong. De Forest v. 

Meissner and Langmuir. De Forest v. Langmuir. 324 

O. G. 965. 
Dennis v. Karns. Dennis v. Dnrrin. 321 O. G. 3. 
Deutz and Orteiiberg, Inc. In re. 325 O. G. 463. 
Doble V. Scott. 320 O. G. 4. 

Doremus and Bcnser, Inc., v. Jacobs. 319 O. G. 3. 
Drew Company, The Irving. In ic. 324 O. G. 676. 
Dunlap & Co. v. The Jackson & Gutman Company. 326 

O. G. 469. 
Edison, Inc., Thomas A., v. Waterbury Battery Co. 318 

O. G. 687. 
Egcrton. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 7S0. 
Electric Boat Company v. The United States. 326 0. G. 

244. 
Ellis V. Shaw. 321 O. G. 223. 
Englander. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 526. 
Eversharp Pencil Company v. American Safety Razor 

Corporation. 325 O. G. 5. 
FcUhouscn. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 4. 
Foamite-Childs Corporation v. I'yrene Manufacturing 

Company. 319 O. G. 6. 
Pootc. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 526. 
Foreman. Kx parte. 320 O. G. 084. 
(Jarson v. Elwoll-Parker Electric Co. 318 O. G. 239. 
Getchell v. Ilorton. 328 O. G. 3. 
Gottheil. Ex parte. 320 O. G. 227. 
Gourtoff. Ex parte. 329 O. (J. 536. 



H. K. H. Silk Co., The. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 266. 

Hammer. In re. 325 O. G. 4. 

Hammer v. Robertson, Commissioner of Patents. 325 
O. G. 3. 

Hammond. Ex parte. 326 O. G. 684. 

Hammond, jr. Ex parte. 326 O. G. 683. 

Harbridge v. Perrin. 321 O. G. 705. 

Hayde v. Croll v. Boynton v. Larson. 329 O. G. 3. 

Hazard v. TefEt. 329 O. G. 11. 

Heany. In re. 322 O. G. 735. 

Heidbrink et al. v. McKesson. 320 O. G. 227. 

Hernandez, Margaret N., administratrix of the Estate 
of Arturo Hernandez-Mejia. In re. 328 O. G. 255. 

Hertner. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 527. 

Heyer, Theodore A., doing business as T. A. Heyer Du- 
plicator Company, v. Duplicator Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 325 O. G. 701. 

Hill. Ex parte. 319 O. G. 707. 

Holslag V. HoUup. 323 O. G. 3. 

Horlick's Malted Milk Co. v. The Borden Co. 319 O. G. 
709. 

Horning. In re. 322 O. G. 266. 

Horton v. Sachs. 320 O. G. 7. 

Howard. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 251. 

Howard Company v. Baldwin Company. Howard Com- 
pany V. Valley Gem Piano Company. 326 O. G. 685. 

Hughes and Fletcher. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 6. 

Imperial Glass Co. v. A. H. Heisey and Co. 320 O. G. 
452. 

Indiana Lamp Co. et al. v. Alvo Mfg. Co. et al. 329 O. G. 
807. 

International Bedding Co. v. Ostermoor & Co. 319 
O. G. 235. 

Interwoven Stocking Company v. David Harris & Eisner. 
329 O. G. 11. 

Irving Drew Company, The. In re. 324 O. 6. 676. 

Irwin-Hodson Co., Inc., v. Geo. Primbs & Sons, Inc. 
329 O. G. 1005. 

Isom V. Dubbs. 324 O. G. 233. 

John. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 3. 

Johnson, jr. In re. 325 O. G. 220. 

Jones. Ex parte. 327 O. G. 681. 

Joy V. Morgan. 320 O. G. 4. 

Keller and Lillie, doing business as Hartford Windshield 
Company, v. Adams-Campbell Co., Inc., Gabel, Kipper, 
et al. 327 O. G. 217. 

Kling V. Haring. 329 O. G. 805. 

Kohler and Smith. Ex parte. 326 O. G. 895. 

Krank v. Phillippe. 321 O. G. 461. 

Krantz Mfg. Co., Inc., v. Metropolitan Electric Mfg. Co. 
318 O. G. 845. 

Krug V. Reichert. 319 O. G. 3. 

Landis Machine Company. In re. 327 O. G. 4. 

Larson r. Crowther. 329 O. G. 539. 

Lay & Way Co.. The, v. The Charles H. Scott Company. 
329 O. G. 530. 

Leber. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 783. 

Lee Mercantile Company, The H. D., v. Theo Weiss and 
Co., Inc. 318 O. G. 845. 

Lincoln Paint and Color Company v. The American Paint 
Works. 318 O. G. 3. 

Lipson & Adelson v. Flynn. 329 O. G. 536. 

Lombard v. Kendig. 329 O. G. 539. 

Lott V. Tucker and Reeves v. Peiler. 319 O. G. 473. 

Marsh. Ex parte. 322 O. G. 501. 

Maginley, Mme. V. V. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 264. 

Magnum Import Company, Inc., v. Coty. Cohn, trading 
as Maclen Import Company, v. Coty. Baum et al., 
trading as Beatox Company, v. Coty. Ivory Novelties 
Trading Company, Inc., v. Coty. Magnum Import Com- 
pany, Inc., V. Houbigant, Inc. 326 O. G. 243. 

Malocsay. In re. 328, O. G. 258. 

Maries v. Denyes. 327 O. G. 681. 

Marshall Company, C. S. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 528. 

Maryland Assurance Corporation v. Van Sant. 320 
O. G. 469. 

McLeod Tire Corporation v. B. F. Goodrich Co. 318 
O. G. 237. 

Morgan. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 783. 

Mt. Vernon Car. Mfg. Co. v. Pressed Steel Mfg. Co. et 
al. 321 O. G. 224. 

Myers. In re. 328 O. G. 254. 

Nafziger Baking Company v. Ward Bros. Co., Inc. 329 
O. G. 7!)9. 

Nashua Manufacturing Co. -!'. Cohen-Fein Co. 323 O. G. 3. 

National Cnsli Rcgi.stcr Co.. Tlie, v. National Paper 
Products Co. .•!22 O. G. 502 ; 329 O. G. 799. 

National Cigar Stands Co. v. Frishmuth Bro. & Co., Inc. 
324 O. G. 675. 

Orange Crush Company v. California Crushed Fruit Com- 
pany. 327 O. G. 687. 






DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1924. 



Panay Horizontal Show Jar Co. v. Arldor Co. 329 O. G. 807. 

Parker. In re. 319 O. G. 707. 

Pearsall. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 252. 

Percy v. Martin. 328 O. G. 530. 

Plough Chemical Company v. Bullion. 319 O. G. 4. 

Postum Cereal Co., Inc., v. California Fig Nut Co. 324 

O. G. 964. 
Prestonettes, Inc.. r. Coty. 326 O. G. 246. 
Prichard v. Setzler. Setzler v. Prichard. 321 O. G. 706. 
Pupin. In re. 328 O. G. 256. 
Putnam v. Michelin. 328 O. G. 253. 
Ragsdale v. Gathmann. 327 O. G. 444. 
Rich-SampHner Co. et al. v. Ensten. 323 O. G. 229. 
Rogers v. Willoughby and Lowell. 329 O. G. 266. 
Rosen and Fischel v. Terry. 325 O. G. 461. 
Ross & Co., Joseph, v. Wigder. 321 O. G. 464. 
Sa^Yye^ Biscuit Company v. Robert A. Johnston Co. 329 

O. G. 12. 
Schleit Mfg. Co., Inc., W. A., v. Syracuse Radiator Co., 

Inc., et al. 318 O. G. 238. 
Schwalbenherg v. Dowell. 322 O. G. 265. 
Scofield V. Rodman Chemical Co. 321 O. G. 226. 
Seeger v. Wilson. 329 O. G. 265. 
Shaffer. In re. 327 O. G. 688. 
Shaffer v. Neilson. 329 O. G. 5. 

Shakespeare Co. v. Creek Chub Bait Co. et al. 321 O. G. 463. 
Shelby Steel Tube Co. v. Standard Seamless Tube Co. 

318 O. G. 3. 
Shively. Ex parte. 328 O. G. 779. 
Smjthev v. Robertson, Commissioner of Patents. 325 

O. G. 6. 
Sobclman v. Freedman v. Morris. 328 O. G. 5. 
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). Ex parte. 328 

O. G. 785. 
Standard Parts Company, The, v. Peck. 325 O. G. 701. 
State Oil Company v. The Hickok Producing Company. 

329 O. G. 9. 



Stevens v. Harsel and Nail. 325 O. G. 219. 

Stone and Frost. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 7. 

Surbaugh et al. v. Hubbard & Co. 326 O. G. 895. 

Swain v. Booth. 319 O. G. 711. 

Sweetland. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 8. 

Takamine v. Kohman. 321 O. G. 953. 

Talcum Puff Co. v. E. Burnham, Inc. 322 O. G. 5. 

Thomson Spot Welder Company v. Ford Motor Company. 
328 O. G. 9. 

Thropp's Sons Company, John E., v. Seiberling. 327 
O. G. 441. 

Toledo Machine & Tool Co. v. E. W. Bliss Co. E. W. 
Bliss Co. V. Toledo Machine & Tool Co. 319 O. G. 476. 

Toledo Scale Company v. The Computing Scale Company. 
Fidelity & Deposit Company of Maryland and United 
States Fidelity and Guaranty Company v. The Com- 
puting Scale Company and Toledo Scale Company. 326 
O. G. 3. 

Tufford. In re. 328 O. G. 531. 

Universal Arch Co. v. American Arch Co. American Arch 
Co. V. Universal Arch Co. 321 O. G. 3. 

Universal Candy Co. v. A. G. Morse Co. 328 O. G. 7. 

Vidaver v. Sherman. 325 O. G. 221. 

Walker. Ex parte. 324 O. G. 481. 

Walrod. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 535. 

Ware. Ex parte. 327 O. G. 215. 

Wasserfallen. In re. 328 O. G. 7. 

Webster Electric Company v. Splitdorf Electrical Com- 
pany. 327 O. G. 219. 

Williams Evangeline Confection Co. v. V. R. S. Candy 
Stores. 320 O. G. 451. 

Winslow. Ex parte. 329 O. G. 800. 

Woodbridge, Samuel Homer, et al., executors of William 
E. Woodbridge, deceased, v. The United States. 327 
O. G. 683. 

Wright Company, A. E., v. The Sar-A-Lee Company. 328 
O. G. 787. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1924. 



NOTE. — Arranged in accordance with the first significant character or word of the name (in accordance with city 
and telephone directory practice). Indades patents, reissues, and desigms. 



Registrants of Trade-Marks, Trade-Mark Applicants, and Registrants of Labels and of Prints and parties who 
have filed Disclaimers follow this in separate indexes, but precede the Alphabetical List of Inventions. 



A-B Stove Company. (See Reedy, Alfred J., assignor.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Berge, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Champion, Albert, as- 
signor.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Champion, A., and 
Blackmore, assignors.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Ernser, F. H., and 
Vessey, assignors.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Rabezzana, Hector, as- 
signor.) 

A. F. Syndicate, The.' (See Mazza, Edoardo N., as- 
signor. ) ^ 

ARU Auxiliary Spring Company. (See GroS, Angus R., 
assignor.) 

A/S De Norske Saltverker. (See Bull, Henrik, assignor.) 

A/S Fjeldbor. (See Rasch, Ludvik, assignor.) 

A/S Kjolstads Gjodselspreder Karl Johansgt. (See Kjol- 
stad, Andreas, assignor.) 

A/S Myrens Verksted. (See Wahlstrom, Einar, assignor.) 

A c& W Electric Sign Company, The. (See Walser, 
Henry J., assignor.) 

A & Z Chain Co. (See Potter, James E., assignor.) 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Trolley- 
frog approach structure. 1,492,151 ; Apr. 29. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, I'a., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch. 
1,508,148 ; Sept. 9. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Snap 
switch. 1,519,2^9 : Dec. 16. 

Aalborg, Christian, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Circuit 
Interrupter. 1,497,424 ; June 10. 

Aalborg, Christian, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing -Company. Disk- 
type insulator. 1,513,206; Oct. 28. 

Aalborg, Christian, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Circuit 
interrupter. 1,519,230; Dec. 16. 

Aalgaard, Thorvald O., Ganddalen, assignor to C. Lar- 
sen, Stavanger, Norway. Means for polishing metals. 
1,498,642; June 24. 

Aaron, Solomon E., Boston, Mass. Boat-operating wind- 
lass. 1,514,755 ; Nov. 11. 

Aarons, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Lighting fixture. 
Des. 64,650; May 20. 

Aarsrud, .John, Chicago, 111. Wall form. 1,510,082; 
Sept. 30. 

Abfilsamo, Carlos L. T., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Scale. 
1,482,959; Feb. 5. 

Abandowitz, Cazu, New York, N. Y. Egg-shelling device. 
1,520,524; Dec. 23. 

Abate, Alphonso, et al. (See Landl, Michael, assignor.) 

Abbey, John L., Camanche, Iowa. Water motor. 
1,493,412; May 6. 

Abbey, Samuel C, assignor of one-third to E. Reilly and 
one-third to W. J. Reynolds, New York, N. Y. Indi- 
vidual frying pan. Des. 65,213 ; July 22. 

Abbot, Charles G., Washington, D. C, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Gyroscopic navigation instru- 
ment. 1,501,886 ; July 15. 

Abbott, Adrian O., jr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Morgan 
& Wright. Method and apparatus for marking tire 
flaps. 1,484,455; Feb. 19. 

Abbott, Adrian O., jr., assignor to Morgan & Wright, 
Detroit, Mich. Tire-shaping press. 1.491.020 ; Apr. 22. 

Abbott, Adrian O., jr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Mor- 
gan & Wright. Cutting machine. 1,497,765 ; June 17. 



Abbott, Adrian O., jr., assignor to Morgan &, Wright, 

Detroit, Mich. Method and apparatus for manufac- 
turing tire casings. 1,507,563 ; Sept. 9. 
Abbott, Adrian O., jr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Morgan 

& Wright. Flap-makinf machine. 1,518,287 ; Dec. 9. 
Abbott, Adrian O., jr., assignor to Morgan & Wright, 

Detroit, Mich. Process and apparatus for emptying 

vulcanizing bags. 1,518,238 ; Dec. 9. 
Abbott, Adrian O., jr., and C. J. Smith, Detroit, Mich., 

assignors to Morgan & Wright. Apparatus for sup- 
plying stock to tire builders. 1,491,282; Apr. 22. 
Abbott, Arthur P., Dexter, Me. Baling press. 1,493,946 ; 

May 13. 
Abbott, Arthur P., Dexter, Me. Burglar alarm. 1,505,760 ; 

Aug. 19. 
Abbott, Charles A., Springfield, Ohio. Jack. 1,519,893; 

Dec. 16. 
Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric heater. 1,494,936 ; May 20. 
Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric heating unit. 1,494,937 ; 

May 20. 
Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric heating unit. 1,494,938 ; 

May 20. 
Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric heater. 1,494,939 ; May 20. 
Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric heating unit. 1,494,940 ; 

May 20. 
Abbott, Charles P., Allston, Mass. Sanitary handle, 

knob, and the like. 1,491,780; Apr. 29. 
Abbott, Charles P., Allston, Mass. Sanitary seat for 

closets. 1,492,825; May 6. 
Abbott, Charles W., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Rome 

Wire Company, Rome, N. Y. Electrical conductor. 

1,520,680; Dec. 23. 
Abbott, Clarence B. (See Ball, E., and Abbott.) 
.Ibbott, Donald B., Auburn, Me. Moccasin. 1,480,978 ; 

Jan. 15. 
Abbott, Donald B., Auburn, Me. Moccasin. 1,484,285 : 

Feb. 19. 
Abbott, Earl, Fort Thomas, Ky. Vehicle headlight con- 
struction. 1,503,621 ; Aug. 5. 
Abbott, Franklin E., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Bethlehem Steel Company of New 

York, Inc. Base plate for rail joints. 1,499,324 ; 

July 1. 
Abbott, I<"red, Watts, Calif. Holding device. 1,506,147; 

Aug. 26. 
Abbott, John, et al., administrators. (See Preston, 

Albert F.) 
Abbott, John B., executor. (See Tyler, Aaron J.) 
Abbott. Joseph B., St. Louis, Mo. Wickless torch. 

1,497,311 ; June 10. 
Abbott Laboratories. (See Adams, R., Jenkins, and Vol- 

wiler, assignors.) 
Abbott, William F., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Equipment Devices Company. Trough 

protector. 1,508,149 ; Sept. 9. 
.4.bbott, William G., jr., Wilton, N. H. Constant-speed 

winder. 1.520,101 ; Dec. 23. 
Abbott, William J., et al. (See Remus, William F., as- 
signor.) 
Abel, Albert E., assignor to Valley Mould & Iron Corpo- 

raton, Sharpsvllle, Pa. Ingot mold. 1,515,320; 

Nov. 11. 
Abol, Henry B., Valley Stream, N. Y. Catalogue. 

1,495,831 ; Mnv 27. 
Abel, Joi?eph C, Brooklyn, N. Y., and V. Willoughby, 

Ridgewood. N. J., assignors to American Car and 

Founrlrv Company, St. Louis, Mo. Walk-over seat. 

1,488,659; Apr. 1. 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FltOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Abele. Henry E., Milwaukee, Wis. Control mecbanism. 
1,479,440; Jan. 1. 

Abeles, Jules, Rochester, N. Y. Camera attachment. 
1,482,339 ; Jan. 29. 

Abeil, Arthur H., New York, N. Y., and W. H. Fulton, 
Irvington, N. J., assignoi-s to Titeflex Metal Hose Cor- 
poration. Muffler. 1,496,509; June 3. 

Abell, Edward J.. Riley, Kans. Wire stretcher. 
1,485,999 ; Mar. 4. 

Aber, Samuel S., New York, N. Y. Vanity case. 
1,485,357; Mar. 4. 

Abercronibie, James S., Houston, Tex. Fishing tool. 
1,502,416; July 22. 

Abererombie, Newton L., Meridian, Miss. Boll-weevil-ex- 
terminating machine. 1,488,140 ; Mar. 25. 

Abernathy, Henrv B., Birmingham, Wash. Well-digging 
outfit. 1,495,544 ; May 27. 

Abilene Manufacturing Company. (See Rutherford, Mar- 
vin E., assignor.) 

Ablahadian, Eleeza, Glendale, Calif. Tost tube for clin- 
ical and bacteriological laboratories. 1,513,360 ; Oct. 28. 

Aborn, George P., Brookline, Mass., assignor to Worth- 
ington Pump and Machinery Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Feed-water-heating system. 1.503,082 ; July 29. 

Abraham, Charles E., Detroit, Mich. Rustproofing proc- 
ess and compound. 1,493,012: May 6. 

Abraham, Clinton D., deceased, Wilmington, Del. ; C. H. 
Ross, administrator. Impervious seamed article and 
making the same. 1,500,097 ; July 8. 

Abraham, Gabriel, New York, N. Y. Spring link belt. 
1.482,207; Jan. 29. 

Abraham, Gabriel, New York, N. Y. Spring buckle. 
1,482,208; Jan. 29. 

Abraham, Gabriel, New York, N. Y. Automatic grip- 
relief buckle. 1,482,209 ; Jan. 29. 

Abraham, George W^., Detroit, Mich. Paddle. 1,512,391 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Shingle machine. 1,482,776 ; 
Feb. 5. 

Abraham, Herbert, New Y^ork, N. Y., assignor to F. J. 
Kromenaker and G. AI. Kromenaker, Chicago, 111. 
Roofing. 1,494,789; May 20. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Unit shingle. 1,500,508 ; July 8. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Decorative roofing. 1,502,003 ; 
July 22. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Interlocking strip shingles. 
1,510,533 ; Oct. 7. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Interlocking shingles. 1,510,534 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Interlocking shingles. 1,510,535 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Abraham, Robert M., Westminster, London, England. 
Theodolite, spectroscoi)e, and the like. 1,494,565 ; 
May 20. 

Abraham, Robert M., Westminster, London, England. 
Theodolite, spectroscope, and the like. 1,502,223 ; 
July 22. 

Abraliams, Julius, Millbourne, Pa. Combined phonograjjh- 
record cleaner and needle holder. 1,487,131; Mar. 18. 

Abrahams, Max, New York, N. Y. Acoustic horn. 
1,501,032 : July 15. 

Abrahams, Simon, New York, N. Y. Fuel-feeding device. 
1,492,550; May 6. 

Abram, Edmund W., London, England. Plate or saucer. 
1,488,462 ; Apr. 1. 

Abram, Edmund W., London, England. Combination 
table utensil. 1,488,463 ; Apr. 1. 

Abrnmovitz, Hyman L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Tap for fluid 
containers. 1.483,964 ; Feb. 19. 

Abraras, Herbert T. (See Bayles, L. C, and Ahrams.) 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Wall plate for light- 
ing fixtures. Des. 66.053 ; Nov. 25. 

Abraras, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Arm for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 66,054 : Nov. 25. 

Abraras, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Ceiling plate for light- 
ing fixtures. Des. 66.055 ; Nov. 25. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Arm for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 66,056 ; Nov. 25. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Column for lighting 
fixtures. Des. 66,057 ; Nov. 25. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Rending, Pa. Column for lighting 
fixtures. DCS. 66.058; Nov. 25. 

Abrams, John M., and J. P. Maher, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ball 
batter. 1,492,343; Apr. 29. 

Abrasive Company. (See Brockbank, Clarence J., as- 
signor.) 

Abrego, Evaristo, San Antonio, Tex. Alotor head. 
1,517,330 ; Dec. 2. 

Abrell, Richard T. (See Burns, H. L., and Abrell.) 

Abrco, Albert F. (See Robinson, E., and Abreo.) 



Abt, Stephen J., New Haven, Conn. Automatic setting 
device for phonographs. 1,517,690 ; Dec. 2. 

Abzug, Nathan. (See Silberhartz, J., and Abzug.l 

Acadia Mills. (See Bower, C. R., and Fitzpatrick, as- 
signors.) 

Accessories Manufacturing Company. (See Bramming, 
Carl, assignor.) 

Accetta, Antonio F., West Dover, Ohio. Burglarproof at- 
tachment for locks. 1,485,207 ; Feb. 26. 

Accounting Devices Company. (See Lloyd, A. J., and 
Olsen, assignors.) 

.Accounting Devices Company. (See Olsen, George A., 
assignor.) 

.Vchart, Marcel, Paris, France. Supporting device for 
the heels of footwear. 1.508,208 ; Sept. 9. 

Acher, Albert H., Lake Forest, 111. Adjustable mold form 
for concrete beams. 1,502,323 ; July 22. 

Acheson Corporation. (See Acheson, George W., as- 
signor.) 

Acheson, George W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Acheson 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Rubber composition 
and making same. 1,482.340 ; Jan. 29. 

Acheson, Thomas F. (See Parker, Fred J., assignor.) 

Achterkirch. William C, Ogilvie, and E. B. Marsh, Anoka, 
Minn. Bulletin board. 1.521.167 ; Dec. 30. 

4cken, Thomas L. (See Eckrode, C. E., Acken, and 
Weiland.) 

Acker. Aaron, assignor to The Newell Mfg. Co. Inc., 
Ogdenshurg, N. Y. Curtain-rod bracket. Des. 65,988 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Acker. Aaron, assignor to The Newell Mfg. Co. Inc., 
Ogdensburg, N. Y. Curtain-rod bracket. Des. 65,989 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Acker, Aaron, assignor to The Newell Mfg. Co. Inc., Og- 
densburg, N. Y. Single and double flat-curtain- rod 
bracket. 1,485,581 ; Mar. 4. 

Acker. Albert J., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to Manning, 
Maxwell & Moore, Inc., New York, N. Y. Electric 
controller. 1,497,827 ; June 17. 

Acker, Irvin D., administrator. (See Acker, Julius J.) 

Acker. Julius J., deceased, Chicago, HI. ; I. D. Acker ad- 
ministrator. Car roof. 1,489,337 ; Apr. 8. 

Ackerman, Edward. New York, N. Y. Vehicle curtain. 
1,503,101 : Uuly 29. 

.\ckerman, Edward C, Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic 
poultry fountain. 1,497,256 ; June 10. 

Ackerman. Frank. St. Louis, assignor to Curtis & Com- 
pany Manufacturing Company, Wellston, Mo. Auto- 
matic belt tightener. 1,513,473 ; Oct. 28. 

Ackerman, Robert J., assignor to Hudson Manufacturing 
Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Show stall for cattle. 
1,485,356 ; Mar. 4. 

Ackerman, Walter L., Hollywood, assignor of one-half 
to Yale Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Producing 
stage effects. 1,482,831 ; Feb. 5. 

Ackerman, William, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Company. Typographical machine. 
1,520,270; Dec. 23. 

Ackcrmaun, Frank. (See Gould H., Ackermann, and 
Geering. ) 

Ackerson, Charles W., Westervllle, Ohio. Traffic signal. 
1.498,043: June 24. 

Acklcy. Amos, Camden, N. J. Adjustable sheet guide 
for printing presses. 1.516,901 ; Nov. 25. 

Ackroyd. John H., Bridgeport, Conn. Device for regulat- 
ing the supply of fuel for gas burners. 1,503,461 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Acme Artificial Silk Company, The. (See Huttinger, 
Charles A., assignor.) 

Acme Brick Company. (See Goen, Bob, assignor.) 

Acme Card System Company. (See Elder, William C, as- 
signor.) 

Actffe Card System Company. (See Powell, Frank D., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Cushion Wheel Company. (See Cornfield, Noah, 
assignor.) 

Acme Electric Heating Company. (See Price, Harry, 
assignor.) 

.4cme Fishing Tool Company. (See Keevcr, Joseph W., 
as.signor.) 

Acme Knitting Machine & Needle Company. (See SI- 
mond, Walter A., assignor.) 

Acme Macliinery Company, The. (See Russell, George 
W., assignor.) 

.\crao Road Machinery Company. (See Cordier, Harry 
G., assignor.) 

Acme Shear Company, The. (See Conway, John J., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Goods Company. ( See MacChesney, Chester 
M., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Goods Company. (See Norton, R. H., and 
Fork, assignors.) 

Acme White Lead and Color Works. (See Schumacher, 
John W., assignor.) 

Acme Wire Company, The. (See Underbill, Charles R., 
assignor.) 

Acorn Wire & Iron Works. (See Kitzclman, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Acosta, Juan R., Mexico, Mexico. Direction Indicator. 

1,497,286: June 10. 
Acre, Ray E. (See Andrews, B. F., and Acre.) 
Acres, Chris M. (See Holliday, J. F., and Acres.) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Becker, 

O., and Ollendorff, assignors.) 
Actien GeselJschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Herz- 

berg, W., and Scharfenberg, assignors.) 
Actien Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Lange, 

W., and Neumann, assignors.) 
Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See On- 

nertz, P., and Peters, assignors.) 
Actien-Gesellscbaft Weser. (See Miiller, Hcinricb, as- 
signor.) 
Active Folding Box Co. (See Bashwiner, Charles, as- 
signor.) 
Adair, Thomas D., jr., Dorchester, assignor to Standard 

Thermometer Company, Roxbury, Mass. Odometer. 

1,500,979 ; July 8. 
Adair, Thomas D., jr., Dorchester, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to L. L. Elden and D. S. Boyden, Brookline, 

Mass. Overload-indicating apparatus for transformers. 

1,521,144 ; Dec. 30. 
Ada.ir, Thomas D., jr., Dorchester, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to L. L. Elden, Brookline, and D. S. 

Boyden, Boston, Mass. Overload-indicating apparatus 

for transformers. 1,521,145 ; Dec. 30. 
Adam, Harry C, St. Louis, Mo. Lighting-fixture urn. 

Des. 60.220; Dec. 16. 
Adamac, Frank, Laurelton, assignor to R. Felix, New 

York, N. y. Base for lamps or the like. Des. 65,317 ; 

July 29. 
Adamac, Frank, Laurelton, assignor to R. Felix, doing 

business as The Ovalite Company, New York, N. Y. 

Lighting-fixture bracket. Des. 65,890 ; Nov. 4. 
Adaniich, Joseph, San Francisco, Calif. Safety holder. 

1,516,035 ; Nov. 18. 
Adams, Albert, Macon, Ga., assignor to Schuster-Adams 

Chemical Company. Galvanic element. 1,486,069 ; 

Mar. 4. 
Adams, Arthur H., Sparkill, N. Y. Electromagnetic 

braiding machine. 1,491,839; Apr. 29. 
Adams, Arthur H., Galion, Ohio, assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing a balanced telephone exchange. 1,504,301 ; 

Aug. 12. 
Adams, Arthur H., Lakeville, Conn., assignor to The 

North Electric Manufacturing Company, Galion, Ohio. 

Restoring means for automatic switches. 1,519,343 ; 

Dec. 16. 
Adams, Arthur J., Heywood, near Westbury, England. 

Means for starting internal-combustion engines. 

1,520,552; Dec. 23. 
Adams, Arthur J., assignor to The Fulton Company, Bay 

City, Mich. Metal wheel and making the same. 

1,512,568 ; Oct. 21. 
Adams Bag Company, The. (See Trundle, G. T., Jr., and 

Carlson, assignors.) 

Adams, Benjamin H., Stephens, Ark., assignor of one- 
half to J. H. Smith, Haynesville, La. Oil burner. 
1,516,691 ; Nov. 25. 

Adams, Bevely L., and L. W. Cooper, Athens, Ga. Back- 
bnnd-hook fastener. 1,493,587; May 13. 

Adams, Charles, jr., Weehawken, N. .T., assignor of one- 
half to S. F. Weston, New York, N. Y. Fusible link. 
1,508,376; Sept. 16. 

Adams, Charles, jr., and W. A., Weehawken, N. J. 
Spark plug. 1,479.575; Jan. 1. 

Adams, Charles D., St. Augustine, Fla. Divided-hull ves- 
sel. 1,486,620; Mar. 11. 

Adams, Charles F., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to Hamel 
Shoe Machinery Company. Last clasp for lasting ma- 
chines and method of making it. 1,516,485 ; Nov. 25. 

Adams, Charles W., assignor to The United States Graphite 
Company, Saginaw, Mich. Connection for carbon 
brushes and the like. 1,485,942 ; Mar. 4. 

Adams, Clarence F. (See Corbett, M. Q., Huffman, and 
Adams.) 

Adams, Clarence F., Dayton, Ohio. Gas-cylinder valve. 
1,513,020; Oct. 28. 

Adams, Clyde W., Elmhurst, N. Y. Timer for gas en- 
gines. 1.514,596 ; Nov. 11. 

Adams, David, Sharon, Pa., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to National Malleable and Steel Castings Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Chain link. 1,513,729 ; Nov. 4. 

Adams, Donald R., Anchorage, Alaska. Perpetual cal- 
endar. 1,500,913 ; July 8. 

Adams, Donald W. (See Ludlow, G. H., and Adams.) 

Adams, Edwin B., Marion, assignor to D. C. Jenkins Glass 
Company, Kokomo, Ind. Bowl or similar article. Des. 
64,947; June 24. 

Adams, Edwin B., Marion, assignor to D. C. Jenkins 
Glass Company. Kokomo, Ind. Tumbler or similar 
article. Des. 05,041 ; July 1. 

Adams, Frank A. (See Main, A. F., and Adams.) 

Adams, Frank B., Lower Bebington, England. Opening 
means of or for sheet-metal boxes. 1,513,525 ; Oct. 28. 

Adams, George C, assignor of one-fourth to J. M. Pur- 
cell and one -fourth to R. A. Moore, Mochanicville, 
N. Y. Brick machine. 1,504,30;^; Aug. 12. 

Adams, Goorgo R., IIilIsl)oro, Tox. Boring machine. 
1.514,072; Nov. 4. 

Adams, George W.. San Antonio, Tex. Concrete mixer. 
1,490.9.T2 : Apr. 22. 

Adams. Gideon S., Palermo, N. .T. Resilient vehicle tire. 
1,516,318; Nov. 18. 



Adams, Harold S., Naugatuck, Conn., assignor to The 
Naugatuck Chemical Company. Makin? thiocarbonic- 
acid disulphide. 1,491,021 ; Apr. 22. 

Adams, Harry A., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
Winner Laboratories, Inc. Tape-dispensing device. 
1,519,998; Dec. 23. 

Adams, Henry K., Nashville, Tenn. Lead-control mecha- 
nism for engines. 1,515,133 ; Nov. 11. " 

Adams, Henry L., Hoosick, N. Y. Tire carrier. 
1,519,894; Dec. 16. 

Adams, Hugh R. (See Stattmann, Walter A., assignor.) 

-Adams, Hugh R., et al. (See Stattmann, Walter A., as- 
signor.) 

-Vdams, J. D., and Co. (See Adams, Joseph D. and R. E., 
assignors.) 

Adams, James A., Waltham, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 
64,620 ; May 13. 

Adams, James A., assignor to The Boston Manufacturing 
Company, Waltliam, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 
64,788 ; June 3. 

Adams, .lames A., assignor to The Boston Manufactur- 
ing Company, 1901, Waltham, Mass. Loom. 
1,486,272; Mar. 11. 

Adams, James B., Cheat Neck, W. Va. Vending ma- 
chine. 1,508,209 ; Sept. 9. 

Adams, James C, McCoU, S. C. Sawmill-dog handling 
and operating mechanism. 1,500,914 ; July 8. 

Adams, James D., Belle Vernon, Pa. Making furnace 
covers, roofs, etc. 1,492,059 ; Apr. 29. 

Adams. James E.. Memphis, Tenn. Shoe shiner. 
1,517,141 ; Nov. 25. 

Adams, James L., jr., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric and Manufacturing Comijany. Auto- 
mobile switch. 1,487,002 ; Mar. 18. 

Adams, James L., jr., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to West- 
Inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Auto- 
mobile switch. 1,487,003; Mar. 18. 

Adams, James L., jr., assignor to A. O. Smith Corpora- 
tion, Milwaukee, Wis. Periodically-varying-frequency 
motor-generator set. 1,495,236; May 27. 

-Adams, Jean B., Inglewood, Calif. Badge or similar 
article. Des. 66,254 ; Dec. 23. 

Adams, Joel IT.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Steel for corsets or 
belts. 1,488,305 ; Mar. 25. 

Adams, John, New York, N. Y. Clothesline. 1,481,077 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Adams, John B., Loxley, Ala. Gate. 1,520,318 ; Dec. 23. 

Adams, John L., San Diego, Calif. Repair unit for elec- 
tric lamps. 1,514.413 ; Nov. 4. 

-Adams, John Q., Columbus, Ohio. Sign holder and dis- 
play rack. 1,505,761; Aug. 19. 

Adams, Joseph D. and R. E., Indianapolis, Ind., assign- 
ors to J. D. Adams and Co. Ditch-forming grader. 
1,507,552 ; Sept. 2. 

Adams, Joseph H., Flatbush, N. Y., assignor to The 
Texas Company, Houston, Tex. Conversion and trans- 
formation of liquids, fluids, and oils. 1,506,877 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Adams, Joseph H., Flatbush, N. Y., assignor to The 
Texas Company, Houston, Tex. Apparatus for the 
conversion and transformation of liquids, fluids, and 
oils. 1,506,878; Sept. 2. 

Adams, Julius F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Gas heater. Des. 
63.675 ; Jan. 1. 

Adams, Julius F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric heater. 
Des. 63.863 ; Feb. 5. 

Adams, Julius F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Andirons. Des. 
64,331 ; Apr. 1. 

Adams, Leslie M., Seattle, Wash. Continuous-flow water 
heater. 1,494,326 ; May 20. 

Adams, Leslie M., Seattle, Wash. Electric heating de- 
vice. 1.514,813 : Nov. 11. 

Adams, Merritt H., Philadelphia, Pa. Liquid-level in- 
dicator. l,489,0ol ; Apr. 1. 

Adams, Morton L., Anchorage, Alaska. Belt-fastening 
hook. 1,482,282 ; .Tan. 29. 

Adams Motors Corporation. (See Adams, Walter L., as- 
signor.) 

Adams, Philip F., Los Angeles, Calif. Record holder and 
ejector. 1,500,539 ; July 8. 

Adams, Raleigh B., Newton, assignor to Stowe & Wood- 
ward Company, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Device 
for testing hardness. 1,483,565 ; Feb. 12. 

.\dams, Ralph, Portland, Oreg. Screen-cleaning device 
for spark arresters. 1,498,0,61; June 17. 

Adams, Ralph, Portland, Oreg. Spark arrester. 
1,499,437 ; July 1. 

Adams, Ralph G., Fullerton, Calif. Lubrlcating-oil dis- 
penser. 1,480,849; Jan. 15. 

Adams, Robert C, Lincoln, England. Duplicating appa- 
ratus. 1,487,42;^; Mar. IS. 

Adams, Robert E., Ilarrisburg, Pa. Combination bag- 
gage. 1.510,815: Oct. 7. 

Adams, Robert L., Los Angeles, assignor to (Mrs,) M, J. 
Bcebe, San Koniardino, Calif. Combination rack and 
bed. 1,487,084; Mar. 18 

Adams, Roger, and J. U. Johnson, Urbnna, 111. Com- 
lionnd having a trypanocidal action. 1,501,804; 
July 22. 

Adams, Roger, R. I^. Jenkins, Urbana, and E. H. Vol- 
wilcr. assignors to -Albott lyiibor.ntories, Chicago, 111. 
An8?sthetic compound. 1,513,730 ; Nov. 4. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FRO^ THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Adams, Rose, Tacoma, Wash., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Meets-A-Need Manufacturing Co. Flour 
sifter. 1,488,306 ; Mar. 25. 

Adams, Roy E. (See Adams, Joseph D. and R. E.) 

Adams, Roy W., New Britain. Conn. l-'igurebead. 
1.511,044 ; Oct. 7. 

Adams, Soren S., Asbury Parli, N. J. Fishhook. 
1,490,251; Apr. 15. 

Adams, Stephen S. (See Pflanze, Charles F., assignor.) 

Adams, Thomas H. (See Kitchell, .Toseph, assignor.) 

Adams, Thomas O. (See Wise, W. J., and Adams.) 

Adams, Walter A. (See Adams, Charles, jr., and W. A.) 

Adams, Walter L. (See Ptiueger, C. T., and Adams.) 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to The Enterprise Manufac- 
turing Company, Akron, Ohio. Automatic fishing reel. 
1,496,195; June 3. 

Adams, Walter L,., assignor to Adams Motors Corpora- 
tion, New Haven, Conn. Suspension for automobiles. 
1,515,716 : Nov. 18. 

Adams, Walter S., et al. (See Garrett, Myers A., as- 
signor.) 

Adams, Walter W., Fort Wayne, Ind. Aligning jig for 
piston and connecting rod assemblage. 1,513,951 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Adams, Wilber E., Detroit, Mich. Auxiliary air inlet for 
internal-combustion engines. 1,486,219; Mar. 11. 

Adam.s. William C, Attleboro, Mass. Knitting machine. 
1.518.3T.S : Dec. 9. 

Adams, William E., and C. B. Hall, Tulsa, Okla. Appa- 
ratus for separating the gas, oil, and water from oil 
wells. 1,509,820; Sept. 30. 

Adams, William P., Santa Monica, Calif. Automobile 
bumper. 1,485,326 ; Feb. 26. 

Adams, William G., Roanoke, Va. Safety razor. 
1,489,102 ; Apr. 1. 

Adams, William G., Roanoke, Va. Safety razor. 
1,492,233; Apr. 29. 

Adams, William H., assignor to Eastern Finishing Works, 
Incorporated, Kenyon, R. I. Textile fabric or article 
of similar nature. Des. 63,864 ; Feb. 5. 

Adamson, Frank, et al. (See Curry, T. W., and God- 
frey, assignors.) 

Adamson, Keith F., Cleveland, Ohio. Gun barrel. 
1,494,524; May 20. 

Adamson, Reese, Birmingham, Ala. Railway locomotive. 
1,492,915; May 6. 

Adamson, Reese, and E. T. Beattv, Birmingham, Ala. 
Railway locomotive. 1.492,914 ; May 6. 

Adamson, Veletta, Pocatello, Idaho. Vehicle direction in- 
dicator. 1,506,353 ; Aug. 26. 

Adamy, Frank D., Bellwood, Nebr. Power-driven colter. 
1,520,741; Dec. 30. 

Adapti Company, The. (See Boyton, John C, assignor.) 

Adcock, Wiley L., et al. (See Perry, William G., as- 
signor.) 

Add-Index Corporation. (See Broman, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Addis, William R., Uledi, Pa. Movable headlight. 
1,490,060; Apr. 8. 

Addison. Phil. (See Adelson, Samuel L., assignor.) 

Addograph Company. (See Crawley, Mansfield C. as- 
signor.) 

Addressograph Company. (See Duncan, Joseph S., as- 
signor.) 

Addressograph Comipany. (See Duncan, J. S., and Lee, 
assignors.) 

Adelhofer. Leopold. (See Popper, A., and Adelhofer.) 

Adell, John A., Orange, Mass., assignor to Adell Manu- 
facturing Company. Handle for jacks or the like. 
1,498,602; June 24. 

Adell Manufacturing Company. (See Adell, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Adelman, Charles H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Dental tool. 
1,494,327; May 20. 

Adelmann, Albroclit, New Tork, N. Y. Bow-facing oar- 
lock. 1,495,028 ; May 27. 

Adelmann, Albrecht, New Tork, N. Y. Combination 
tool. 1.515.820; Nov. 18. 

Adelmann, Hans. (See Rodrian, Richard, assignor.) 

Adelmann, Hans, assignor to Ham Boiler Corporation, 
New York. N. Y. Ham boiler. 1.4.^9,969; Apr. 8. 

Adelmann, Hans, assignor to Ham Boiler Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Corned-beef cooker. 1,497,885 : 
June 17. 

Adelson, Samuel L., New York, assignor of one-half to 
I*. Addison, Rockaway Beach, N. Y. Amusement device. 
1,.")05.992; Aug. 26. 

Aden, Perry M., Valley Park, Miss. Detachable rim 
1,507,564 ; Sept. 9. 

Adorer. Hugo, East Orange, N. J. Dental clasp. 
1,507,947: Sept. 9. 

Aderer, Hugo, East Orange, N. J., assignor to ,T. F. 
.Telenko & Co., New York, N. Y. Dental clasp. 
1,493,720; May 13. 

Adorer, lingo, East Orange, N. J., assignor to J. F. 
Jelcnko & Co., New York, N. Y. Dental clasp. 
1,511,096; Oct. 7. 
Adorer, Jnlins, New York, N. Y. Orthodontic appliance. 
1,487,698; Mar. 25. 

Adort, Leopold, Berlin, (Jormany. Alternating-current 

motor. 1,519,098; Dec. 16. 
Adjusta Company, The. (Soc Hlrsh, Fred, assignor.) 



Adkins, Benjamin R., Upper Warlingham, and W. Y. 
Lewis, Southend-on-Sea, England. Conveying appa- 
ratus. 1,506,961 ; Sept. 2. 

Adkins, Benjamin R., Upper Warlingham, and W. Y. 
Lewis. Southend-on-Sea, England. Conveying appara- 
tus. 1,511,011 ; Oct. 7. 

Adkins, Benjamin R., Upper Warlingham, and W. Y. 
Lewis, Soutbend-on-Sea, England. Automatic door-op- 
erating mechanism. 1.511,012 ; Oct. 7. 

Adkins, Benjamin R., Upper WarUngham, and W. Y. 
Lewis, Southend-on-Sea, England. Supporting shaft- 
ing. 1,512,872 ; Oct. 21. 

Adkins, Marion W., Kansas City, Mo. Airship. 
1,502,084 ; July 22. 

Adkins, Nellie G., St. Marys, W. Va. Medicinal vapor- 
izer. 1,519,713 ; Dec. 16. 

Adkins, Robbie L., assignor of one-half to J. W. Hopkins, 
Omaha. Nebr. Flowerpot stand. Des. 65,792 ; Oct. 21. 

Adland, Victor E., Chicago, 111. Rotatable conveying 
truck. 1,484,615 ; Feb. 26. 

Adland, Victor E., Chicago, 111. Waste-preventing chute 
for centrifugal extractors. 1,516,131 ; Nov. 18. 

Adler, Bruno, Dresden, Germanv. Purifier for liquid 
fuels. 1,-505,523; Aug. 19. 

Adlor Eugiaeering Company. (See Cohen, Milton, as- 
signor. ) 

Adler, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety window chair. 
1,492.948 ; May 6. 

Adler, John A., North Milwaukee, Wis. Rear light, li- 
cense plate, and holder therefor. 1,510,026 ; Sept. 30. 

Adler, Leon. (See Berlin, H., and Adler.) 

Adler, Milton D., New York, N. Y. Coin receptacle. 
1,486,621; Mar. 11. 

Adler, Milton M., Newark, N. J. Pyrotechnlcal device. 
1,503,740; Aug. 5. 

Adler, Willy, et al. (See Seyferle, Gustav, assignor.) 

Adreon, Robert E., St. Louis, Mo., and C. P. Cass, Berkeley, 
Calif., assignors to The American Brake Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Slack adjuster. 1,505,937 ; Aug. 26. 

Adreon, Robert E., St. Louis, Mo., and C. P. Cass, Berke- 
ley, Calif., assignors to The American Brake Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Slack adjuster. 1,505,938; Aug. 26. 

Adsit, Charles G. (See Bennett, C. E., and Adsit.) 

Adsit, Charles W., Owatonna, Minn. Snowplow. 
1,492,771; May 6. 

Advance Automobile Accessories Corporation. (See Cory, 
H., and Gray, assignors.) 

Advance Automobile Accessories Corporation. (See Gray, 
Orrin D., assignor.) 

Advance Car Specialty Manufacturing Company. (See 
Murray, P. J., and Clark, assignors.) 

Advance Furnace & Engineering Company. (See Kunitz, 
Hannibal A., assignor.) 

Advance Products Corporation. (See Lippert, A. C, 
and Sinko, assignors.) 

Advance-Rumely Company. (See Secor, John A., assignor.) 

Advent, Stanley, Detroit, Mich. Life-saving fender for 
vehicles. 1,509,991 ; Sept. 30. 

Aebi, Albert, and F. Jeantet, Geneva, Switzerland. Pinch 
support for garments (woven or knitted goods). 
1,509,461 ; Sept. 23. 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Dickinson, Joseph H., 
assignor.) 

.\eolian Company, The. (See Head, Robert, assignor.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See MlUington, William, as- 
signor.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Nicholson, Ernest G., as- 
signor.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Warner, Sterling W., as- 
signor.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Zaiser, William, assignor.) 

Aeolian Company Limited, The. (See Draper, j. il.. 
and Palmer, assignors.) *. 

.\ermotor Company. (See Scholos, Daniel R., assignor.) 

Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company. (See Chilton, 
Roland, assignor.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Chilton, B., 
and King, assignors.) 

.ieromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Hayes, 
Frank A., assignor.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See King, A. H., 
and Young, assignors.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Co. (See Robinson, Hugh 
A., assignor.) 

.Veromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Ryder, Earle 
A., assignor.) 

.\oschbach, Friedricli, Aarau. Switzerland. Machine fo» 
making confectionery. 1,490,550 ; Apr. 15. 

-Votna Life Insurance Company, The. (See Roth, E., and 
Elzy, assignors.) 

.\etna Machine & Mfg. Co. (See Langlykke, Peter I., 
assignor.) 

.\fco Utilities Co. (See Devendorf, La Motte K.. as- 
signor.) 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Repeater for mul- 
tlolex systems. 1.481,817; Jan. 29. 

-MTol, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. System of 
communication with moving vehicles. 1,499,438 ; July 1. 



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9 



Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegrapli Company. Method of and 
means for reducing static disturbances. 1,504,303 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Multiplex trans- 
mission channel. 1,504,535 ; Aug. 12. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Equalization of 
carrier transmissions. 1,511,013 ; Oct. 7. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Transmission reg- 
ulation. 1,511,014 ; Oct. 7. 

AfCel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Transmission reg- 
ulation. 1,511,015; Oct. 7. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Half-duplex 
Morse carrier system. 1,513,441 ; Oct. 28. 

Affelder, Harry P., Cleveland, Ohio. Cutting machine. 
1,485,546 ; Mar. 4. 

Aftergut, Max, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Piston pump 
and sprayer bottle. 1,517,932 ; Dec. 2. 

Agar, Calvin A., West Orange, N. J. Bos liner. 1,481,333 ; 
Jan. 22. 

Agar, Thomas K., Sheffield, Mass. Ice harvester. 1,504,594 
Aug. 12. 

Agasote Millboard Co. (Cormie, John, assignor.) 

Agasote Millboard Co., The. (See Becher, Hubert L., as- 
signor.) 

Agasote Millboard Co., The. (See Sutherland, Daniel M., 
jr., assignor.) 

Agatstein, Charles, and L. Silver, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Game board or table. 1,494,566; May 20. 

Agee, William P., jr., Hope, Ark. Game apparatus. 
1,480,360; Jan. 8. 

Agee, William P., jr., Hope, Ark. Bale tie. 1,490,527 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Agell, John, assignor to Alladin Toy Company, Inc., 
New Y'ork, N. Y. Toy horse. Des. 65,717 ; Oct. 7. 

Agerup, John, London, England. Device for coating pul- 
leys with composition. 1,509,278 ; Sept. 23. 

Aggers, Samuel A., Denver, Colo. Hook. 1,502,706 ; 
July 29. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, assignor to Artcraft Metal 
Stamping Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Arm for light- 
ing fixtures. Des. 64,488-9; Apr. 22. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, assignor to Artcraft Metal 
Stamping Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Chandelier. 
Des. 64,490; Apr. 22. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Backplate for lighting 
fixtures. Des. 64,621 ; May 13. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcrart 
Metal Stamping Coi^oration. Lighting-fixture bracket 
or similar article. Des. 64,651 ; May 20. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Lighting-fixture part. 
Des. 66,059; Nov. 25. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Arm for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 66,174 ; Dec. 9. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Lighting-fixture part. 
Dps. 66,173 : Dec. 9. 

Agnichek, Frauck, assignor of one-fourlii to F. Krasel, 
one-fourth to J. Bosch, and one-fourth to L. I. Gott- 
lieb, Chicago, 111. Car wheel. 1,507,267 ; Sept. 2. 

Agricola, Herman A., jr., assignor of one-fourth to J. E. 
Lane, and twenty-four per cent to H. Y. Garrett, At- 
lanta, Ga. Printing-press attachment. 1,481,495 ; 
Jan. 22. 

Agricola, Herman A., jr., assignor of forty-nine per cent 
to J. E. Lane. Atlanta, Ga. Attachment for printing 
presses. 1,503,222 ; July 29. 

Aguilar, Sebastian, Pueblo, Colo. Climbing device. 
1,519,748; Dec. 16. 

Ahl, Henry B., and C. P. Mavrelis, Sheffield, Pa. Lens. 
1,494,205 ; May 13. 

Ahlbell Battery Container Corporation. (See Ahlgren, 
John M., assignor.) 

Ahlbell Battery Container Corporation. (See Bello, M., 
and Bretson, assignors.) 

Ahlen, John, Fargo, N. Dak. Plane attachment. 
1,507,722 ; Sept. 9. 

Ahlers, David E. (See Huth, L. R., and Ahlers.) 

Ahlers, John H., Pender, Nebr. Attachment for mixing 
chambers. 1,484,247 ; Feb. 19. 

Ahlers, Robert II., assignor to The Dayton Engineering 
Laboratories Company, Davton, Ohio. Armature-con- 
structing fixture. I,501,r>i0: July 15. 

Ahlfors, John A., assignor to The Knight Manufacturing 
Company, Cnnton, Ohio. Tire-building machine. 
1,484.450; Feb. 19. 
Ahlgren, John. (Sec Johnson, F. A., and Ahlgren.) 

Ahlgren, John M., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Aliibell 
Battery Container Coriiorntion, Waukegan, 111. Manu- 
facturing containers. 1,485,061 ; Feb. 20. 
Ahlgren, John M., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Ahlbell 
Battery Container Corporalion, Wiuikegan, 111, Con- 
tainer. 1,487,424 ; Mar. 18. 



Ahlgren, John M., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Ahlbell 
Battery Container Corporation, Chicago, 111. Battery 
container. 1,497,531 ; June 10. 

Ahlin, John G., and L. D. Pentecost, assignors to Cromp- 
ton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Warp 
stop motion for looms. 1,496,361 ; June 3. 

Ahlm, Charles E. F., Cleveland Heights, assignor of one- 
half to W. A. Neracher, Warren, and one-half to A. 
Fritzsche, Cleveland, Ohio. Controlling system for 
electromagnetic transmission mechanism. 1,515,322 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Ahlm, Charles E. F., Cleveland Heights, and II. Y. Hall, 
Cleveland, assignors of one-half to W. A. Neracher, 
Warren, and one-half to A. Fritzsche, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Electromagnetic transmission mechanism. 1,515,321 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Ahlum, Charles C, Chester, Pa., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Filter 
press and filter plate therefor. 1,498,313 ; June 17. 

Aho, Arnie J. (See Aho, Leander and A. J.) 

Aho, Leander, Twecoma, and A. J. Aho, Princeton, Mich. 
Joint lock for rails. 1,485,582 ; Mar. 4. 

Ahola, Charles, Detroit, Mich. Package lifter. 1,490,551 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Ahrendts, Ashton O. C, assignor to The Atlas China 
Company, Niles, Ohio. Decalcomania sheet. Des. 
65,428; Aug. 19. 

Ahrn, John S., New York, N. Y. Incense burner. Des. 
64,383; Apr. 8. 

Ahrn, John S., New York, N. Y. Incense burner. Des. 
64,384 ; Apr. 8. 

Aichele, Gottlob, Nellingen, near Esslingen, Germany. 
Type-bar ball bearing. 1,508,908 ; Sept. 16. 

Aichele, Gottlob, Nellingen, near Esslingen, Germany. 
Escapement mechanism. 1,508,909 ; Sept. 16. 

Aichele, Gottlob, Nellingen, near Esslingen, Germany. 
Shift mechanism for typewriting machines. 1,508,910; 
Sept. 16. 

Aichele, Gottlob, Nellingen, near Esslingen, Germany. 
Column-stop mechanism of typewriting machines. 
1,508,911 ; Sept. 16. 

Aicher, Gustav A., assignor of one-half to Droll Patent 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Mattress-beating 
machine. 1,481,972 ; Jan. 29. 

Aiken, Andrew J-, jr., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for 
producing seamless tubes. 1,497,467 ; June 10. 

Aiken, Hazel R., Hickory, N. C. Artificial bait. 
1,495,832 : May 27. 

Aiken, Thomas M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Safe. 1,493,947; 
May 13. 

Aikens, Thomas N. (See Arnt, H. P., and Aikens.) 

Aikens, Thomas N., assignor of one-half to D. D. Walker, 
Lakewood, Ohio. Die. 1,497,006 ; June 10. 

Aikens, Thomas N., assignor of one-half to D. D. Walker, 
Lakewood, Ohio. Making tubular sheet-metal spokes for 
wheels. 1,498,771 ; June 24. 

Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Elec- 
tric Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Motor-controlling de- 
vice. 1,483,064; Feb. 12. 

Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Electric 
Companv, Milwaukee, Wis. Pumping system. 

1,518,890 ; Dec. 9. 

Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Electric 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Unloader and cut-off valve. 
1,496,510 ; June 3. 

Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Electric 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Switch mechanism for 
electric motors. 1,498,714 ; June 24. 

Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Elec- 
tric Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Control system for 
compressors and the like. 1,510,169 ; Sept. 30. 

Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Elec- 
tric Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Motor-controlling de- 
vice. 1,512,898 : Oct. 28. 

Ailhaud, Fabien, Beauvais, France. Apparatus to steri- 
lize liquids by means of ultra-violet rays. 1,4SG,473; 
Mar. 11. 

.\insa, Richard A., El Paso, Tex. Receptacle drain. 
1,488,771 ; Apr. 1. 

Alnslie, Thomas D., Metuchen, N. J., and R. M. Levy, 
Brooklyn, assignors to The Roessler & Hasslacher 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of 
articles from woven goods. 1,480,541 ; Jan. 15. 

Ainsworth, Chester D., Wollaston, assignor to S. B. Con- 
dit, jr., Brookline, Mass. Oil-insulated transformer. 
1,483,922; Feb. 19. 

Ainsworth, Chester D., Wollaston, assignor to S. B. Con- 
dit, jr., Boston, Mass. Electric switch. 1,487,425; 
Mar. 18. 

Ainsworth, Chester D.. Wollaston, Mass., assignor, by 
me.sne as.signments, to Condit Electrical Manufactur- 
ing Company. Electric switch. 1,515,535; Nov. 11. 

.\.insworlh, Francis A., St. John, New Brunswick, Can- 
ada. Dental in.slrument. 1.505,684; Aug. 19. 

.\insworth, George, Great Neck, N. Y., a.ssignor to Al- 
fred Vester & Sons, Inc., Providonco, R. I. Combined 
husk and socket cover. Des. 04,108; Mar. 4. 

.\insvvoilh, George It., Great Neck, N. Y. Fixture-hang- 
ing device. 1,484,001; Fob. 19. 

Ainsworth, Ilarrv <5., Keutland, Ind. Door-operaftng 
mechanism. 1,490,065 ; Apr. 8. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ainsworth, Harry 6., Kentland, Ind. Inwardly-operat- 
ing door-control mechanism. 1,502,707 : .Tuly 29. 

Ainsworth. Ilarrv G., Kentland, Ind. Door control. 
1,519,749 ; Dec." 16. 

Ainsworth, Henry M., Coventry, England, a.ssignor to 
Society Anonyme des Anciens Etablissements Hotch- 
kiss et Compagnie, St. Denis, Seine, France. Genera- 
tor drive. 1,508,945 ; Sept. IG. 

Ainsworth, Hinckley C., and P. 11. Murray, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Automatic fuel control for water heaters. 
1,506,402 ; Aug. 26. 

Ainsworth Manufiicturjng Company. (See Totter, Albert 
T., assignor.) 

Ainsworth Manufacturing Company. (See Purdy, R. J., 
and Potter, assignors.) 

Air Cooling Motor Co. (See Edman, John, assignor.) 

Aird, Kenneth, and S. A. D. Webster, Falkirk, Scotland, 
assignors to R. and A. Main Limited, Edmonton, Lon- 
don, England. Gas stovi>. 1,499,130 ; .lune 24. 

Aird, Kenneth, and G. W. Wortley, Falkirk, Scotland, as- 
signors to R. and A. Main, Limited, Edmonton, London, 
England. Gas heater. 1,499,137 ; June 24. 

Airdry Corporation. (See Bassette, J. G., and Corwin, as- 
signors.) 

Alrdry Coriwration. (See Bassette, J. G., Williams, and 
Watrous, assignors.) 

Airdry Corporation. (See Bridges, Lewis B., assignor.) 

Airey, Thomas S., Elmhurst, N. Y. Pressure-operated 
circuit closer. 1.513,361 ; Oct. 28. 

.\irgas Burner Company, The. (See Blanchard, Thomas 
R., assignor.) 

Airheart, Ralph A., assignor to American Tripoli Com- 
pany, Seneca. Mo. Laundering. 1,515,647 ; Nov. 18. 

Air-Lite Auto Top Company. (See Pollard, Williard L., 
assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Andersoii, James L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Bucknam, Worthy C, 
assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. ( See Metzger, F. J., and Orr, 
assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Napolitan, Francis J., 
assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Van Nuys, Claude C, 
assignor.) 

Aitchison, Leslie. (See Dyson, W. H., and Aitchison.) 

Aitchison, Peter, New Rochelle, assignor to American 
Bank Note Company, New York, N. Y. Delivery mech- 
anism for printing machines. 1,492,189; Apr. 29. 

Aitken, Andrew W. (See Greiner, C. F., and Aitken.) 

Aitken, Andrew W., assignor to The Springfield Jlotor 
Sweeper Company, Springfield, Ohio. Street sweeper. 
1,510,SS0: Oct. 7. 

Aitken, Richard M. (See Storer, John W., assignor.) 

Aivas, Boris. (See Korbuly, S&ndor, assignor.) 

AJamian, Lisaf G. and Y. E., West Hohoken, N. J. San- 
itary urine tube for infants. 1,490,79.'^ : .\pr. 15. 

A.lamian, Y'ervant E. (See Ajamian, Lisaf G. and Y. E.) 

Ajax Electro thermic Corporation. (See Northrup, Ed- 
win F., assignor.) 

AJax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Blakeslee, John 
R., assignor.) 

Ajax Rubber Company. (See Iloblitt, Frederic M., as- 
signor.) 

Akashi. Kazue, .Asakusa-ku. Tokyo, .Japan. Drawing pen 
or pencil holder. 1,497.828; June 17. 

Akashi. Kazue. Tokyo, Japan. Drawing compasses. 
1,503,934 ; Aug. 5. 

Akemann, Wnltlier, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen-on-tlie-Ruhr, Germany. Conning turret. 
1.486,114 : Mar. 11. 

Akemann, Walther, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Ak- 
tiengesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Gyro- 
scope apparatus. 1,489,512 ; Apr. 8. 

Akemann, Walther, assignor to Fried. Krupp .\ktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Sighting device 
for naval puns. 1,493,588 ; May 13. 

Akemann, Walther. assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
schaft. Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Apparatus for 
determining a magnitude which varies with the time. 
1,505,935; Aug. 26. 

Akemann, Walther, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
sehaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Electrical switch. 
1,506,606; Aug. 26. 

Aker. Evender S., Goshen, N. Y. Shock absorber. 
1.484.859; Feb. 26. 

Akers, Milton K. (See .Johnston, II. L., and Akers.) 

Akers, Milton K.. Troy, Ohio, assignor to Wes'ern Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, X. Y. Vacuum-tub- 
frequenc.v converter. 1.505,234; Aug. 19. 

Aklmoff, Nicholas W., assignor to Vibration Specialty 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Balancing machine. 
1,481.785; Jan. 29. 

Akins, Randall P., J. W. Bucher, and F. D. Gross. Denver, 
Colo. Gas and liquid contact device. 1,502,004 ; 
.July 22. 

Akron Engineering Company, The. (See Wclton, Park 

E., assignor.) 
Aktiehol.iget Al).1orn Anderson. (See Fredriksson, N., 

Il.arstedt, and Lindbcrg, assignors.) 
Aktiobolaget Ars. (Sec Dahl, Gustaf, assignor.) 
Aktiebolnget Ars. (See Hasait, Max, assignor.) 



(See Kanderz, Hjalmar J., 
(See Appelberg, Axel O., 



Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel. 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Biika Regulator. 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget C. E. Johansson. (See Johansson, Carl E., 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget, C. E. Johansson. (See Johansson, C. K.. 

and Oijerholm, assignors.) 
.\ktiebolagct Cellulosa. (See Rinman, E. L., and Mag- 

nuson, assignors.) 
.\ktiebolaget Ferrolegeringar. (See Kalling, B. M. S., 

and Danieli, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Formator. (See DahlstrOm, Ernst R., as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget Gehr. Arehns. Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 

Orstrom, Gustaf, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 

Ekstrom, (',. C, and Johnson, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 

Ekstrom, G. C, and Orstiom, assignors.) 
.\ktiPbolaget Gjuterimaskiner. (See Pettersson, Fritz A., 

assignor.) 
.\ktiebolaget Indnstriijostader. (See Ottosson-EUiot, H., 

and Jiinsson, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Knrlstads Mekaniska Verkstad. (See Wag- 
ner, Rudolf E.. assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Klafrestroms Bruk. (See,Wallin, Anders 

W., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Kviifveindustri. (See Thorssell, C. T., and 

Lund^n, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget L.iungstroms Angturbin. (See Ljungstrom, 

Fredrik, assignor.) 
•Vktiebolaget Ljungstroms .\ngturbin. (See LjungstrSm, 

F., and Andersson, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget L.iungstroms Angturbin. (See Ljungstrom, 

F., and Broberg, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Angturbin. (See Wahlsten, 

Gosta, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Original-Odhner. (See Von Post, Carl G., 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Original-Odhner. (See Von Post, Gustaf, 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Pentawerken. (See Skarlund, Carl A., 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Separator. (See Julin, A. T., and Frodlng, 

assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Stille-Werner. (See Nordin, Josef A., as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabriken. (See Hirth, 

Albert, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabriken. (See LKifqulst, 

Ax9\ F. T., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabriken. (See Palmgren, 

Nils A., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabriken. (See Svensson, 

Victor A.. .Tssignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabriken. (See Wingquist, 

Sven G., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Pressgjuteriet. (See Ilult, Carl J., 

■assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Vaporackumulator. (See Ruths, Johannes, 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaset Vaporackumulator. (See Ruths, Johannes 

K., assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri and Cie. (See Diillen- 

bach. Walter, assignor.) 
.\ktiengesellscbaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Lapp, 

Emil, assignor.) 
.\ktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri and Cie. (See Seitz, 

Oskar, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft der Maschinenfabrik von Theodor Bell 

& Cie. (See Bell, H. F., and Schnyder, assignors.) 
Aktiengesellschaft der JIaschinenf.ibriken Escher Wyss & 

Cie. (See Oagg. Anton, assignor.) 
.\ktiengesellschaft der Mascbinenfabriken Escher Wyss & 

Cie. (See Graeniiger. BenJMiuin. assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft der Maschinenfabriken Escher Wyss 

& Cie. (See Ruegger, Eduard, assignor.) 
Aktienge-sellschnft der Maschinenfabriken Rscher Wyss A 

Cie. fSee Schlumpf, Edwin, assignor.) 
Aktiesel.skabet Drammens .\rmaturfabrik. (See Skaar- 

nfis, Christian, assignor.) 
Aktieselskapet Turbo-Separator. (See Rasch, Ludvik, 

assignor.) 
Alali.Tstino Company. (See McEachron, Cheney A., as- 
signor.) 
Alais, Herbert P. (See Mnr.sh, A., and .•Mais.) 
Alan Wood Iron & Steel Company. (See Simpson, Robert 

W., nssicnor.) 
Alnstalo, Willo U., New York, N. Y. Physical-training 

device. 1.511,312; Oct. 14. 
All)nch, Frank. (See Medart. P. S.. and Albach.) 
Albnch. Frank, assignor to Fred Medart Manufacturing 

Companv, St. Louis. Mo. Track for gymnasium climb- 
ing poles. 1.485,1.S5; Feb. 26. 
.\lbanese, Gaetano, Brooklyn, N. Y. Towel sterilizer. 

1,488,801 ; Apr. 1. 
Albany Paper Mill Machinery Company. (See Crandcll, 

Willis S., assignor.) 
Albaugb, Ainmiel C. Bowling Green, Ohio. Pipe-laying 

machine. 1,498,062; June 17. 



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Albaugh-Dover Company. (See Eden, Harold W., as- 
signor.) 

Alben, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Truck 
swing link. 1,515.134 ; Nov. 11. 

Alber, George, assignor of one-half to H. W. Unkel, Co- 
lumbus. Ohio. Wood-turning lathe. 1,484,286 ; Feb. 19. 

Albers, W. W. (See Sauerhering, Douglas L., assignor.) 

Alberston & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 
signor.) 

Albert, Carl P., assignor to Greene Mfg. Co., Racine, 
Wla. Receptacle retainer for trunks. 1,482,878 ; 
Feb. 5. 

Albert, Carl P., assignor to Greene Mfg. Co., Racine, Wis. 
Trunk fixture. 1,503,462 ; Aug. 5. 

Albert, Jobn 15., Bridgeport, Conn. Ignition-switch lock 
for automobiles. 1,515,764; Nov. 18. 

Albert, Otto, assignor to Galland-Henning Mfg. Co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. Thrust-bar press. 1,482,061 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Albert. Otto, assignor to Galland-Henning Mfg. Co., Mil- 
waukee. Wis. Paper duster. 1,512,516 ; Oct. 21. 

Albert, Walter P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York^ N. Y. 
Telephone system. 1,484,614 ; Feb. 26. 

Albert, Walter P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trolling system. 1,498,530; June 24. 

Albert, Walter P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone-exchange system. 1,501,083; July 15. 

Albert, Walter P., East Orange, N. J., and W. W. Car- 
penter, Brooklyn, assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone-ex- 
change system. 1,504,304 ; Aug. 12. 

Albert, William F., assignor to American Lady Corset 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Corset. 1,479,780; Jan. 8. 

Albert!, Emilio. (See Binder, J., and Alberti.) 

Albertoli, Jobn, San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for 
marking cans. 1.510,734 ; Oct. 7. 

Albertson & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 
signor.) 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Flexible shafting. 1,481,078; 
Jan. 15. 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Valve-refacing apparatus. 1,497,053 ; 
June 10. 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Power-transmitting arrangement. 
1,517,240; Dec. 2. 

Albin, Joseph S., Prosser, Wash. Silo. 1,491,328 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Albin, Thomas C, Manistique, Mich. Process and means 
of cooling kilns. 1,487,908; Mar. 25. 

Alblnl, Franck E., Stockton, Calif. Chimney construction. 
1,485,754 ; Mar. 4. 

Albrecht, Albert W., St. Louis, Mo. Attachment plug. 
1,487,699 ; Mar. 25. 

Albrecht, George P., assignor to Woonsocket Machine & 
Press Co., Inc., Woonsocket, R. I. Traveling-flat card- 
ing engine. 1,479,639; Jan. 1. 

Albrecht, George F., assignor to Woonsocket Machine & 
Press Co., Inc., Woonsocket, R. I. Chain-drive mecha- 
nism for bobbin shafts of roving frames. 1,486,107 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Albrecht, George F., assignor to Woonsocket Machine & 
Press Co., Inc., Woonsocket, R. I. Chain-drive mecha- 
nism for bobbin shafts of roving frames. 1,486,108 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Albrecht, George F., assignor to Woonsocket Machine & 
Press Co., Inc., Woonsocket, R. I. Cover-controlled 
stop-motion mechanism for textile machinery. 
1,490,887 ; Apr. 15. 

Albrecht, George F., assignor to Woonsocket Machine & 
Press Co., Inc., Woonsocket, R. I. Chain-drive mech- 
anism for bobbin shafts of roving frames. 1,490,752; 
June 3. 

Albrecht, George F., and H. Brook, assignors to Woon- 
socket Machine & Press Co.. Inc., Woonsocket, R. I. 
Roving frame. 1.487,685; Mar. 18. 

Albrecht, George M., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manu- 
facturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Controller. 
1,494,052 ; May 13. 

Albrecht, John. (See Donhnm, ]i\ E.. and Albrecht.) 

Albrecht, Milo G. (See King. Joseph, assignor.) 

Albright, Andrew, jr.. Asbury i?ark, N. J. Lather brush. 
Des. 65,990; Nov. 18. 

Albright, Mark C. (See Robison, J. W., and Albright.) 

Albright, Neil T., Kokomo, Ind. Glass-boring device. 
1,497,887 ; June 17. 

Albright, Neil T., assignor to Kokomo Automotive Mfg. 
Co., Kokomo, Ind. Faceplate for signal lamp. Des. 
65,991 ; Nov. 18. 

Album, .»\(l()lph Y. S., Maywood, 111. Bottle stopper. 
1,504,664 ; Aug. 12. 

Album, Adolph Y. S., Maywood, 111. Match box. 
1,513,081 ; Oct. 28. 

Albus. Harold K., St. Joseph, Mo. Child's vehicle. 
1,508,150 ; Sept. 9. 

Alchemic (iold Company. (See McElroy, W. J., nnd 
Clarke, assignors.) 



Alcock, Alfred U., Melbourne, assignor of one-half to H. J. 
Wagstaff, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia. Electric 
process for thawing carcasses of frozen meat and the 
like. 1,485,755 ; Mar. 4. 

Alcock, Horace E., assignor to B. Laporte Limited. Luton, 
England. Manufacture of phosphoric acid. 1,511,929 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Alcorn, Joseph. Coatesville, Ind. Propeller for boats. 
1,483,762 ; Feb. 12. 

Alcorta, Alexander, New Y^ork, N. Y. Razor-blade sharp- 
ener. 1,495,833; May 27. 

Aldana, Vincente A. (See Urlarte, R. C, and Aldana.) 

.\Uieborgh. Erik H., assignor to C. E. Johansson, Inc., 
Poughkeepsie. N. Y. Gauge. 1,485,154 ; Feb. 26. 

Aldeborgh, Erik H., assignor to C. B. Johansson, Inc., 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Snap gauge. 1,494,053 • May 13. 

Aldeen, Gedor W,, as.signor to National Lock Co., Rock- 
ford, 111. Shaving and slotting machine. 1,520,684 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Aldeen, Wilhelra G., assignor to National Lock Company, 
Rockford, HI. Phonograph-lid support. 1,496,965 ; 
June 10. 

.Vlden, Clarence J., assignor to The Painesville Metallic 
Binding Company. Painesville, Ohio. Curtain support. 
1,505,364 ; Aug. 19. 

.\lden, Earle G., assignor to The Archlok Looseleaf Com- 
pany, Denver, Colo. Loose-leaf binder. 1,483,862 ; 
Feb. 19. 

Alden, Herbert W., and L. R. Buckendale, assignors to 
The Timken-Detroit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Driving-axle construction. 1,506,037; Aug. 26. 

Alden, Milton, Springfield, Mass. Vernier dial. 
1,491,370; Apr. 22. 

Alden, Ray C, and F. Foss, Seattle, Wash. Device for 
operating candy kettles. 1,520,047 ; Dec. 23. 

.\lden, Walter A. (See Benjamin, R. B., and Alden.) 

.-Vldendorff, Fritz, Wilmersdorf, Berlin. Germany. Meter- 
ing telephone system. 1.479,442 ; .Tan. 1. 

.MdendorfC, Fritz, Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany. Ma- 
chine-switching telephone system. 1,484,348 ; Feb. 19. 

.■Mderman, Charles N., Streator, 111. Box dump. 
1,508,946; Sept. 16. 

.Vlderman, Eugene R., Holyoke, Mass. Doffing mech- 
anism. 1,496,079 ; June 3. 

Alderman, Eugene R., Holyoke, Mass. Bobbin-handling 
machine. 1,496,080 ; June 3. 

Alderman, Max. Napa, and G. H. Edwards, Mill Valley, 
Calif. Winding attachment for sewing machines. 
1,515,294; Nov. 11. 

Aldrich, Alonzo, Beloit, Wis. Paper-making machine. 
1,494,507 ; May 20. 

.\ldrich, Anthony B., Washington, D. C. License-tag 
fastener. 1,486.719; Mar. 11. 

.-Vldrich, Roscoe H., Allentown, Pa. Valve-holding de- 
vice. 1,507,448; Sept. 2. 

Aldrich, Roscoe H., Allentown. Pa. Shock absorber for 
hydraulic systems. 1.512.736: Oct. 21. 

Aldi-idge, James G. W., London, England. Apparatus for 
charging and discharging gas retorts. 1,510,370 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Aldridge, Madison C., Batesville, Miss. Tongs. 
1,489,052; Apr. 1. 

Aleograph Company, The. (See Stowers, A., and De 
Ilymel, assignors.) 

.Alexander. Abraham, New York. N. Y. Dispensing bot- 
tle. 1.509.219 : Sept. 23. 

.Alexander, Albert D., Fredericksburg, Va. Bushing ex- 
tractor and inserter. 1,510,291 ; Sept. 30. 

Alexander, Alexander S., New Rochelle, N. Y. Illumi- 
nated globe. 1,515,135; Nov. 11. 

Alexander, Arthur A., New York, N. Y. Keying device 
for power transmission. 1,519,474 ; Dec. 16. 

Alexander, Bony H., assignor of seven-twentieths to J. P. 
Rogers and five-twentieths to L. E. Barr, Lexington, 
Miss. Tractor. 1,501,639; July 15. 

Alexander, Carl Z. and E. S., Newark, N. J. Steam boil- 
er. 1,484,8.57 ; Feb. 26. 

Alexander, Carl Z. and E. S., Newark, N. J. Boiler. 
1,491.371 ; Apr. 22. 

Alexander, Charles P., Cleveland, Ohio. Dimmer. 
1,494,054 ; May 13. 

Alexander, David A., Rochester, N. Y. Alarm device. 
1,501,260 ; July 15. 

Alexander, Donald iM.. Cleveland, Ohio. Vending ma- 
chine. 1,495,217 ; May 27. 

Alexander, Earl S. (See Alexander, Carl Z. and E. S.) 

Alexander, Edward, Seattle, Wash. Portable table. 
1,484,858 ; Feb. 26. 

Alexander, Ford, Corporation, The. (See Alexander, 
Ford I., assignor.) 

Alexander, Ford I., assignor to The Ford Alexander 
Corporation, Ijos .Angeles, Calif. Device for torpedo- 
ing wells. 1„508,757; Sept. 16. 

Alexander, Ford I., assignor to The Ford Alexander Cor- 
poration, Los Angeles, Calif. Well torpedo. 1,511,488; 
Oct. 14. 

Alexander, Harold M., Bexley Heath. England. Method 
of and means for separating liquids of different speci- 
fic gravity. 1,490,794; Apr. 15. 

.Mexander, Harold M.. Bexley Heath. England. Method of 
and means for separating liquids of different spoeiflc 
gravity. 1,505,841 ; Aug. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE- 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Alexander, Harry D. (See Alexander, William A. and 
H. D.) 

Alexander, Harry H., Westfleld, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Tin sinter and producin;; same. 1,487,132 ; Mar. IS. 

Alexander, Harry H., Westfleld, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Forming iron-tin alloy. 1,487,133 ; Mar. 18. 

Alexander, Harry H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Recovering tin. 1,487,134 ; Mar. 18. 

Alexander, Harry H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Recovering occluded tin. 1,487,13.5 ; Mar. 18. 

Alexander, Harry H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Electrolytic refining of tin. 1,487,136 ; Mar. 18. 

Alexander, Hayes J. J., Detroit, Mich. Garment pro- 
tector. 1,520,553 ; Dec. 23. 

Alexander, James, Pittsficld, Mass. Suspenders. 
1,487,211 ; Mar. 18. 

Alexander, James G., Ames, Iowa. Garden implement. 
1,498,008 ; June 17. 

Alexander, Jesse, assignor of one-third to W. J. Hol- 
liiigsworth, Clinton Township, Vermilion County, Ind. 
Baling press. 1,513,573 : Oct. 28. 

Alexander, Lewis, assignor to Clinton Novelty Co., Clinton. 
111. Child's vehicle. 1,506,726 ; Aug. 26. 

Alexander, Lloyd E. (See Kittock, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Alexander, Philip T., assignor of one-fourth to A. E. Mil- 
ler, Sacramento, Calif. Apparatus for the destructive 
distillation of oil-hearing materials. 1,498,528 ; June 24. 

Alexander, Reuben D., Euieka Springs, Ark. Mechanical 
hammer. 1,494,525 ; May 20. 

Alexander, Robert E., Tulsa, Okla. Jack frame for oil 
wells. 1,501,034 ; July 15. 

Alexander, William A. and H. D., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Concrete wall construction. 1,488,726 ; Apr. 1. 

Alexander, William A. and H. D., Huntington I'ark, 
Calif. Metallic edging. 1,488,727 ; Apr. 1. 

Alexandereon, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric ship propulsion. 
1,481,853; Jan. 29. 

Alexandorson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assigpor 
to General Electric Company. Electric ship propulsion. 
1.481.882; Jan. 29. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. System of motor con- 
trol. 1,400,720; Apr. 15. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Radio receiving system. 
1.491,372 ; Apr. 22. 

Alexanderson. Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Double-squirrel-cage 
synchronous motor. 1,405,969; May 27. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W.. Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. High-frequency signal- 
ing system. 1,500,785 : July 8. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Wireless signaling sys- 
tem. 1,501,830; July 15. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to Genera! Electric Comi)any. Wireless signaling 
system. 1,501,831 ; July 15. 

Alexanderson. Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General l^lpctric Company. Wireless signaling sys- 
tem. 1,508,151 ; Sept. 9. 

Alexanfler.^on. Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Radio transmitting sys- 
tem. 1.. 517, 816: Dec. 2. 

Alfisi, Raffaele. Brooklyn, N. Y. Identification device for 
vehicles. 1.500,980 ; July 8. 

Alford, Charlotte O.. St. Pauls. N. C. Flredog or andiron. 
1,484,368 ; Feb. 19. 

Alford, Frederick G., Algona, Wash. Combined tie and 

rail fastener. 1,484.315 ; Feb. 19. 
Alfrey, Harry H., El Reno. Okla. Apparatus for remov- 
ing grain doors. 1,496,401 ; June 3. 
Alfthan, Harry, assignor to (i. A. Sorlachhis Aktiebolaget, 
Mantta, Finland. Manufacturing white sulphite cellu- 
lose from resinous woods. 1,507,559 ; Sept. 9. 
Algard, Harry E.. et nl. (See Hognn, John W., assignor.) 
Algoo, John S., assignor to Hazol-Atlas Glass Company. 
Wheeling, W. Va. GInss cruet. Dos. 64.883; June 17. 

Algeo, John S.. assignor to Hazel-Atlas Glass Company. 
Wheeling, W. Va. Glass decanter. Dcs. 65,460 : 
Aug. 26. 
Alger, Allan E., Lorain, Ohio. Variocoupler. 1,489,653 ; 

Apr. 8. 
Alger. Don L., Avalon, Calif. Aquatic game. 1,409,628 ; 

July 1. 
Alger, Philip L., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Induction motor. 1,497.312; 
June 10. 
Alger. Philip L.. Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to Gonernl 
Elertriot Company. Squirrol-cago winding for ifltcr- 
nating-current motors. 1.508,152: Sept. 9. 
Alger, Thomas O., Bridgeport, Conn. Juice extractor. 

1,479.125; .Tan. 1. 
Alhelt, Henry A., Boston, Mass. .Tack. 1,499. 2.<»0 : June 21. 
Alig, Clarence S.. Indianapolis, Ind. Combination w.Trni- 
air furnace and kitchen range. 1,504,305; Aug. 12. 



All Metal Airplane Company. (See Greer, Medorem W., 

assignor.) 
All Metal Products Company. (See Schmidt, William 

F., assignor.) 
Allabach, Rodney N.. Stockton, Calif. Automatic shut-oft 

valve. 1,497,054 ; June 10. 
Alladin Toy Company. (See Agell, John, assignor.) 
.\llain, Jacques, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Padlock. 

1,503,341 ; July 29. 
Allan, Allen C, Baraboo, Wis. Pliers, wrench, and the 

like. 1,490,902 ; Apr. 22. 
Allan Automobile Accessory Association, Incorporated, 

The. (See Allan, William N., assignor.) 
Allan, Hugh L., and J. Moore, Burmah, British India, 
assignors to The Burmah Oil Company Limited, Glas- 
gow, Scotland. Apparatus for sweating or crystalliz- 
ing paraffin or other wax. 1,504,923 ; Aug. 12. 
Allan, John G. (See Bittenbender, S. T., and Allan.) 
Allan, William G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
J. P. Scott, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Electrode and 
making same. 1,496,966; June 10. 
Allan, William G., assignor to The Toronto Power Com- 
pany, Limited, Toronto, Canada. Electrode. 1,502,708 ; 
July 29. 
Allan, William G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
J. P. Scott, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Electrolytic 
apparatus. 1,508,758 ; Sept. 16. 
Allan, William G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. 
P. Scott, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Electrode struc- 
ture and manufacturing same. 1,513,728 ; Nov. 4. 
Allan. William N., San Antonio, Tex., assignor to The 
Allan Automobile Accessory Association, Incorporated, 
Baltimore, Md. Lighting means. 1,486,000; Mar. 4. 
AUand, Maurice, Atlantic City, N. J. Writing Instru- 
ment. 1,507,903 : Sept. 9. 
AUand, Maurice, Atlantic City, N. J. Magazine pencil. 

1,508,375 ; Sept. 16. 
Allard, Joseph A., jr. (See Ketterer, A. C, and Slanker, 

assignors.) 
-Vllatt, Thomas, Westfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Millie Patent Holding Co., Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Tag. 1,504.804; Aug. 12. 
Allatt, Thomas, Westfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Millie Patent Holding Co. Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Tea cartridge. 1,514,244 ; Nov. 4. 
Allatt, Thomas, Westfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Millie Patent Holding Co. Inc., New 
York. N. Y. Tag machine. 1.518,551 ; Dec. 9. 
Allbrlght-Nell Company, The. (See Buckham, Henry B., 

assignor.) 
Allbright-Nell Company. (See Jackson, Andrew J., aa- 

signor.) 
Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Light- 
ning arrester. 1,483.538; Feb. 12. 
Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Wei»t- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Light- 
ning arrester. 1,483,539; Feb. 12. 
.\llcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Light- 
ning arrester. 1,483,540; Feb. 12. 
Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electrolytic 
condenser. 1,485,358 ; Mar. 4. 
Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Welding 
apparatus. 1,490,191 ; Apr. 15. 
Allcutt, Chester T., Wilklnsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Measur- 
ing system. 1,499,325 ; July 1. 
Allday, Clifford. (See Williams, Leslie E., assignor.) 
Allee, David A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Pipe connection. 1,483,499 : 
Feb. 12. 
Alice, William L., Topeka, Kans. Toy gun. 1,486,848; 

Mar. 18. 
Allegheny Steel Company. (See Hostettler, Leigh W., as- 
signor.) 
AUemau. .lacob B.. Beaumont, Tex. Valve-seat-removing 

mechanism. 1.517,883: Dec. 2. 
Allemoier. Herbert. Maumee, Ohio. Cutting spherical 

openings. 1.519.344; Dec. 16. 
Allen, Adolphus M. (See Billow. Elmor E., assignor.) 
Allen, Alfred. (See Jones, Edmond, assignor.) 
Allen, .\ndrews. Chicago, 111. Overturning mine cage. 

1.482,5:^6: Feb. 5. 
Allen, Arthur A. (See Allen. Clilford L. and A. A.) 
Allen, Arthur E. (See (Mack. T. E., and Allen.) 
Allen, Arthur S.. North Tarrytown, assignor to Munsell 
Color Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Color modeL 
1.480,486: Jan. 8. 
Allen. Arthur W., and A. E. Koshell, Sacramento, Calif. 

Automobile Jack and shifter. 1.480.850; Jan. 15. 
Allen, Carlton H., Glens Falls, N. Y., assignor of one-half 
to Groat Northern Paper Company. Milllnocket, Me. 
Strainer for pulp dlgester."J. 1,487,004; Mar. 18. 
Allen. Charles A., Grand Rapids. Mich. Lathe rest. 

1.521,146; Dec. 30. 
Allen. Charles IL, Chicago. 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signnirnts, to The AUenlite Company. Headlight. 
1.519,345; Dec. 16. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Allen, Charles H., Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Compressor. 1,521,211 ; Dec. 30. 

Allen, Charles H., and C. A. Moore, Chicago, 111. Talk- 
ing-machine reproducer. 1,489,413 ; Apr. 8. 

Allen, Chris, et al. (See Foster, Walter L., assignor.) 

Allen, Clarence, Mason City, Iowa. Lawn trimmer. 
1,505,685 ; Aug. 19. 

Allen, Claud E., assignor to The Guide Motor Lamp Man- 
ufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile 
lamp. 1,505,577; Aug. 19. 

Allen, Clifford L. and A. A., Burkhurnett, Tex. Swivel 
hook. 1.516,875 ; Nov. 25. 

Allen, David L. (See Allen, Irving W., assignor.) 

Allen, Durward M., and J. E. Hayes, Binghamton, N. Y. ; 
said Allen assignor to said Hayes. Can-cover remover. 
1,485,474; Mar. 4. 

Allen, Edgar A. (See Elder, W. J., and Allen.) 

Allen, Edgar C., assignor of one-half to R. L. Knutsson, 
Rockford, 111. Signal apparatus. 1,510,912 ; Oct. 7. 

Allen, Edward, Chicago, 111. Dyeing machine. 1,483,263 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Allen, Edward, Jersey City, N. J. Propeller-shaft bear- 
ing. 1,512,261 ; Oct. 21. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Thread- 
controlling mechanism for sewing machines. 
1,482,671 ; Feb. 5. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Work- 
clamp-positioning device. 1,489,299 ; Apr. 8. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing (Company, Elizabeth, N. J. But- 
tonhole-sewing machine. 1,504,306 ; Aug. 12. 

Allen, Edwin C, Chicago, 111. Golf club. 1,486,823; 
Mar. 11. 

Allen, Edwin H. (See Cadman, A. B., and Allen.) 

Allen, Erhard, assignor to The Dayton Display Fixture 
Company, Daytoo, Ohio, Shelf for box and can racks. 
1,519,289 ; Dec. 16. 

Allen, Ernest C. (See Frederick, C. W., and Allen.) 

Allen, Frank B., Cleveland, Ohio. Structural material. 
1,489,683; Apr. 8. 

Allen, Frank B., Philadelphia, Pa. Sprinkling system 
and sprinkler. 1,496,402 ; June 3. 

Allen, Frank M. (See Weber, F. C, and Allen.) 

Allen, Frank M., Claymont, Del., assignor to General 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Furnace. 
1,480,361; Jan. 8. 

Allen, George P., Los Angeles, Calif. Combustion-pro- 
moting device for internal-combustion engines. 
1,495,661 ; May 27. 

Allen, George W., assignor to B. F. Sturtevant Com- 
pany, Hyde Park, Mass. Fan or blower. 1,497,468 ; 
June 10. 

Allen, Grosvenor N., assignor to Oneida Community, 
Limited, Oneida, N. Y. Spoon or similar article. Des. 
64,294 ; Mar. 25. 

Allen, Grover C, Detroit, Mich. Electric-bulb holder. 
1,514,814; Nov. 11. 

Allen, Guy O., Tulsa, Okla. Oil saver. 1,490,576; 
Apr. 15. 

Allen, Harry C, Detroit, Mich. Tractor. 1,518,294 ; 
Dec. 9. 

AUen, HaiTy L. (See Curtiss, C. E., and Allen.) 

Allen, Harvie, Anniston, Ala. Receptacle moving and 
dumping apparatus. 1,521,413 ; Dee. 30. 

Allen, Herbert I., assignor to Electron Chemical Com- 
pany, Portland, Me. Electrolytic cell. 1,485,473 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Allen, Herbert W., Sugar Pine, Calif. Carburetor. 
1,495,566; May 27. 

Allen, Herman J. (See Krone, F., Allen, Lee, and 
Garlough.) 

Allen, Herman J., and M. Lee, Wichita, Kans. Oil 
burner. 1,497,829; June 17. 

Allen, Howard G., assignor to The J. L. Morrison Con*- 
pany. Inc., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Motion-transmitting 
mechanism. 1,510,128 ; Sept. 30. 

Allen, Howard G., assignor to The J. L. Morrison Com- 
pany, Inc., Niagara Falls, N. T. Ratchet mechanism. 
1,513,021 ; Oct. 28. 

Allen Iron & Steel Company, The. (See Moulton, Albion, 
assignor.) 

Allen, Irving W., Bennington, Vt., assignor of one-half 
to D. L. Allen, North Hoosick, N. Y. Device for 
moistening and sealing envelopes. 1,494,094; May 13. 

Allen, Isabell, Kansas City, Mo. Electric switch. 
1,508,6.36; Sept. 16. 

Allen, Jamea B., Brighton, Colo. Exercising machine. 
1,498,529 ; June 24. 

Allen, James L., Memphis, Tenn. Saw set. 1,481,659; 
Jan. 22. 

Allen, James L., Memphis, Tenn. Combination valve 
grinder and lifter. 1,498,531; .Tune 24. 

Allen, .Tamos M., et al., trustees. (See Allen, James M., 
assignor.) 

Allen, James M., assignor to J. M. Allen, F, P. Smith, 
and F. D. Tucker, as trustees for the Smith-Allen 
Battery Company, St. Lonla, Mo. Electrode or grid 
for storage batteries. 1,509,992 ; Sept. 30. 

Allen, John C, Meridian, Miss., assignor to The Good- 
year Tim & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tire ma- 
chine. 1,495,237; May 27. 



Allen, John M., St. Johnsbury, Vt. Auto lock. 1,502,933 ; 
July 29. 

Allen, John O., Salt Lake City, Utah. Film developing, 
fixing, and drying frame. 1,508,947 ; Sept. 16. 

Allen, Louis M., assignor to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone-exchange 
system. 1,513,362 ; Oct. 28. 

Allen Manufacturing Company, The. (See Campbell, 
Solomon A., assignor.) 

Allen, Mary F., executrix. (See Allen, William P.) 

Allen, Robert, Oxon, England. Metallic packing for pis- 
tons. 1,510,816; Oct. 7. 

Allen, Robert C, Essington, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Balanc- 
ing-machine bearing. 1,486,115 ; Mar. 11. 

Allen, Robert C, Essington, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Elastic- 
fluid turbine. 1,488,582; Apr. 1. 

Allen, Robert C, Essington, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Maneuver- 
ing valve. 1,502,005 ; July 22. 

Allen, Robert C., Essington, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Gear and Dynamometer Company. Gearing. 
1,502,224 ; July 22. 

Allen, Robert C, assignor to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company, Essington, Pa. Finishing 
gear teeth. 1,518,679 ; Dec. 9. 

Allen, Robert C, Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to Henry L. 
Doherty & Company, New York, N. Y. Method of and 
apparatus for activating charcoal. 1,517,523 ; Dec. 2. 

Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to IngersoU-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Connecting-rod construc- 
tion. 1,481,334 ; Jan. 22. 

Allen, Thomas J., assignor to The Yeastole Company, 
Eureka Springs, Ark. Yeast compound and making the 
same. 1,481,671 : Jan. 22. 

Allen, W. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Gibbs, 
Henry, assignor.) 

Allen, W. L., et al. (See Thomas, Martin E., assignor.) 

Allen, W. P., et al., trustees. (See Paul, Christian P., 
jr., assignor.) 

Allen, Walter B., Worcester, assignor to Craftex Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Interior wall finish. 1,513,207 : 
Oct. 28. 

Allen, Walter H., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Making rubber 
tires. 1,500,786; July 8. 

Allen, Walter Z., Graham, Tex. Emblem or the like. Des. 
66,255 ; Dee. 23. 

Allen, Walter Z., Graham, Tex. Drilling apparatus. 
1,495.218; May 27. 

Allen, Will F., Nashville, Tenn. Stove. Des. 65,042; 
July 1. 

Allen, Willes W., Bakersfleld, Calif. Tobacco pipe. 
1,494,144; May 13. 

Allen, Willes W.. Bakersfield, Calif. Lawn-mower at- 
tachment. 1,519,714 ; Dec. 16. 

Allen, William, Overbrook, Kans. Funnel. 1,521,212 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Allen, William G., Salem, Oreg. Preserving food prod- 
ucts for canning. 1,491,652 ; Apr. 22. 

Allen, William H., Detroit, Mich. Powder for reducing 
Irritation. 1,482,906; Feb. 5. 

Allen, William P., deceased, by M. P. Allen, executrix, 
assignor to H. M. Merrill, Chicago, 111. Traction mem- 
ber for crawler tractors. 1,494,568 ; May 20. 

Allen, William R. (See Marker, W. M., and Allen.) 

Allen, Wlllianr R., Ventura, W. M. Marker. Taft, and 
F. Richmond, Oilfields, Calif. Oil and water stratify- 
ing device. 1,516,132 ; Nov. 18. 

Allen, William S., Birmingham, Ala. Automobile head- 
light. 1,492,619; May 6. 

Allen, William S., Birmingham, Ala. Automobile head- 
light. 1,492,620; May 6. 

Allen Wrench & Tool Company. (See Webster, Oscar 
A., assignor.) 

AHenbaugh, George G., assignor of one-half to T. E. 
Taylor, Mansfield, Ohio. Timepiece. 1,513,526 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Allenlite Company, The. (See Allen, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Allenson, John, assignor to St. Paul Foundry Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. Hydraulic jail-door-lncking mecha- 
nism. 1,485,756; Mar. 4. 

AUer, Carl, Detroit, Mich. Safety seat for window clean- 
ers. 1,486,942; Mar. 18. 

Allerton, Robert W., South Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Safety backflow valve for condenser sys- 
tems. 1,513,791 ; Nov. 4. 

Allerton, S.Tmuel E., Chicago, 111. Machine for scoring 
can bodies. 1,501,893; July 22. 

Alles, Gordon A. (See Calvert, R., Dern, and Alles.) 

Alley, Stephen E., assignor to The "Sentinel" Waggon 
Works (1920) Limited, Westminster, London, England. 
Fluid-operated braking system. 1,494,560 ; May 20. 

Alley, Stephen E., London, and G. Woodvine, Shrewsbury, 
England, assignors to The "Sentinel" Waggon Works 
(1920) Limited, London, Rnglnnd. Combined engine 
crank shaft and differential driving gearing. 1,498,604 ; 
June 24. 

AUgemeine Elektricitilts-Gesellschaft. (See Mttnzlnger, 
Prledrlch, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THP] 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Shutt, Milo, as- 
signor.) 
Allien, Victor S., assignor to Darco Corporation, "SVilmiot;- 

ton, Del. Cleaning solvent. 1,484,167 ; Feb. 19. 
Allln, Benjamin C., Houston, Tex. Loading platform 

and wbarf arrangement. 1,480,137 ; Jan. 8. 
Allin, Edwin F., Oklalioma City, Okla. Hair clipper.^. 

1,501,737: July 15. 
Allingham, John. Los Angeles, Calif. Reducing ore. 

1,512,262; Oct. 21. 
Allinson, John J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Doherty Research Company, New York, 

N. T. Distilling oil. 1,500,040 ; July 1. 
Allinson, John J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Dohertv Research Company, New York, 

N. Y. Oil-distilling apparatus. l,500,04i ; July 1. 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Albrecht, 

George M., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Borchard, 

Robert W., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. .(See Brainard, 

Frank K., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Brown, 

Arthur J., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturiing Company. (See Brown, 

Edwin H., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Brown, 

J. W., and Nicht, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Davis, 

Rae W., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See De Wein, 

George P., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hagmaier, 

William G., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Javorsky, 

Joseph, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Lieber, 

William H., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Lincoln, 

Charles S., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Nagler, 

Forrest, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Newhouse, 

Ray C, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Paatsch, 

Fred C, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Patitz, 

Johann P. M., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Powell. 

William 11.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Roberts. 

James F., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Sams, 

Fred V., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Search, 
Charles E., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Sohnlein, 
Maximilian, G. F., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Watts, 
Leon X., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See William- 
son, Robert B., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Wilson, 
James, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Yunker, 
William E., assignor.) 

Allis, H. S. (See Reed. Harold L., assignor.) 

Alli.son, Arnold A., Teakworth, Transvaal, South Africa. 
Power baler. 1,510,371 ; Sept. 30. 

Alli.son, Charles M,, Wcrcesrcr. Ma.ss. Permutation lock 
for steering columns. 1,480,273; Mar. 11. 

Allison, David S., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to Sul- 
livan Machinery Company. Mining machine. 
1,501.030: July 8. 

Allison Engineering Company. (See Oilman, Norman H., 
assignor.) 

Allison, Estelle V., New York, N. Y. Doll or similar 
article. Des. 65.r)13: Sept. 2. 

Allison, Fred, Highland Park, assignor to Ford Motor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Combined regulator and 
fuse for generators. 1,508,377 ; Sept. 16. 

Allison, George B.. Alexandria, Va. Grain cleaner. 
1.402.621 ; May 6. 

Allison, Gustave, Perth .\mboy, N. J., assignor to Colum- 
bia Salvage Corporation. New York. X. Y. Shell-s.il- 
vaging apparatus. 1,492.040 : May 0. 

Allison. Gustave. Perth Amboy. N. J., assignor to Colum- 
bia Salvage Corporation, New York. N. Y. Chuck. 
1.492.950: May 6. 

Allison, Gustave, Perth Amboy, N. T., assignor fb Columbia 
Salvage Corporation, New York, N. Y. Shrapnel-salvag- 
ing apparatus and method. 1.506,354 ; Aug. 26. 

Allison. Gustave, Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to Co- 
lumbia Salvage Corporation, Now York, N. Y. Ma- 
chine for removing the booster charge from high- 
explosive shells. 1.507,054: Sept. 9. 

Allison, Gustave, Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to Colum- 
bia S.alvage Corporation, New York, N. Y. Machine 
for removing the booster charge from a high-cxplosivo 
shell. 1,508,494; Sept. 16. 



Device for marking 
18. 

F. D., and Allison.) 
Horseshoe. 1,488,370 ; 



Freezer. 



111. 



1,488,371 : 
Culinary vessel. 



Alli.son, Harvey. New York, N. Y. Figure wheeled toy. 
1.518,725 : Dec. 9. 

Allison, Melvin, Decorah, Iowa, 
athletic fields. 1,515.987 ; Nov. 

Allison, Philip W. (See Sprague, 

Allison, Sarah K., Macomb, 111. 
Mar. 25. 

Allison, Sarah K., Macomb, 111. 
Mar. 25. 

Allison, Sarah K.. Macomb, 
1.509,697; Sept. 23. 

Allison, Thomas C, Hohenwald, Tenn. Saw set. 
1,486.001 ; Mar. 4. 

.\llitt, Thomas B., Coventry, England. Clip for attach- 
ing articles of wearing apparel. 1,484,382 ; Feb. 19. 

AUman, Arvel D., BIythedale, Mo. Cigarette holder and 
e.xtinguisher. 1.517.142 : Nov. 25. 

AUman, David W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Horse- 
shoe. 1,496.511 : June 3. 

AUman, John L. (See Hough, A., Leonhard, Dufford. and 
AUman.) 

AUmanna Ingeniorsbyran H. G. Torulf. (See Holmberg, 
Anders, assignor.) 

Allport, Hamilton, Reading, Mass. Expansion joint. 
1,505,121 ; Aug. 19. 

.Mlsop, Thomas, assignor to The Philadelphia Drying 
Machiuerv Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Dyeing ma- 
chine. 1.492.916 : May 6. 
. Allsop, Thomas, and W. W. Sibson, assignors to The 
Philadelphia Drying Machinery Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Process and apparatus for treating textile ma- 
terials. 1,495,143 ; May 27. 

Allstott, James O.. Pauls Valley, Okla. Haystacker. 
1.484,457 ; Feb. 19. 

Allums, Alfred C, assignor of one-half to R. C. Uellard, 
Hazard, Ky. Combined bottle cap and opener. 
1.519.100 ; Dec. 10. 

.\llwardt, Henry .4.. Battle Creek. Mich. Liquid-dispens- 
ing device. 1,505,122 : Aug. 19. 

.\llvn, Harley H., Philadelphia, Pa. Self-sealing tire 
tube. 1,498,143 ; June 17. 

AUyn, Leonard E., West Mystic, Conn. Pressure pump. 
1,509.090: Sept. 23. 

Allyn, Lewis B., Westfleld, Mass., assignor to Vitamin 
Food Company Incorporated, Wilmington, Del. Stable 
liquid autolvzed yeast and preparing the same. 
1,489,684 ; Apr. 8. 

-Vllvn, William N., Auburn, N. Y. Ophthalmoscope con- 
nection for dry-batterv handles. 1,516,133 ; Nov. 18. 

AUvne-Zerk Company. The. (See Zerk, Oscar, assignor.) 

Aim, Einar E.. Stockholm, Sweden. Apparatus for tar- 
get practice with rifles ahd other firearms. 1,484,750 ; 
Feb. 26. 

Alma Manufacturing Company of Baltimore City. (See 
Kerngood. Allen H.. assignor.) 

.\lmand. John P., Little Rock, Ark. File binder. 
1,479,049 ; Jan. 1. 

Almedia. ,Tose M., Rock Springs, Wyo. Lock. 1,499,960 ; 
July 1. 

Almen-Crosby Motors Company. (See Almen, John C, 
assignor.) 

.■\lmeii. John O., Seattle, Wash. Piston bearing for in- 
tevnal-i'Miiihustion engines. 1.517.386: Dec. 2. 

Almen, John O., Seattle, Wash., assignor to Almen- 
Cro.sby Motors Company, Inc. Packing plate for in- 
ternal-combustion engines or the like. 1,503,741 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Aliuquist. Grace E.. La Porte. Tex. Fruit-jar r\ng. 
1.517.143 ; Nov. 25. 

Alofs, Herman G., HoUand, Mich. Firearm. 1,507,881 ; 
Sept. 9. 

.^paugh, Mathias M., Annandale, N. J. Automatic drain- 
ing device. 1,488,630 ; Apr. 1. 

Alpern, Maxwell, assignor to American Engineering Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace lining. 1,483,706: 
Feb. 12. 

Alpers. Henrv, Columbus, Nebr. Reed musical instru- 
ment. 1,48"0,039 : Jan. 8. 

Alsberg, Julius, and P. J. Ralph. Chicago, 111. : said Ralph 
assignor to said Alsberg. Analyzing gases. 1,485,757 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Alsdorf, Frederick C, Columbus, Ohio. Manufacturing 
and laving bituminous sheet pavements and materials 
therefor. 1,482.900; Feb. 5. 

Alsleben, Paul, assignor to J. A. von Wulfing, Berlin, 
Germany. Production of water-soluble durable prepa- 
rations containing acetyl-salicyllc acid. 1,486,002; 
Mar. 4. 

Alsnauer, Charles, Farrell, Pa. Opening machine for 
sheet metal. 1,489,727; Apr. 8. 

Alspaugh, James S.. Portsmouth, Ohio. Gear-shift mech- 
anism. 1.491.2S3: Apr. 22. 

.ilsted. Edward P.. Truesdell, Wis. Ring-wheel chuck. 
1,503,102: July 29. 

Alston, Archibald, jr.. Bellcvue, assignor to Pressed 
Steel Car Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Die construction. 
1.493.224; Mav 6. 

Alt, William, ferooklyn, N. Y. 
1.511.253; Oct. 14. 

Altemus, Jacob K., Philadelphia, Pa. 
chine. 1,493,721 ; May 1.3. 

.\ltcnburger, Carl, Morristown. N. J. 
for internal-combustion engines. 



Third-rail control. 
Yarn-winding ma- 
Preheating piston 
1,485,009; Feb. 26. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



15 



Alter, Julius M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Loose-leaf album. 
1,500,098 ; July 8. 

Alter, Leo, Chicago, and G. Stanyo, Congress Park, 111. 
Wreath. 1,482,537 ; Feb. 5. 

Alter, Louis, assignor of one-half to A. Sakln, New York, 
N. Y. Taximeter control. 1,491,329 ; Apr. 22. 

Alters, William R. G., Johnstown, Pa. Electric jack. 
1,514,120: Nov. 4. 

Altgelt, Herman E., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend, Ind. Plow. 1,503,779 ; Aug. 5. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend, Ind. Hitch means for wheeled 
plows, 1,489,003; Apr. 1. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend, Ind. Lister plow. 1,508,912 ; 
Sept. 16. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., and C. H. Gemberling, assignors to 
Oliver Chilled Plow Works, South Bend, Ind. Power- 
lift mechanism for plows. 1,496,441 ; June 3. 

Altheer, Karl. (See Pawlik, F., and Altheer.) 

Althoff, Oscar W. (See Baluta, L. S., and AlthofE.) 

Althoff, Oscar W., and L. S. Baluta, Berwick, Pa. Emer- 
gency lighting system. 1.511,097 ; Oct. 7. 

Altieri, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Individual beverage per- 
colator. 1,499,281 ; June 24. 

Altieri, Louis A., San Francisco, Calif. Direction indi- 
cator. 1,494,526; May 20. 

Altman, Jacob, assignor to J. W. Schultz, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Group statuette. Des. 65,043 ; July 1. 

Altman, Ralph, W. L. Wooley, and O. F. Sotier, St. Louis, 
Mo. Stormproof door threshold. 1,485,208 ; Feb. 26. 

Altmann, Josef, Vienna, Austria. Fuel-storage tank for 
motor cars. 1,497,313 ; June 10. 

Altraiiiler, I'aul, Kiel-Kroushagen, assignor to Fried. 
Krupp Aktiengesellschaft Germanlawerft, Klel-Gaar- 
den, Germary. Wrought-iron davit boom. 1,490,079 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Altmyer, John W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Hat hanger. 
1,511,864 ; Oct. 14. 

Altnow, Henry J., Portland, Oreg. Tent. 1,488,772; 
Apr. 1. 

Altoonian, Charles S., Providence, R. I. Swimming 
device. 1,520,391 ; Dec. 23. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, 111. Washing machine. 
1,519,475 ; Dec. 16. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, 111. Washing machine. 
1,519,715; Dec. 16. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, assignor to Altorfer Bros. 
Company, East Peoria, 111. Wringer. 1,502,225 ; 
July 22. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Central Trust Company of Illinois. 
Washing machine. 1,516,134 ; Nov. 18. 

Altorfer Bros. Compaiiiy. (See Altorfer, Alpheus W., 
assignor.) 

Altorfer Bros. Company. (See Mammen, Lawrence W., 
assignor.) 

Altree, Oliver R., assignor of one-half to G. Roberts, 
Toledo. Oreg. Log raft and forming the same. 
1,496,110; June 3. 

Altflchiil. Milton P., assignor to The Standard Envelope 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Envelope. 
1,520,685 ; Dec. 30. 

Altwegg, Jean, Lyon, assignor to So.ciete Chimique des 
Usines du Rhone, Paris, France. Production of solu- 
tions of volatilp oils. 1,483,152; Feb. 12. 

Altwegg, Jean, and J. Collardeau, Lyon, France, as- 
signors to Societe Chimique des Usines du Rhone 
(Anciennement Gilliard P. Monnet efCartier), Paris, 
France. Preparation of saccharin. 1,507,565 ; Sept. 9. 

Altwegg, Jean, and P. Pivot, Lyon, assignors to Soci6t6 
Chimique des Usini'S du Rhone, Paris, France. Pro- 
duction of diethylchloracctamide. 1,493,182 : May 6. 

Aluminium-Industrie-Aktiengesellschaft. (See von Zeer- 
leder, Alfred, assignor.) 

Alumino-Tliermic Corporation. (See Barnes, Henry J., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Boothman, Dale 
M., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Jeffries, Z., and 

Archer, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America, The. (Sec Pomeroy, 

Laurcncp II., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Salisbury, Robert 

F., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Varney, Theodore, 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co., The. (Sec Wilson, John 

H., assignor.) 
Aluminum Die-Casting Corporation. (See Bungay, 

George W., assignor.) 
Aluminum Index Company. (See Wagner, Chester I., 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Manufacturers, Inc. (See Rpardon, William 

J., assignor.) 
Aluminum Manufactures, Incorporated. (See Blank, 

Mcrton II.. assignor.) 
Aluminum Manufactures, Incorporated. (See Blank, M. 

H., and Edgerton, assignors.) 
Aluminum Manufactures, Incorporated. (See Gibson, 

William A., assignor. 1 



Aluminum Seal Comijany. (See Boothman, Dale M., as- 
signor.) 

Aluminum Seal Company. (See Shull, Frederick G., as- 
signor.) 

Alvarez, Ildeberto J., New York, N. Y. Pendant mirror. 
Des. 63,765 ; Jan. 15. 

Alvensleben, Hans, Cammin, Germany, assignor of one- 
half to K. Randig, Baldwin, N. Y. Lock. 1,515,919 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Alvey Manufacturing Company. (See Rebstock, August J., 
assignor.) 

Alvis, John B. (See Severin, Anna, assignor.) 

Alvord, Charles C, Worcester, Mass. Educational article. 
1,502,006; July 22. 

Alvord, Earl B., assignor to The Grasselli Chemical Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Making sodium sulphide. 
1,503,013; July 29. 

Alvord, John F. (See Molyneux, George E., assignor.) 

Alvord, John F. (S'ee Stowe, G., and Molyneux, as- 
signors.) 

Amalgamated Machinery Corp. (See Carlson, Oscar F., 
assignor.) 

Aman, Josephine. (See Hartenstein, Willy, assignor.) 

Ambi-Arthur Miiller Bauten und Industriewerke. (See 
Schonmetzler, Xaver, assignor.) 

Amble, Elmer L., assignor of two-fifths to C. Hanson, 
Frost, Minn. Combined sugar-beet topper and lifter. 
1,510,452 : Oct. 7. 

Ambler, Robert R., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for covering and rolling tire-bead cores. 
1,498,632 ; June 24. 

Ambler, Robert R., and G. F. Wilson, Akron, Ohio, as- 
signors to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, 
N. Y. Abrading machine. 1,480,332; Jan. 8. 

Ambler, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Valve mechanism 
for internal-combustion engines. 1.492,658 : May 6. 

Anrbrosio, Louis, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Combined drill- 
ing and grinding machine. 1,510,372 ; Sept. 30. 

Ambruster, Cornelius, Roslyn, Pa. Box or container of 
sheet material. 1,493,589 ; May 13. 

Ambruster, Cornelius, Roslyn, Pa. Opposing the dis- 
charge of acid-laden air. 1.52l-,348 ; Dec. 30. 

Arabursen, Nils F., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Uni-Form 
Company. Mold form for concrete work. 1,514,245 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Amco Company, The. (See Feilcke, K., and Kline, as- 
signors.) 

Amedee-Mannheim, Charles, Paris, France. Progressive 
change-speed gear. 1,516,070; Nov. 18. 

Amend, Arthur, New York, N. Y. Duplex brake mecha- 
nism for motor vehicles. 1,509,919 ; Sept. 30. 

Amend, George C., Des Moines, Iowa. Combined cooler 
display case and refrigerator. 1,502.972 ; July 29. 

Amend, Jacob E., assignor of one-half to H. B. Rich- 
ardson. Lovell, Wyo. Motor-vehicle battery box. 
1,501,832 ; July 15. 

Amend, Otto P., New York, N. Y. Process of and appa- 
ratus for cracking or converting oils. 1,512,263 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Amend, Otto P., New York, N. Y. Converting oils. 
1.512.264 : Oct. 21. 

Amendola, Bartolomeo, San Francisco, Calif. Railway 
brake. 1,507,102 ; Sept. 2. 

American Abrasive Metals Company. (See Mowery, 
Harold W., assignor.) 

American Abrasive Metals Company. (See Sayre, William 
H., assignor.) 

American Aluminum Ware Co. (See Brucker, Henry, 
assignor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Denney, Guy C, as- 
signor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Himmelright, Raleigh J., 
assignor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Nicholas, Edward S., 
assignor.) 

.\merican Arch Company. (See WlUett, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Willett, A. H., and Mar 
tin, assignors.) 

American Armor Corporation. (See Spooner, Bernard, 
assignor.) 

American Automatic Connector Company, The. (See 

Kothe, Charles, A., assignor.) 
American Automatic Connector Company, The. (See 

Barber, Martin A., assignor.) 
American Automatic Connector Company, The. (See Bar- 
ker, Norman M., assignor.) 
American Automatic Train Control Corporation. (See 

Quarles, Charles H., assignor.) 
American Balsa Company. (See Baxter, W. M., and 

Lundin, assignors.) 
American Bank Note Company. (See Altchlson, Peter, 

assignor.) 
American Bank Note Company. (See Ma.lor, Alfred S., 

assignor.) 
.\morican Banlc Note Company. (Soc Marquardt, Frank 

C, assignor.) 
American Bank Note Company. (See Smith, Amos H., 

nssignor.) 
American Ranking Machine Corporation. (See Ilosklng, 

Richard T., nssignor.) 



16 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



American Beet Harvester Company. (See Kopitke, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

American Blower Company. (See Polk, Gilbert C, as- 
signor.) 

American Blower Company. (See Eowe, William A., as- 
signor.) 

American Blower Company. (See Still, Frederick R., 
assignor.) 

American Blower Company. (See Watkins, James A., 
assignor.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Krauss, 
Adolf, assignor.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Eosner, 
Adolph, assignor.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Schwarz- 
mann, W. E., and Rosner. assignors.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Adreon, R. E., and 
Cass, assignors.) 

American Brake (Company, The. (See Redford, John E., 
assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe & Foundry Company, The. (See 
Elsenberg, John H., assignor.) 

American Briquet Company. (See Parker, Alexis D., 
assignor.) 

American Bromine Company. (See Tobler, Henri, as- 
signor.) 

American Bumper Co. (See McGowan, William R., as- 
signor.) 

American Button & Fastener Co. (See Elliott, William 
E., assignor.) 

American Button & Fastener Co. (See Latham, Albert, 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Banke, Herbert, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Bryant, Harvey L., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Butler, William F., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Credity, Fred, assignor.) 

American C^an Company. (See Bberhart, Felix, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Eberhart, F., Fleischer, 
and Bunman, assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Fleischer, Paul W., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Flick. John P., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Graham, Charles W., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hedstrom, Gustav W., 
assignor.) 

American (5an Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company, The. (See Jones, Harry W., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Lelghton, George A., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Loesel, Nicholas, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Nelson, C. J., and Widell, 
assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Peters, John F., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Rudolphi, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Schmidt, Herman H., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Schultz, Edward, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Sellars, W. S., and Clark, 
assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Snyder, Vernon C, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Tevander, Swan N., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Widell, Magnus E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Young, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Abel, J. C, 
and Willoughby, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Bisset, W. 
J., and Evans, assignors.) 

American Car & Foundry Co. (See Cherbonnler, George 
C, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Dayes, Fred 
erick E., assignor.) 

Amorican Car and Foundry Company. (See Folmsbee. 
Clyde H.. assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Haumueller. 
Henry C, assignor.) 

Amorican Car and Foundry Company. (See Hochberg. 
Oscar, assignor.) 

Amorican Car and Foundry Company. (See Johnson, 
W. S.. and Sheffer, as.slgnors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Joy, Robert 
W., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kassler, 
Adolph, as.signor.) 

American Cnr and Foundry Company. (See Kassler, 
A., and Thompson, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See King, John 
W., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kitt, Fred 
T., assignor.) 



American Car and Foundry Company. (See Lockard, 
Richard A., assignor.) 

American Car & Foundry Company. (See Ostrander, 
A. E., and Sandman, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Rohlflng, 
Johri M., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Willouehby, 
Victor R., assignor.) 

-American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Stevens, Fred, 
assignor.) 

American Casting and Manufacturing Corporation. (See 
Dietze, Emil, assignor.) 

American Cellone Company. (See Herrmann, Richard, 
assisnor.) 

American Cellulose & Chemical Manufacturing Company, 
The. (See Bader, W., and Nightingale, assignors.) 

American Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing Com- 
pany. (See Dickie, William A., assignor.) 

American Cellulose & Chemical Mfg. Co., The. (See 
Dreyfus, Camille, assignor.) 

-American Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing Conr- 
pany. (See Miles, George W., assignor.) 

American Cellulose & Chemical Manufacturing Company, 
Ltd., The. (See Dreyfus, C, and Leonard, assignors.) 

American Cement Tile Manufacturing Company. (See 
Myers, Solomon B., assignor.) 

.American Chain Company. (See Conner, Edward A., 
assignor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Ely, Walter C, as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Fageol, Rollie B., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Goetz, Oscar H., as- 
signor.) 

.\merican Chain Company. (See Hansen, Conrad, as- 
signor.) 

.\merican Chain Company. (See Hoover, Thomas A., 
assignor.) 

-American Chain Company. (See Pratt, Alphonso C, 
assignor.) 

American Chain Company, Inc. (See Fageol, Rollie B., 
assignor.) 

American Chair Company. (See Conner, Edward A., 
assignor.) 

American Clock Corporation. (See Luttrell, P. S., and 
Roske, assignors.) 

American Coke & Chemical Company. (See Kus, Thomas 
G., assignor.) 

American Colortype Company of Illinois. (See Stone, 

Howard R., assignor.) 
American Cotton Oil Company, The. (See Boyce, James, 

assignor.) 
American Cotton Oil Company, The. (See Holden, Hiram 

C, assignor.) 
American Cotton Oil Company, The. (See Murdock, Sam- 
uel B., assignor.) 
American Cotton Oil Company, The. (See Phillips, Cecil 

O., assignor.) 
American Crayon Company, The. (See Daniel, Charles 

E.. assignor.) 
American Creosoting Company. (See Austin, H. B., and 

Cook, assignors.) 
American Creosoting Company. (See Oliver, C., and 

Cook, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Charlton, Harry 

W., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Landis, W. S., and 

Buchanan, assignors.) 
American Dan Bottle Seal Corporation. (See Nordstrom, 

Elof, assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Johnson, 

Clarence C, assignor.) 
American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Dressier, 

Conrad, assignor.) 
American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Dressier, 

Philip, assignor.) 
American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Dressier, P. 

d'H., and Strommer, assignors.) 
American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Kupfer, Wal- 
ter S., assignor.) 
American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Meehan, 

Paul A., assignor.) 
American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Robertson, 

Harry M., assignor.) 
American Drying Processes, Inc. (See Flelsher, Walter 

L., asslgrnor.) 
American Electric Company. (See Burns, Peter C, as- 
signor.) 
American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., 

and Hand, assignors.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Alpem, Maxwell, 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Kriebel, Percy E.,- 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Weingartner, An- 
thony E., assignor.) 
American Equipment Company. (See Bach, Julius H., 

assignor.) 
Amorican Etching Machine Corporation. (See Eonnlng, 

Victor C. assignor.) 
American Exchange National Bank of Duluth, executor. 

(See Qow, Alexander M.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



17 



Am'erican Fabrics Company, Tbe. (See Barnum, Harry 
B., assignor.) 

American Fabrics Company, The. (See Page, Samuel 
H., assignor.) 

American Fabrics Comisany, The. (See Philips, Hans A., 
assignor.) 

American Fabrics Company, The. (See Wackerman, 
Charles S., assignor.) 

American Fibre Chair Seat Corp. (See Daum, Charles, 
assignor.) 

American Fibre Cooperage Company. (See Smith, Her- 
bert J., assignor.) 

American Fibre Cooperage Company. (See Watson, M., 
and Smith, assignors.) 

American Flange Frog and Railway Improvement Com- 
pany. (See Finstoin, Kobort E., assignor.) 

American Flexible Bolt Company. (See Fraueuheim, 
Joseph A., assignor.) 

American Flyer Manufacturing Company. (See Frohne, 
Albin, assignor.) 

American l''iirgc iind Machine Company, The. (See Nel- 
son, Barney, assignor.) 

American foundry cV Construction Company. (See 
Mitchell, Harbour, assignor.) 

American Foundry Equijament Company, The. (See 
Minicli, Verne E., assignor.) 

American Frog & Switch Company, The. ( See Cra\Yford, 
Robert G., assignor.) 

American Gasaccumulator Company. (See Fransson, 
Frans J., assignor.) 

American Gasaccumulator Company. (See Meddn, Elof 
H., assignor.) 

Aniericiiii Grinder Company. (See Ott, Conrad L., as- 
signor.) 

American Hard Kubl)er Co. (See Boyer, E. S., and 
Buttfield, assignors.) 

Americtiu Hard Uubber Co. (See Buttfield, Alfred C, 
assignor.) 

American Hard Rubber Co. (See Wing, Claude E., as- 
signor.) 

American Hardware Corporation. (See Coney, William 
T., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Hagen, 
William L., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Hurd, Nor- 
man B., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Mackay, 
Alexander L., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Stone, El- 
mer B., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Svenson, 
Charles W., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Teich, Er- 
nest L., assignor.) 

American Homes Bureau. (See Brown, Irving L., as- 
signor.) 

American Ice Company. (See Clark, B. J., and Huhn, 
assignors.) 

American Investigation Corporation. (See Gentzcke, 
Fritz, assignor.) 

American Investigation Corporation. (See Schuette, Jo- 
hann, assignor.) 

American Investigation Corporation. (See Weiss, Georg, 
assignor.) 

American Iron & Machine Works, Inc. (See Godfrey, 
Frank E., assignor.) 

American-Italian Petroleum Co. (See McCloskey, J. P., 
and Swan, assignors.) 

American Lady Corset Company. (See Alhert, William 
F., assignor.) 

American Lady Corset Company. (See Colley, Harry A., 
assignor.) 

American Lady Corset Company. (See Siegel, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

American Lakes Paper Company. (See Kress, Otto, 
assignor.) 

American Lakes Paper Company. (See Seaborne, 
Charles R., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machine Company, The. (See Ben- 
jamin, D. H., and McCarthy, assignors.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The, et al. (See 
Benjamin, D. H., and Carroll, assignors.) 

American Laundry Machinery Comjjany. (See Benja- 
min, Dana H., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Ber- 
caw, John W., assignor.) 

American Ijauiidry Machiner.y Company, The. (See 
BrocUctt, I'UU'ord W., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Car- 
son, William G., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Dewey, 
John J., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Kreuter, Adam, assignor.) 

American I^aundry Machinery Company, The. (See Link, 
George N., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Lyon. Robert V., assignor.) 

American I^aundry Macliinery Company, The. (See Mc- 
Carthy, James P., assignor.) 

American Laundry Macliinery Company, The. (See 
Mcnk, Charles G., assignor.) 

13679—2 



American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Waream, C. E., and Dreher, assignors.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Waream, Charles E., assignor.) 
American Lead Pencil Company. (See Kubler, Edwin 

C, assignor.) 
American Liquid Meter Company. (See Bassler, Carlos 

J., assignor.) 
American Liquolift Corporation. (See Long, Ramon, as- 
signor.) 
American Lithographic Company. (See Banzett, William 

H., assignor.) 
American Lithographic Company. (See Dietsche, Adolph, 

jr., assignor.) 
American Lithographic Company. (See Schoder, C. B., 

and Troeger, assignors.) 
American Lithographic Company. (See Townsend, John 

W., assignor.) 
American Locker Company. (See Davis, Augustine, as- 
signor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Barnard, John H., 

assignor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See von Girsewald, C, 

and -Weidmann, assignors.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Krause, Georg A., 

assignor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Speeketer, H., Miinch, 

and Rossteutscher, assignors.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gwinn, 

George W., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gwinn, 

G. W., and Leary, assignors.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Hawkins, 

Wilford J., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Millring, 

Edwin R., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Ogden, 

Ashley G., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (Se<^ Rundell, 

Rupert E., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Smith, 

Elberon D., assignor.) 
American Machinery Company. (See Ziegner, Walter E., 

assignor.) 
American Magnesium Corporation. (See Glenn, Roland 

M., assignor.) 
American Manganese Steel Company. (See Blake, .Tud- 

son M., assignor.) 
American Manganese Steel Company. (See Crane, Ernest 

B., assignor.) 
American Manganese Steel Company. (See Nichols, 

Wesley G., assignor.) 
American Manganese Steel Company. (See Washburn, 

H. G., Johnson, and Thill, assignors.) 
American Blangauese Steel Co. (See Young, Donald H., 

assignor.) 
American Marine Device Corporation. (See Lenz, C. S., 

and Jupp. assignors.) 
American Marine Equipment Corporation. (See Davis, 

Howard C, assignor.) 
American Metal Company, The. (See Colbert, Clarence 

L., assignor.) 
American Metals Corporation. (See Kline, Michael I., 

assignor.) 
American Meter Company. (See Lane, George A., as- 
signor.) 
American Moistening Company. (See Armstrong, Joseph, 

assignor.) 
American Moistening Company. (See Braemer, W. G. R., 

and Armstrong, assignors.) 
American Moistening Company. (See Comins, F. B., and 

Armstrong, assignors.) 
American Molding Machine Company. (See Nouross, 

William C, assignor.) 
American Multigraph Company, The. (See Chisholm, 

Clifton, assignor.) 
American Multigraph Company, The. (See Osborn, Henry 

C, assignor.) 
American Narrow Fabric Company. (See Brown, .Ar- 
nold v., assignor.) 
American Narrow Fabric Company. (See Ilazelton, Carl 

J., assignor.) 
American Oil Dehydrating Co. (See Crites, V. C, and 

Wright, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Baker, Nelson M., as- 
signor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Beers, George S., as- 
signor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Boutello, William H., 

assignor.) 
.Vmerican Optical Company. (See Bugboe, Lucian W., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Currier, Bernard P., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See De Grenler, Octave, 

assignor.) 
.\nierican Optical Company. (See Dey, Gilbert S., as- 
signor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Dcy, G. S., and Hill, 

assignors.) 
Amovican Ojillcal f'onipany. (See Glancy, Anna R,, as- 
signor.) 



18 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



American Optical Company. (See Gunning, William A., 
assignor.) 

Ameiican Optical Company. (See Healey, Joseph H., 
assignor.) 

Anicrie.ui Optical Company. (See Hill, Harry W., as- 
signor.) 

Amrericaii Optical Company. (See Hill, II. TV,, and Styll, 
assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Hill, K. V., and Till- 
yer, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Kelley, William J., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See King, Walter G., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Maynard, Albert E., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Maynard, A. E., and 
Gunning, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Poeton, Lawrence, 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Propson, Carl F., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Ravenelle, Hermenegild 
P., assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Reeve, Howdrd T., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Schumacher, Elmer 
L., assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Schumacher, E. L., 
and Boutelle, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Styll, H. H., and 
Tillyer, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, Edgar D., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, E. D., and 
Glancy, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wason, Robert M., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wells, Albert B., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wells, Joel C, as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wheeler, R. D., and 
De Grenier, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wrighton, William J., 
assignor.) 

American Piano Company. (See Dinsmore, Alton F., as- 
signor.) 

American Piano Company. (See Marco, Gaetano, as- 
signor.) 

American Piano Company. (See Stoddard, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

American Pin Company, The. (See Pasman, Abram N., 
assignor.) 

American Platinum Works. (See Engel, Fred J., as- 
signor.) 

.\merican Platinum Works. (See Gaschke, George, as- 
signor.) 

American Platinum Works. (See Koch, T., and Ledig, 
assignors.) 

American Production Company. (See Bugg, Owen T., as- 
signor.) 

American Production and Trading Company. (See Reich- 

mann. Frank J., assignor.) 
American Protein Corporation. (See Atwood, Francis C, 

assignor.) 
American Protein Corporation. (See Wescott, William 

B., assignor.) 
American Pulley Company, The. (See Bowen, Russell 

PI., assignor.) 
American Pulverizer Company. (See Elzemeyer, Ernst 

H., assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Eggleston, Lewis W.. 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Howell, Frank B.. 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Mallory, Harry C, 

assignor.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Marshall, Aquila P... 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Mertzanoff, Andrg M., 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Boeder, Herbert C, 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Soulc, Lawrence C, 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Sutton, William S., 

assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Nead, John 

H., assignor.) 
American Rubber and Tire Company. (See Holloway, 

Le Roy P., assignor.) 
American Rul)l)er and Tire Company, The. (See John- 
son, John T., assignor.) 
American Rulilier & Tire Company, The. (See Stull, 

Robert R., assignor.) 
American Safety Device Company. (See Johnston, Frank 

B., assignor.) 
American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Beardsley, 

Charles E., assignor.) 
American Safety Razor Corporation. (See de MesquHa, 

Julius B., assignor.) 



American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Kaufman, 
Joseph, assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Johnston, Clar- 
ence L., assignor.) 
American Saw and Manufacturing Company. (See Eric- 
son, Carl L., assignor.) 

American SchaefCer & Budeuberg Corporation. (See 

Blum, Eugen, assignor.) 
American Schaeffer & Budenberg Corporation. (See Hop- 
kins, Frank II., assignor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Hamilton, G. H., and 
Blakslee, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Zimmer. 
man, Rufus E., assignor.) 

American Shoe Machinery and Tool Company. (See 
Krag, Harry W., assignor.) 

American Shoe Machinery Company. (See Wright, W. 
C, and Merrick, assignors.) 

American Shoe Machinery Company. (See Wright, W. C., 
Young, and Grover, assignors.) 

American Shoe Machinery & Tool Company. (See Krag, 
Harry W., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Alex- 
ander, Harry H., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Easter, 
Henry F., assignor.) 

American Smelting & Refining Company. (See Grablll, 
Clarence A., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lamb, 
James G., assignor. 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Linville, 
Clarence P., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Mac- 
Michael, Ross F., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Bath- 
bun, Ross B., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Stack, 
James R., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Whitley, 
Charles W., assignor.) 

American Speed-O-Feeder Company, The. (See Trundle, 
George T.. jr., assignor.) 

American Speed-O-Feeder Company, The. (See Wood, 
Harry L.. assignor.) 

American Stamping Co. (See Ordway, Donald P., as- 
signor.) 

American Stay Company. (See Merrick, Frank W., as- 
signor.) 

American Steam Conveyor Corporation. (See Zimmer- 
man, Charles F., assignor.) 

American Steam Pump Company. (See Davis, Edwin H., 
assignor.) 

American Steam Truck Company. (See .Tacobson, Era 
C, assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Boley, Ernst, assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Broden, Edwin H., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Febrey, Harold H., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Ralston, Ilarley C, assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Rose. George II., assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Blekei, Lawrence W., 
assignor.) 

Anu^rican Steel Foundries. (See Ditchfleld, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Floyd, George G., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcock, William C, 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Kinne, Edmund P., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Lament, John A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Whitney, Loren L., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Williams, William E., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Package Company, The. (See Behringer, 
Grover F., assignor.) 

American Steel I'roducts Co. (See Gaddis, Hugh L., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Wool Manufacturing Company. (See 
Stern, Lawrence, assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Meacliam, Benjamin E., 
assiirnor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Moecker, Henry, Jr., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Munzner, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

American Syrup Co. (See Millen. Abraham, assignor.) 

.\inerican Tar Products Company. (See Puening, Franz, 
assignor.) 

American Tar Products Company. (Sec Rhodes, E. O., 
Wible, and Trnsler, assignors.) 

American Taximeter Company. (See Gluck, Julius, as- 
signor.) 

American Telegraph Typewriter Company. (See Card- 
well, Allen D., assignor.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



19 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Affel, Herman A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bailey, Rand S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Best, Fred H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bown, Kalph, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Camphell, George A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Carson, John 11., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Clark, A. B., and Martin, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Clark, A. B., Gannett, and Nyquist, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Clark, Alva B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Cory, Samuel I., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Crisson, George, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dar- 

row, Leo H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Davidson, John, jr., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dear- 

dorff, Ralph W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dem- 

arest, Charles S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Espenschied, Lloyd, assignor. ) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Fell, 

John M., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Fish, 

Lewin B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Gan- 
nett, Danforth K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Grimes, David, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hamilton, Baxter P., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ham- 
ilton, Harold S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Herman, Joseph, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hitchcock, Harry W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hoffmann, Henry L., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Holden, William H. T., assignor.) 
Americaji Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hoyt, Ray S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Jacobs, Oliver B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Jones, 

George G., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Kuhn, George W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Kuhn. 

G. W., and Rarasdell, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Loynes, Ov?en H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mar- 
tin, De Loss K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Martin, William H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mar- 
tin. W. H., and Shaw, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ny- 
quist, Harry, a.ssignor.) 
Am'erican Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Osborne, Harold S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegrai^h Company. (See 

Potts, Louis M., a.ssignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Rainsdell, Roger G., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Rhodes, William A., assignor.) 
Ami'rican Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Shanck, Roy B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Shaw, 

Thomas, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Thompson, (icorge K., assignor.) 
Amoi'ican Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Toomey, John F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Toomey, J. F., and Crisson, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Toomey, .T. F., and Loynes, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Toomey, J. F., and Phelps, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (Sec Vor- 

nani, Gilbert S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wright, Sumner B., assignor.) 
Americaii Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Young, Rowland Ij., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Zobel, OUo .)., assignor.) 



American Thread Company, The. (See Clark, Robert K., 
assignor.) 

American Thread Company, The. (See Curry, Malcolm, 
a.ssignor.) 

American Threid Company, The. (See Snyder, K. V., 
and Curry, assignors.) 

American Tire Corporation, The. (See McCormlsh, 
William E., assignor.) 

.American Tobacco Company, The. (See Dalton, John T., 
assignor.) 

American Tobacco Machinery Corporation. (See Grodsky, 
Aaron, assignor.) 

American Tripoli Company. (See Airheart, Ralph A., 
assignor.) 

American Tube and Stamping Company, The. (See 
Armstrong, Walter G., assignor.) 

American Voith Contact Company. (See Priem, Paul, 
assignor.) 

American Washing Machine Company. (See Pletsch, 
Henry, assignor.) 

American Welding & Mfg. Company. (See Evans, Lloyd 
L., assignor.) 

American Well Works, The. (See Sperry, John B., as- 
signor.) 

American Wire Cord Tire Company, The. (See Weigel, 
Daniel M., assignor.) 

American Wiremold Company, The. (See Frederickson, 
Otto A., assignor.) 

American Wiremold Company. (See Murphy, Daniel 
H., assignor.) 

American Wiremold Company. (See Petersen, Anker, as- 
signor.) 

American Wood Rim Company, The. (See Lobdell, Ed- 
ward J., assignor.) 

American Wrench Manufacturing Company. (See Strlck- 
ler, Cary M., assignor.) 

American Wringer Company. (See Keltie, George R., as- 
signor.) 

American Zeolite Corporation. (See Edelsteiu, Oscar, 
assignor.) 

American Zeolite Corporation. (See Willcox, Oswin W., 
assignor.) 

Ames, Adelbert, jr., Tewksbury, Mass. Apparatus for 
composite photography. 1,479,212 ; Jan. 1. 

Ames, Adelbert, jr., Hanover, N. H. Forming images 
and photograph produced thereby. 1,482,502 ; Feb. 5. 

Ames, Adelbert, jr., Hanover, N. H. Photographic-lens 
system. 1,482,503 ; Feb. 5. 

Ames, Adelbert, jr., and C. A. Proctor, Hanover, N. H. 
Camera apparatus for binocular photography. 
1,479,211; Jan. 1. 

Ames, Butler, Lowell, Mass. Electrical ignition appara- 
tus. 1,513,877 ; Nov. 4. 

Ames, Butler, Lowell, Mass. Magnetic core and making 
same. 1,497,469 ; June 10. 

Ames, Charles E., Millsap, Tex. Clothesline. 1,517,933 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Ames, Elmer U., assignor to H. Brinton Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Sinker mechanism for knitting machines. 
1,499,138; June 24. 

Ames, Richard, Brighton, M. W. Mills, Heywood, and J. 
Bolton, Bury, England. Apparatus for aerating sew- 
age and other foul liquids. 1,497,425; June 10. 

Ames, Samuel. (See Risheill, M. L., and Ames.) 

Ames Shovel & Tool Company. (See Larson, Nils G., as- 
signor.) 

Amey, John, Long Island City, N. Y., and P. W. Becker, 
Rutherford, N. J. Luggage carrier. 1.503,083: 
July 29. 

Amlck, Samuel S., Tipton, Ind. Automobile headlight. 
1.489,728; Apr. 8. 

Amico, Charles. (See Stella, Pasquale, assignor.) 

Amidon, James W., et al. (See Kline, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Amies, Edwin, London, England. Spring mattress. 
1,485,758 ; Mar. 4. 

Amiot, Austin, Stockton, Ohio. Mail-bag catching and 
delivering apparatus. 1,508,042 ; Sept. 9. 

Amis, Lewis A., Muskogee, Okla. Oil container. Des. 
65.044 : July 1. • 

Ammann, Otto, Karlsruhe, Gennany. Gunnery chart. 
1,493,225; May 6. 

Amme, Giesecke & Konegen, Aktiengesellschaft, Braun- 
schweig, Germany. (See Soin6, O., and Petersen, as- 
si.gnors.) 

Ammen, Francis D. (See Tabor, R. B., and Ammen.) 

Ammidown, Harry F., Southbridge. Mass. Map mounting 
and means for operating it. 1,502,536; July 22. 

Amorite Products Corporation. (See Bachman, Roy G., 
assignor.) 

Amory, Robert, Milton, Mass., assignor to Nashua Man- 
ufacturing Comi)any, Nashua, N. H. Blanket and man- 
ufacturing bhmkets. 1,405,141 ; May 20. 

Amory, Robert, Milton, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Lamson Company, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Switching mechani.sm for conveyer systems. 1,512,18(3 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Amos, Arthur J., and W. F. Villiers, Castlemaine, as- 
signors of one-third to C. E. Cording, Bendi.go, Victoria, 
Australia. \'alvc-adjuslMient device. 1 ,.")03,-l(!;^ ; Aug. 5. 

.\inos, John A., assignor to Oliver Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Lamp casing. Des. 
OG.OGO ; Nov. 25. 



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Alpliaietical list of patentees — Continued. 



Amrevo Electric Company, et al. (See Nash, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

-imrin. Beu, Bucoda, Wash. Hook. 1,510,806 ; Nov. 25. 

Ams, Max, Machine Company, The. (See Brenzinger, 
Julius, assignor.) 

.^msdeii, Kui;ene C, Boston, Mass. Shuttle box. 
l,4ss.S9S: Apr. 1. 

Amsden, William F., SewicUley, Pa. Foot rest. 
1,496,284 ; June 3. 

Amsler, Alfred, Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Gripping de- 
vice for testing machines and the like. 1,496,803 ; 
June 10. 

Amsler, Walter O., Pittsburgh, Pa. Regenerative-furnace 
Construction. 1,503.404 : Aug. 5. 

Amsler, Walter O., Pittsburgh, "Pa. Reversing valve for 
regenerative furnaces. 1,503,465 ; Aug. 5. 

Amussen, Joseph S., Los Angeles, Calif. Device for 
supporting and rocking patients. 1,479,166 ; Jan. 1. 

Amy, Walter C Pilgrims Rest, Transvaal, South Africa. 
.Scissors. 1.516.319 : Nov. IS. 

Amzler, Stefan, assignor of one-fourth to W. C. Sumner, 
Ogden, Utah. Crude-oil burner. 1,500,175 ; July 8. 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Laist, F., and 
Elton, assignors.) 

Anaconda Sales Company. (See Robinson, Thomas, as- 
signor.) 

Anakin, Arthur E., Long Beach, Calif. Auxiliary safe 
lock. 1,490,528; Apr. 15. 

Anakin, Arthur E., assignor to Anakin Specialty Manu- 
facturing Company, Long Beach, Calif. Holdup-ijre- 
venting device. 1,502,537 ; July 22. 

Anakin SiJecialty Manufacturing Company. (See Anakin, 
Arthur E.. assignor.) 

Anatmos Metals and Furnace Corooration. (See De Bats, 
Jean H. L., assignor.) 

Anchelevicli, Max, Evansville, Ind. Repair device. 
1,507,449 ; Sept. 2. 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Jaeger, Max, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. (See Podel, 
Abraham, assignor.) 

Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. (See White, Wil- 
liam P., assignor.) 

Anchor Core Economy Soap Company. (See Seward, 
Richard M., assignor.) 

Anchor Corrugating Construction Co. (See Braunstein, 
Achille, assignor.) 

Anchorstar, Anna M., New York, N. T. Corset. 
1.4SS,7T3 : Apr. 1. 

Anciens Etablissements Panhard & Levassor. (See 
ScbnelTer, Charles, assicnor.) 

Andaloro, Helen M., Pittston, Pa. Hair crimper. 
1,511,930; Oct. 14. 

Anderberg, Anders, Malmo, Sweden. Combined feed-water 
henrer iiiiil spark arrester. 1,488.188; Mar. 25. 

Anders, Clark. Kansas City, Kans. Automatic leveling 
device. 1,490.904 ; Apr. 22. 

Andersen, Andrew C. (See Edgar, F. M., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Andrew C, assignor to Ternstedt Manufactur- 
ing Company, Detroit, Mich. Night lock. 1,519,346 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Andersen, Charles M., Denver, Colo. Automobile bumper. 
1,496,967 ; June 10. 

Andersen, Christian, E. E. Heintz, and F. Edgar, as- 
signors to Ternstedt Munufncturiiig Company, Detroit, 
.Mich. Windiiw-regulator bearing. 1,496,111; June 3. 

Andersen, Fridtjof. (See Wennergren, F. J. A., and An- 
dersen.) 

Andersen, Lauritz W., Waterbury, Conn. Center for 
shade frames. 1,511,254; Oct. 14. 

Andersen, Lauritz W., Waterbury, Conn. Shade holder. 
1.483.264; Feb. 12. 

Andersen. Oluf, Los Angeles, Calif. Oil burner. 
1.516.903; Nov. 25. 

Andersen, Tengol, Port Richmond, N. Y. Guide for power 
hammers. 1,509,821 ; Sept. 30. 

Anderson. A. E. (See Frisk, Otto, assignor.) 

Anderson, A. W. T. (See Melin, Otto and C. M., as- 
signors.) 

Ander.son, Adolph L, Zumbrota, Minn. Silo construc- 
tion. 1,51G.:!20 : Nov. IS. 

Anderson, Albert C, Antonito, Colo. Pump. 1,482,376; 
Feb. 5. 

Anderson. .\ll)ort F., and C. C. Hayes, Auburn, Wash. 
Elcctric-tixture hanger. 1.518.768 ; Dec. 9. 

Anderson, Albert M., Seattle, Wash. Banjo resonator. 
1.485.1.55: Feb. 26. 

Anderson, Albert O. (See Bradley, Jacob A., assignor.) 

Anderson, Albert S., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Turbine rotor. 1,500,787 ; 
July 8. 

Anderson, Albin B., assignor to Wire Product Corpora- 
tion, Oakmont, Pa. Wire-rope machine. 1,495,144; 
May 27. 

Anderson, .Vlex, assignor to E. Holley, Detroit, Mlc)i. 
Mold cleaning, heating, and lampblacking device. 
1,505,123; Aug. 19. 

Anderson, Alfred. (See Anderson, Carl A. and A.) 

Anderson, Alfred C, Glover, N. Dak. Soap cake. 
1,495,978; June 3. 

Anderson, Alfred R., Rock Springs, Wyo. Car brake. 
1,499,439; July 1. 



Anderson, Andrew, and V. Axelson, Sacramento, Calif. 

Flowerpot. Dos. 65,842 ; Oct. 28. 
Anderson, Andrew B., assignor of one-half to J. San- 
dusky. Des Moines, Iowa. Double saw set. 1,521,063 ; 

Dec. 30. 
Anderson, Andrew M., Redmond, Wash. Screen door or 

window. 1.512.187 ; Oct. 21. 
Anderson, Andrew R., deceased, North Arlington, N. 3. ; 

A. R. Anderson, executor. Shoe-tree. 1,483,065 ; 

Feb. 12. 
.Anderson. Anthony S., Milton, Mass. Hose supporter. 

1.509.576; Sept. 23. 
Anderson, Arthur J., Binford, N. Dak. Fountain lather 

brush. 1,502,538; July 22. 
Anderson, Arthur N. (See Saklatwalla, B. D., and An- 
derson.) 
Anderson. Arthur R., executor. (See Anderson, Andrew 

1!.. ;iSsignor.) 
Anderson, Arvid, A., and O., Chicago, 111. Swimming 

bag. 1.504.011 ; Aug. 5, 
Anderson, Augustus, Terre Haute, Ind. Self-adjusting 

doorknob. 1,486,824 ; Mar. 11. 
Anderson, Axel. (See Anderson. Arvid, A., and O.) 
.\nderson. Axel, Ashtabula, Ohio. Starting-crank lock. 

1,498.772 ; .Tune 24. 
Anderson. Axel, Wahpeton, N. Dak. Sharpener. 

1.490,577; Apr. 15. 
.\nderson-Barngrover Company. (See Reynolds, Albert, 

assignor.) 
Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co. (See Burrell, Frank Ij., 

assignor.) 
Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co. (See Thompson, Albert 

R., assignor.) 
.\ndersr,n, Bert. New Orleans, La., assignor to Anderson, 

Clayton & Co. Dale tie. 1.518.767 ; Dec. 9. 
Anderson, Carl A. and A., Bowman, N. Dak. Change- 
speed gear. 1,497,470; June 10. 
Anderson, Carl E. (See Wadell, Albert H., assignor.) 
.\ndersou, Carl E., Maywood, 111. Expansion valve for 

refrigerating systems. 1.504,411 ; Aug. 12. 
Anderson, Carl E., Stratford, assignor to The Bryant 

Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Rotary snap 

switch. 1,511,866; Oct. 14. 
Anderson, Carl E., assignor to The Bryant Electric Com- 
pany. Bridgeport, Conn. Electric switch. 1,493,413 ; 

May 6. 
Anderson, Carl E., assignor to Boiling Manufacturing 

Company, Grand Haven, Mich. Forming turnbuckles. 

1.502.133; July 22. 
Anderson, Carl F., Brookfield. and L. W. Knapp, Berwyn, 

assignors, by mesne assignments, to Conlon Corpora- 
tion, Cicero, 111. Woodworking machine. 1,511,865 ; 

Oct. 14. 
Anderson, Carl G., Akron, Ohio. Rim-attaching table. 

1,501,980; July 22. 
Anderson, Carl G., assignor to J. E. Swauson, Boston, 

Mass. Machine for affixing and assembling units upon 

a base. 1.505.686: .\ug. 19. 
Andrrson, Carl II.. Roseiilen. N. Dak. Combined wire 

stretcher and splicer. 1.520,628; Dec. 23. 
.\nderson, Carl J., Chicago, 111. Elevator control. 

1,479,576 ; .Tan. 1. 
Anderson, Carl J., Chicago, 111. Recentering device for 

elevator control. 1,490,552 ; Apr. 15. 
.Vndi'ison, Carl J.. Chicago, 111. Elevator control. 

1.517.042 ; Nov. 25. 
Anderson, C)arl J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Extenso Rock Corporation, Ann Arbor, Mich. Display 

holder. 1,501,087; July 15. 
.\nderson. Carl L.. et al. (See Swenson, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 
-Vndrrson. Carl T.. Elmhurst. assignor to Webster Mfg. 

Company, Chicago, 111. Crushing machine. 1,504,412 ; 

Auu'. 12. 
Anderson, Charles, New York, N. Y. Splash preventer. 

1.502,287; July 22. 
Andrrson. Charles, assignor of one-half to A. F. Goschke, 

Eddvville, Iowa. Railway spike and holder. 

1.512.205; Oct. 21. 
Anderson. (Tbarles A., New Orleans, La. Air control 

for liquid-fuel-burning furnaces. 1,507,450 ; Sept. 2. 
Anderson, Cliarles E., Devils Lake, N. Dak. .Vgricultu- 

ral implement. 1,507,082 ; Sept. 0. 
Anderson. Charles E.. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Cigarette 

bolder. 1.517.9:^4; Dec. 2. 
.Anderson. Charles IT. (See Torresson, A., and Anderson.) 
Anderson. Charles H., Walworth, Wis. Glare eliminator. 

1,483.703 ; Feb. 12. 
Anderson, Charles R., Jerscyvillo. 111. Push plow. 

1.514. .",61 ; Nov. 4. 
Anderson, Charies T. (See Grieten, Frederick NL, a«- 

siiiiior. ) 
Anderson, Charles W., Anacortes, Wash. Trip book. 

1,479,529: Jan. 1. 
.\nderson. Clayton & Co. (See Anderson, Bert, as- 
signor.) 
Anderson. Cl.vde L., Butte, Mont. Separator. 1,505,842; 

Aug. 19. 
Anderson Company, The. (See Anderson, John" W., Jr., 

assignor.) 
Anderson, Daniel E.. Yuba Citv, Calif. Leveler attachment 

to vehicles. 1. -'06,551 ; Aug. 26. 



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Anderson, David A., assignor to Faribault Machine Shop 
& Foundry Co., Faribault, Minn. Driving tool. 
■ 1,521,265 ; Dec. 30. 

Anderson, David N., Vantage, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Cake or baking tin. 1,493,796 ; May 13. 

Anderson, Duncan M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Shav- 
ing brush. 1,502,226; July 22. 

Anderson, E. D., Inc. (See Anderson, E. D., and Beck- 
mann, assignors.) 

Anderson, E. D., Inc. (See Beckmann, Carl, assignor.) 

Anderson, Edgar W., assignor to Invincible Metal Furni- 
■ ture Company, Manitowoc, Wis. Lock mechanism. 
1,501,640 ; July 15. 

Anderson, Edward, Brooklyn, N. T. Window-cleaner's 
seat. 1,494,984 ; May 20. 

Anderson, Edward B. (See Baddiley, J., Hill, and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, Edward h.. assignor to R «S: G Company, 
Attleboro, Mass. Cigarette case. 1,498,063 ; June 17. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor to R. & G. Company, 
Attleboro, Mass. 1,510,292 ; Sept. 30. 

Anderson, Edward V., Mouessen, assignor of one-half to 
C. E. Golden, Crafton, Pa. Automatic controlling valve 
for tanks. 1,504,201; Aug. -12. 

Anderson, Edward V., Monessen, assignor of one-half 
to C. E. Golden, Crafton, Pa. Triple-cushioned valve. 
1,507,948; Sept. 9. 

Anderson, Ellen A., East Fremantle, Western Australia, 
Australia. Hook-and-eye fastener for textile materials. 
1,489,913; Apr. 8. 

Anderson, Emil, et al. (See Petersen, W., and Miller, 
assignors.) 

Andersou-Endebrock Company. (See Regan, Paul T., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Eric H., Magna, Utah. Air pan. 1,499,496 ; 
July 1. 

Anderson, Ernest D., and C. Beckmann, assignors to E. D. 
Anderson, Inc., New York, N. ¥. Wrapping and label- 
ing machine. 1,516,902 ; Nov. 25. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Electric 
switch. 1,479,577 ; Jan. 1. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Adjustable ex- 
tension spotlamp. 1,479,578 ; Jan. 1. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 
1.480,138; Jan. 8. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Universal lamp 
mounting and attaching means therefor. 1,491,893 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Spotlamp. 
1,498,533 ; June 24. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Rotative fric- 
tion joint. 1,510,027 ; Sept. 30. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., Evauston, and P. W. Swansoii, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Appleton Electric 
Co., Chicago, 111. Mounting for universal spotlamps. 
1,498,534; June 24. 

Anderson, Eva M., Waterloo, Iowa. Making dolls. 
1,489,685; Apr. 8. 

Anderson, Evald. (See Newell, M. H., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Frank C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Switch-rail guard. 
1,500,176; July 8. 

Anderson, Frank O., deceased, Minneapolis, Minn. ; R. V. 
Anderson, admdnistratrix. Safety catch and making 
the same. 1,511,931 ; Oct. 14. 

Anderson, Fred W. (See Anderson, John A., assignor.) 

Anderson, Frederick P., Lexington, Ky. Dust deter- 
minator. 1,517,144 ; Nov. 25. 

Anderson, Fritz A., assignor to Burdiek Cabinet Co., Mil- 
ton, Wis. Adjustable locking joint. 1,488,224 ; Mar. 25. 

Anderson, George A., assignor of one-eighth to W. M. 
Mercer, one-eighth to R. T. Taper, and one-eighth to 
V. H. Waggoner, Santa Rita, N. Mex. Air brake. 
1,504,536; Aug. 12. 

Anderson, George B., Detroit, Mich. Wrench. 1,490,903 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Anderson, George S. (See Rett, C. E., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Gilbert V., assignor to W. F. Fischer, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Machine for forming grooves. 1,504,307 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Anderson, Gustaf, Atlin, British Columbia, Canada. Com- 
bined saw jointer and gauge. 1,481,818; Jan. 29. 

Anderson, Gustav F., Brooklyn, N. y. Closure for re- 
ceptacles. 1,405,722 : May 27. 

Anderson, Gustave A., New York, N. Y. Combination 
lock. 1,508,948 ; Sept. IC. 

Anderson, Gustavo H., assignor to Hart and Hutchinson 
Manufacturing Company, New Britain, Conn. Conicr 
construction fur metal doors and partitions. 
1,512,569; Oct. 21. 

AnderBon, Guy, Haynesvillc, Me. Tire chain. 1,480,139 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Anderson, Barley E., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to W. H. Miner, Inc. Rail anchor. 
1,496,081 ; June 3. 

Anderson, Harley B., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mojnp 
assignments, to W. II. Miner, Inc. Hand brake. 
1,500,009; July 8. 



Anderson, Harley E., assignor of one-half to W. L. Kel- 
logg, Chicago, 111. Brake rigging for railway cars. 
1,500,217 ; July 8. 

Anderson, Harley E., assignor of one-third to W. L. Kel- 
logg, Chicago, 111., and one-third to W. H. Miner, Chazy, 
N. 1'. Clutch-coutrol mechanism. 1,506,607 ; Aug. 26. 

Anderson, Harley E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Bosworth, 
Moore & Carscadiu. Apparatus for manipulating 
brakes. 1,517,692 ; Dec. 2. 

Anderson, Harold N., Cleveland, • Ohio. Die for rolling 
gears. 1,500,567 ; July 8. 

Anderson, Harold W. ^See Jonassen, Alfred C, as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Harry. (See Majors, R. J., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Harry C, Yonkers, N. Y. Paper container or 
receptacle. 1,489,806 ; Apr. 8. 

Anderson, Harry C, Yonkers, N. Y. Receptacle. 
1,489,807 ; Apr. 8. 

Anderson, Harry F., et al. (See Hancock, Raymond F., 
assignor.) 

Anderson, Harry F., Marion, Ind. Glass-rolling pallet. 
1,513,731 ; Nov. 4. 

Anderson, Harry J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Burner for torches 
and the like. 1,515,136 ; Nov. 11. 

-■Vnderson, Harry J., assignor to Motor Player Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Automatic musical instrument. 
1,517,884 ; Dec. 2. 

Anderson, Harry M„ San Antonio, Tex. Expansible plug 
for oil wells. 1,507,983; Sept. 9. 

Anderson, Harry T. (See Hausson, Soren, assignor.) 

Anderson, Harry T., assignor of one-half to S. Hansson, 
Butler, Pa. Making brake levers. 1,506,802 ; Sept. 2. 

Anderson, Harvey S., Germantown, Ohio. Adjusting de- 
vice for crushers. 1,483,566 ; Feb. 12. 

Anderson, Hector G. tj. (See Thornhill, E. B., and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, Helmer, assignor to Washburn-Crosby Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for forming barrel 
clips. 1,492,411 ; Apr. 29. 

Anderson, Henry G., Inwood, Iowa. Horse-collar pad. 
1.505.936: Auii. 26. 

Anderson, Henry J. (See Evensta, E. G., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Henry J., assignor to B-Z Manufacturing Co., 
Minneapolis, Minn. Piston ring. 1,500,357 ; July 8. 

Anderson, Herman L., Minneapolis, Minn. Trestle for 
supporting a scaffold. 1,501,088 ; July 15. 

Anderson, Hilmer S., Belmont, Mass. Amusement appa- 
ratus. 1,500,788; July 8. 

Anderson, Howard W., Cedarhurst, N. Y. Holder attach- 
ment. 1,490,882; Apr. 15. 

Anderson, Irvin O., Trinidad, Colo. Variable-inductance 
tuner. 1,517,691 ; Dec. 2. 

Anderson, Jack, et al. (See Judia, George H., assignor.) 

Anderson, James B., Shaler, Pa. Cut-off apparatus for 
liquid-supply lines. 1,489,415 ; Apr. 8. 

Anderson, James B., Shaler Township, Allegheny County, 
Pa. Gas burner. 1,502,286; July 22. 

Anderson, James B., Shaler Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to Peoples Natural Gas Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Gas valve. 1,495,545 ; May 27. 

Anderson, James B., assignor to Pumpless Blow Torch 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Automatic valve. 

1,486,116; Mar. 11. 

Anderson, Jawes B., and J. B. Garner, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Liquid-fuel burner. 1,498,860 ; June 24. 

-Inderson, James C, Phoenix, assignor to Underwood 
Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Typewriting 
machine. 1,508,810; Sept. 16. 

Anderson, James EJ., San Francisco, Calif. Cap for col- 
lapsible metal containers. 1,486,216 ; Mar. 11. 

Anderson, James H. (See Menefee, Chalmer C. and E., 
assignors.) 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Automatic adjuster for tube-welding 
machines. 1,506,038; Aug. 26. 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Air Reduction Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Slotted welding torch. 
1,514,815 ; Nov. 11. 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Welding torch. 1,516,486 ; Nov. 25. 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Tube-welding machine. 1,520,271; 
Dec. 23. 

Anderson, John. (See Burns, J. H., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, John, Seattle, Wash. Thawing point. 
1,491,373; Apr. 22. 

Anderson, John, Lindsborg, Kans. Clevis for singletrees. 
1,516,876 ; Nov. 25. 

Anderson, John A., assignor of one-half to P. W. Ander- 
son, Balaton, Minn. Adjustable bearing-box construc- 
tion. 1,514,121 ; Nov. 4. 

.\nderson, John C, Storden, Minn. Manure spreader. 
1,492,622; May 6. 

Anderson, John F., Oakland, Calif. Salting machine. 
1,501,297; July 15. 

Anderson. John V., San Francisco, Calif. Storage tank. 
] ,509,098 : Si'pt. 23. 

.'Vnderson. John II., St. Paul, Jlinn. Bolster stake. 
1,514,308; Nov. 4. 



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Anderson, John S., Jamestown 
1,508,949 ; Sept. 16. 

Anderson, .John W., Newcastle, lud. Continuous furnace. 
1,515,586 ; Nov. IS. 

Anderson, John W., jr., Mishawaka, assignor to The An- 
derson Company, South Bend, Ind. System of auto- 
matic fuel and motor control. 1,490,192 ; Apr. 15. 

Anderson, Josiah M., Minneapolis, Minn. Coucli bed. 
1,505,616 ; Aug. 19. 

Anderson, Laurits A., Audubon, Iowa. Produce carrier. 
1,519,433; Dec. 16. 

Anderson, Lloyd, Onawa, Iowa. Gate fastener. 1,509,462 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Anderson, Lossie E., assignor of one-half to W. E. War- 
wick, Chicago, 111. Controlling device for liquid re- 
ceptacles. 1,519,347 ; Dec. 16. 

Anderson, Louis A., assignor to R & G Company, Inc., 
Attleboro, Mass. Belt buckle. 1,510,643 ; Oct. 7. 

Anderson, MacGregor S. (See Pulls, O. B., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Magnus C. (See Lee, A. P., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Magnus C, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Lee Trailer & Body Company, Chicago, 111. Rail 
consti-uction for rear-dump vehicles. 1,512,399 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Anderson Manufacturing Company. (See Anderson, Os- 
car F., assignor.) 

Anderson, Nels J., Owen, Wis. Rim tool. 1,497,708; 
June 17. 

Anderson, Nils H., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to E. and T. 
Fairbanks and Company, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Dial 
scale. 1,504,202; Aug. 12. 

Anderson, Nils H., Trumbull, Conn., assignor to The E. & 
T. Fairbanks & Company, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Scale loop. 
1,504,203 ; Aug. 12. 

Anderson, Olaf A., and J. M. Macrae, Detroit, Mich. 
Pump. 1,489,416; Apr. 8. 

Anderson, Oliver N., Minneapolis, assignor of one-halt 
to E. g. Van Koughnet, St. Paul, and one-half to R. 
Parker, Minneapolis, Minn. Portable electric heater. 
1.480,362; Jan. 8. 

Anderson, Oscar. (See Anderson, Arvid, A., and O.) 

Anderson, Oscar F., Somerville, assignor to Anderson 
Manufacturing Company, Everett, Mass. Spring cover 
for automobiles. 1,502,649 ; July 29. 

Anderson, Oscar H., assignor to Story & Clark Piano Co., 
Grand Haven, Mich. Pneumatic motor. 1,497,314 ; 
June 10. 

Anderson, Oscar T.. assignor to Chamberlain Machine 
Works, Waterloo, Iowa. Wringer. 1,483.265; Feb. 12. 

Anderson, Palmer L., Minneapolis, Minn. Reel. 
1,512.188; Oct. 21. 

Anderson, Paul H. (See Seaboyer, G. E.. and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Pierce B., Brownsville, Tenn. Transit. 
1,481,672; Jan. 22. 

Anderson, Peter M., Springdale, Wis. Gas-mixing valve. 
1.519,649 ; Dec. 16. 

Anderson, Ray C, and P. A. Gollnick, assignors to 
Spiegel May Stern Company, Chicago, 111. Selector 
mechanism for addressing machines. 1,509,091 : 
Sept. 23. 

AHderson, Ray C, and P. A. Gollnick, assignors to Spiegel 
May Storn Company, Chicago. 111. Attachment for 
addressing machines. 1.516.659 ; Nov. 25. 

Anderson, Raymond M., assignor to G. M. Holley, De- 
troit, Mich. Carburetor. 1,483,323 ; Feb. 12. 

Anderson, Raymond M., assignor to G. M. Holley, Detroit, 
Midi. Fluid valve thermoresponsively controlled. 
1,514,816 ; Nov. 11, 

Anderson, Robert, Brooks, Alberta, Canada, assignor of 
one-half to P. MacGregor, Detroit, Mich. Boiler. 
1,504,924 ; Aug. 12. 

Anderson, Robert C, and F. F. Rike, assignors to Buck- 
eve Iron & Brass AVorks, Dayton, Ohio. Exhaust 
whistle. 1.500,100; July 8. 

Anderson. Robert J., assignor to C. H. Washburn, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Storage-battery cell. 1.499,901 ; July 1. 

Anderson, Robert V.. Schenectady, N. Y. Locomotive 
tender. 1,512.440; Oct. 21. 

Anderson. Ruth V., administratrix. (See Anderson, 
Frank O.) 

Anderson, Swan F., Rockford, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to C. Paul Parker, trustee, Chicago, 111. 
Rubbing machine. 1,492.059: May 0. 

Anderson, Theiman, Demarest, N. J. Saw set. 1,481,175 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Anderson, Torval J., Rockdale, Wis. .\ccelerator. 

1.493,414 : May G. 
Anderson, Virgil C, assignor of one-half to C. T. H. 
Wright, San Francisco, Calif. Carburetor vaporizer. 
1,506,148; Aug. 26. 

Anderson, Walter R., Chicago. 111. Single-aperture, sin- 
gle-mirror view finder. 1,4.S0.140; Jan. 8. 

Anderson, William E., Jamestown, N. Y. Paring knife. 
1,483.063; Feb. 12. 

Anderson, William F., Torrlngton, Wyo. Vise. 1,479,441 ; 

Jan. 1. 
Anderson, William M.. Minneapolis, Minn. Expansion 
and compensating device for valve-actuating mecha- 
nism. l,5i:!,719; Oct. 28. 
Anderson, William M., New York Mills. Minn. Trouble 

lamp for automobiles. 1,484.458 ; Feb. 19. 
Andersson. Nils F. F. (See LJnngstriim, F., and An- 
dersson.) 



Andersson, Rupert, Skarblacka, Sweden. Automatic in- 
terrupter for electric heating apparatus. 1,489,103 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Andersson, Wilhelm, Pearson, Wash. Self-soaping wash- 
board. 1.486,003 ; Mar. 4. 

Andis, Matthew, Kacine, Wis. Electrically-operated hair 
clipper. 1,504,595 ; Aug. 12. 

Andler, William, Chicago, 111. Door construction. 
1,520,686 ; Dec. 30. 

Andrade, Cipriano, jr., New York, N. Y. Differential. 
1,505,124 ; Aug. 19. 

Andrade, Cipriano, jr.. New York, N. Y. Control member 
for differentials. 1,505,687 ; Aug. 19. 

Andre, Gustaf E., Chicago, 111. Wringer. 1,479,491; 
Jan. 1. 

Aiidna, F. A. D., Inc. (See Sieweck, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Andreano, Pasquale, AUentown, Pa. Thread cutter for 
loom shuttles. 1,493,226; May 6. 

Andreas, Frederick, St. Louis, Mo. Door fastener. 
1,516,692 ; Nov. 25. 

Andreas, Frederick, assignor to Bridge & Beach Manu- 
facturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Hot-air-furnace 
casing. 1,496,968 ; June 10. 

Andreau, Jean E., I'aris, France. Apparatus for syn- 
chronizing cinematograph projections with music, sing- 
ing, or the like. 1,497,471 ; June 10. 

Andreck, Adam, and F. Rubczynski, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada. Cue holder. 1,481,949 ; Jan. 29. 

Andreini, Corrado, Grosseto, Italy. Pump of variable 
resistance. 1,518,833; Dec. 9. 

Andren, Birger T., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Mechanism for positioning and actu- 
ating special machines and tools. 1,491,182 ; Apr. 22. 

Andresen, Halvor. assignor to The Vacuum Muffler Cor- 
poration. New York, N. Y. Muffler. 1,515,323 ; Nov. 11. 

Andress, Frank J., assignor to G. and B. Weil, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Sterilizing food and beverage products. 
1,497,657 ; June 10. 

Andress, John S., jr.. Palmetto, Fla. Plow attachment 
for tractors. 1,512,737 ; Oct. 21. 

Andreu, Paul, and R. Paquet, Paris, France. Fixation of 
nitrogen by means of titanium and its transformation 
into industrial products. 1,487,521 ; Mar. 18. 

Andreucci, Carlo, Rome, Italy. Flycatcher. 1,484,369; 
Feb. 19. 

Andrew, John, Concord, N. H. Lasting stand. 1,494,570 ; 
May 20. 

Andrews, Albert, Sheridan, Wyo. Transmission mech- 
anism. 1,519,895; Dec. 16. 

Andrews, Albert, Sheridan, Wyo., assignor to Andrews 
Worm Transmission Corporation. Transmission mech- 
anism. 1,479,167 ; Jan. 1. 

Andrews, Bruce G. and H., Yuma, Colo. Turning auto- 
mobile headlights. 1.507,268 ; Sept. 2. 

Andrews Crane Corporation. (See Andrews, Donald S., 
assignor.) 

Andrews Crane Corporation. (See Wyllie, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Andrews, Donald S., assignor to Andrews Crane Corpo- 
ration, Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying de- 
vice. 1,501,035 ; July 15. 

Andrews, Donald S., assignor to Andrews Crane Corpo- 
ration, Cleveland, Ohio. Ship loading and unloading 
system. 1,521,266 ; Dec. 30. 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111,, assignor to Universal 
Engineering Company, Maywood, 111. Carburetor. 
1,485,547; Mar. 4. 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, and R. E, Acre, Wheaton, 
III. Valve for two-cycle internal-combustion engines. 
1.490,305 ; Apr. 15. 

Andrews, Frank W., Wapakoneta, Ohio. Purification of 
sulphur dioxide. 1,506,963; Sept. 2. 

.Andrews, Frank W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Superior Refrigerating Company, Wapakoneta, 
Ohio. Thermoelectric apparatus. 1,506,962 ; Sept. 2. 

Andrews, Frederick A., Hrooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
Esmond Mills, Sniithfiold, R. I. Blanket. Des, 64,230; 
Mar. IS. 

Andrews, Frederick A., Brooklvn. N. Y., assignor to 
E.smond Mills, Smithfield, R. I. Blanket. Des. 64,231; 
Mar. IS. 

Andrews, Frederick A., Brooklvn. N. Y., assignor to 
Esmond Mills, Smithfield, R. I. Blanket. Des, 64,232; 
Mar. IS, 

Andrews, Frederick A.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
Esmond Mills, Smithfield, R. I. Blanket. Des. 64,233 ; 
Mar. 18. 

.Andrews, Frederick A.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
Esmond Mills, Smithfield. R. I. Blanket. Des. 64,234 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Andrews, Frederick .-\.. Brooklvn, N, Y,, assignor to 
Esmond Mills, Smithfield, R. I. Blanket. Des, C4.235 ; 
Mar. IS. 

Andrews. Frederick A., Pequannock, N. .T., assignor to 
The Esmond Mills, New York, N. Y. Blanket or simi- 
lar article. Des. 65,765 : Oct. 14. 
.Andrews, Harry. (See .\ndrews, Bruce G. and H.) 
.\ndrews, Harry. (See Faria, George R., assignor.) 
Andrews, Harry D.. Cheyenne, Wyo. Doughnut holder. 

1.487.909; Mar. 25, 
Andrews. Henrv J., and J, ^I. I.andenherger, Fort Wayne, 
Ind. Truck. 1,482,105; Jan. 29. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphahetical list of paienfees— Continued. 



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Andrews, James A. (See Herbert, J. W., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, James A., San Francisco, Calif, .\li-weatlier 
guard for outside doors. 1,497,886 ; June 17. 

Andrews, James C, Gainesville, Fla. Badge or similar 
articl«. Des. 65,793 : Oct. 21. 

Andrews, Joseph F., Memphis, Tenn. Fountain brush. 
1,.501,089; Jul.v lii. 

Andrews, Launcelot W., Chicago, and L. D. Mathias, 
Chicago Heights, 111. Composition for flreprooflng and 
other purposes. 1,501,895 ; July 22. 

Andrews, Lawrence W., Kansas City, Mo. Oil pump. 
1,521,267; Dec. 30. 

Andrews, Marion A., Yuma, Ariz. Door fastener. 
1,487,522; Mar. 18. 

Andrews Milling Company. (See Short, J. R., and Hunt, 
assignors.) 

Andrews, Oscar, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Re- 
silient wheel. 1,498,603 ; June 24. 

Andrews, Percy J., Warwick, R. I. Cylinder lining. 
1,512,570; Oct. 21. 

Andrews, R. C., et al. (See McCauley, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Andrews, Russell J., Denver, Colo. Automatic siphon. 
1,499,568; July 1. 

Andrews, Searle E., Washington, D. C. Tank. 1,487,426 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Andrews Worm Transmission Corporation. (See Andrews, 
Albert, assignor.) 

Andrick, Wallace P., Hohokus, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone-exchange system. 1,484,751 ; Feb. 26. 

Andrick, Wallace P., Hohokus, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone system. 1,494,878 ; May 20. 

Audiick, Wallace P., Hohouus, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Switching circuit for radio and similar systems. 
1,504,204; Aug. 12. 

Andrioli, Vittorio, Schenectady, N. Y. Boiler-pipe con- 
nection. 1,482,060; Jan. 29. 

Andrus, Franklin B., Chicago, 111. Bucket conveyer. 
1,518,951 ; Dec. 9. 

Andrysiak, Wladyslaw S., South Bend, Ind. Intensifler 
for burners. 1,511,045 ; Oct. 7. 

Andrzejewski, Stephen, assignor of one-half to B. De 
Haan, Grand Rapids, Mich. Finishing or polishing 
mechanism. 1,498,337 ; June 17. 

Anekee, John, Cleveland, Ohio. Cotter-pin spreader. 
1,516,877 ; Nov. 25. 

Angel, Klmer C, East Palestine, Ohio. Rim lock. 
1,495,546; May 27. 

Angel International Corporation. (See Stanley, Irving, 
assignor.) 

Angeli, Anacleto, West Frankfort, 111. Fencepost. 
1,508,050 ; Sept. 16. 

Angelillo, Salvatore, Plaptsville, Conn. Tire chain. 
1,503,292 ; July 29. 

Angelini, Oreste, Rome, Italy. Microphone. 1,493,415 ; 
May 6. 

Angeli, Albert, .ir., Wilmette, assignor to Rosenbaum 
Brothers, Inc., Chicago, 111. Poultry feeder. 1,518,891 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Angeli, Chester M., assignor to Vesta Battery Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Storage-battery container or similar 
article. Des. 64,295 ; Mar. 25. 

Angeli, Chester M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Vesta Bat- 
tery Corporation. Storage-battery container or similar 
article. Des. 65,461 ; Aug. 26. 

Angeli, Chester M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Vesta Bat- 
tery Corporation. Clamp for lead molds. 1,486,622 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Angeli, Chester M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Vesta Bat- 
tery Corporation. System for making lead castings. 
1,515,137 ; Nov. 11. 

.\ngell, Edwin R., Oregon City, Oreg. Antidraft. 
1,511,701; Oct. 14. 

Angelsberg, lona H. (See Evans, C. E., and Angelsberg.) 

Angler, Edward H. (See Wheildon, William M., assignor.) 

Angler, Edward H., Framingham, Mass. Package. 
1,495,145; May 27. 

Angier, Edward H., Framingham, Mass. Elastic paper 
sheathing and producing the same. 1,507,949 ; Sept. 9. 

Angier, Edward H., Framingham, Mass. Window cur- 
tain. 1,508,759 ; Sept. 16. 

Angier, Edward H., and W. M. Whoildon, Framingham. 
Mass. ; said Wheildon assignor to said Angier. Package. 
1,504,733 ; Aug. 12. 

Anglada, Domingo, New York, N. Y., assignor to Wolf 
Safety Lamp Co. of America, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Acetylene generator. 1,481,079 ; Jan. 15. 

Anglada, Joseph A., Jenkintown, Pa. Motor mounting 
and driving connection for motor vehicles. 1,481,405 ; 
Jan. 22. 

Anglada, Joseph A., Jenkintown, Pa. Reduction gearing 
for motor vehicles. 3,405,238; May 27. 

Anglada, Joseph A., Jenkintown, Pa. Motor vehicle. 
1,498,338; June 17. 

Anglada, Joseph A., .Jenkintown, Pa. Reduction gearing. 
1,509.411 ; Sept. 23. 

Angle Brace Collapsible Box Company Ltd. (See Roberts, 
Richard II., assignor.) 

Angle Bumper Corporation, The. (See Price, Frank E., 
assignor.) 



Angle, John M., and W. R. Lynn, Allen, Tes. Turntable 
attachment. 1,495,834 ; May 27. 

Anglemyer, Carl M. (See Coffman, W. P., and Angle- 
myer.) 

Anglo-American Mill Company. (See Mayhew, Mark J., 
assignor.) 

Angold, Arthur E. (See Railing, A. H., and Angold.) 

Angst, Adolf, SchafChausen, Switzerland. Safety razor. 
1.479,690; Jan. 1. 

Angsten, Henry W.. Michigan City, Ind. Wheel con- 

. struction. 1,507,-359 ; Sept. 2. 

Angstriim, Hilding K., Malmo, Sweden. Thrust bearing. 
1,493,416; May 6. 

Angus, Arthur R., Minehead, England. Railway safe- 
running device. 1,483,066; Feb. 12. 

Angus, Arthur R., Minehead, England. Railway safe-run- 
ning device. 1,494,206 ; May 13. 

.ingus, Arthur R., London, England. Railway safe-run- 
ning device. 1,484,349 ; Feb. 19. 

Angus, Arthur II., London, England. Railway safe-run- 
ning device. 1,485,108 ; Feb. 26. 

Angus, Arthur R., London, England. Control of railwav 
trains. 1,486,558; Mar. 11. 

Angus, Arthur R., Stockholm, Sweden. Control of rail- 
way trains. 1,485,943 ; Mar. 4. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Resistance meter. 
1,506,552; Aug. 26. 

.4ngus, William, deceased, by C. J. Nichols, executor, 
London, England. Extension table. 1,512,266 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Anibal, Benjamin H., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Recoil check for use with 
automobiles. 1,508,739; Sept. 16. 

Anjow, Koji, Tokyo-fu, assignor to Mitsubishi Kogyo 
Kabnshlki Kaisha, Tokyo, Japan. Producing tungsten 
oxide from tungsten ores. 1,483,567 ; Feb. 12. 

Ankeny, Arthur W., Indiana, and R. H. Ankeny, Apollo, 
Pa. Ventilator attachment for ~ water - closets. 
1.520,554; Dec. 23. 

.\nkeny. Roy II. (See Ankeny, Arthur W., and R. H.) 

Annin & Co. (See Chandler, Digby W., jr., assignor.) 

Anninger, Mario, Trieste, Italy. Electricity meter. 
1,481,335; Jan. 22. 

Ansart, Louis L., assignor to Underwood Computing Ma- 
chine Company, New York, N. Y. Combined typewrit- 
ing and computing machine. 1,499,326; July 1. 

.\nschell, Sidney C, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for pack- 
aging confections. 1,491,183 ; Apr. 22. 

.\nschell, Sidney C, Chicago, 111., assignor to The Folly 
Town Company. Carton. Des. 65,718 ; Oct. 7. 

Anschiitz, Carl, assignor to G. Korngbel, Cassel, Ger- 
many. Device for automatically regulating the draft 
in chimneys, smoke flues, or other similar appliances, 
1,514,028 : Nov. 4. 

.\nschiltz & Co. (See Schuler, Max, assignor.) 

Anschutz, John, Washington, D. C. Bread toaster, 
1,502,894; July 29 

Ansco I'hotoproducts, Incorporated. (See Bornmann, 
Carl, assignor.) 

.-Vnsco Photoproducts, Incorporated. (See Bornmann, 
Carl A., jr., assignor.) 

Ansco Photoprofiucts, Inc. (See Clark, E. C, and Pol- 
hemus, assignors.) 

."insco Photoproducts, Incorporated. (See Furry, Edmond 
G., assignor.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Pawley, John B., as- 
signor.) 

Ansel, Joseph S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Collapsible bathtub. 
1,501,833 : July 15. 

.\nselmi, Carlos, and M. Viturro, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
Refrigerating means for cinematographic apparatus. 
1,507,360 ; Sept. 2. 

Anselmi, Carlos, and M. Viturro, Buenos .iires, Argen- 
tina. Intermittent driving means in cinematographic 
apparatus. 1,509,092 ; Sept. 23. 

Anshen, Louis J., Providence, R. I. Finger ring. Des. 
64,332; Apr. 1. 

Anshen, Louis J., Providence, R. I. Clasp or similar 
article. Des. 64.3:^3 ; Apr. 1. 

Anshen, Louis J., Providence, R. I. Finger ring. Des. 

64.831 ; June 10. 

Anshen, Louis J., Providence, R. I. Finger ring. Des. 

64.832 : June 10. 

Anson, Harry E., Milwaukee, Wis. Heating device for 

primers. 1,489,513 ; Apr. 8. 
Ansonla Clock Co. (Seo Treiranzn. Howard J., nssiirnor.) 
Ansonia O c& C Co., The. (See Morton, Frederic C, as- 
signor.) 
Anstice, Josiah, & Co. (See Anstice, M. R., and Hazard, 

assignors.) 
.\nstice, Mortimer R., and G. E. Hazard, assignors to 

Josiah Anstice <& Co., Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Continuous 

bread slicer. 1,488,307; Mar. 25. 
Anstock, Roy P., Mahanoy City, Pa. Drawing apparatus. 

1.479.691; Jan. 1. 
Antelml, Gaotano, Brooklyn, N. Y. Novelty coin case for 

bathers. 1,486,178; Mar. 11. 
Antholz, ITonrv W.. McDonald, Knns. Straw spreader. 

1.493,590; l\iny 13. 
.Viithony, Alois, Baltimore, Md. Woodworking machine. 

1.. 501, 429 : July 1."). 
.\Mlhony Company. (See Anthony, William C, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Anthony, David S., San Antonio, Tex. Boriug-bar holder. 
1,48(5,407 ; Mar. 11. 

Anthony, David S., San Antonio, Tex. Boring bar. 
l,4SG,40b ; Mar. 11. 

Anthony, Earle C, Inc. (See MacArthur, Blanche A., 
assignor.) 

Anthony, Herbert C, Newcastle-upou-Tyne, England. Ro- 
tary strainer. 1,510,603 ; Nov. 25. 

Anthony, Herbert C, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. 
Strainer or filtering device for water and other liquids. 
1,513,878 ; Nov. 4. 

Anthony, James T., New Tork, N. Y. Washing machine. 
1,481,115; Jan. 15. 

Anthony, Leon P., and R. W. Reynolds. Los Angeles, Calif. 
JIachine for deshelling nuts. 1.510,575 ; Oct. 7. 

Anthony, Marcus O., Cleveland, assignor to The Cincin- 
nati Tag Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Pin ticket. 1,489,686 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Anthony, Marcus O., New Xork, N. Y., assignor to Con- 
tinental Engineeriug Corporation, Omaha, Nebr. Valve- 
rotating mechanism. 1,520.272 ; Dec. 23. 

Anthony, Marcus O., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Con- 
tinental Engineering Corporation, Omaha, Nebr. Ro- 
tary valve. 1.520.273 ; Dec. 23. 

Anthony, Martin M., Harrisonville, Mo. Transferring 
device for railway motor cars. 1,500,213 ; Aug. 26. 

Anthony, Rowland B. (See Mathesou, Murdock, as- 
signor.) 

Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Company, 
Streator, 111. Elevating shovel. 1,514,817 ; Nov. 11. 

Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Company, 
Streator, 111. Elevating shovel. 1,514,818 ; Nov. 11. 

Anthracite Motor Sales Co. (See I'eifer, Guy U., as- 
signor.) 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Becker, John H., 
assignor.) 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Antiiracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, Frank, jr., 
assignor.) 

Anti-Corrosion Engineering Company. (See Musselman, 
Joseph F., assignor.) 

Anti-Corrosion Engineering Company. (See West, P., 
and Mason, assignors.) 

Antidolor Mfg. Co., The. (See Waite, Ralph B., as- 
signor.) 

Antilotti, William A., and E. C. Jones, Atlanta, Ga. 
Demountable-rim lug. 1,503,342 ; July 29. 

Antoni, Guido and U., i'lorence, Italy. Aeroplane. 
1,500,358; July 8. 

Antoni, Ugo. (See Antoni, Guido and U.) 

Antonio, Paul, New York, N. Y. Drawer. 1,504,925 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Antouuitis, Joseph. (See Ozerowicz, Alexander, as- 
signor.) 

Antrim, William D., assignor to Welsbach Company, 
Gloucester, N. J. Heater. 1,506,964 ; Sept. 2. 

Antiim, Wiliiam D., and R. Fehrenbach, assignors to 
Welsbach Company, Gloucester, N. J. Heater. Des. 
64.334 : Apr. 1. 

Anundi, Matt, Clatskanie, Oreg. Electrically-illuminated 
buoy. 1,481,583; Jan. 22. 

AnzbOck, Oskar, Vienna, Austria, and F. Hoogendoorn, 
Dusseldorf, Germany. Lubricating and tightening 
composition from peat. 1,485,944 ; Mar. 4. 

Aoyagi, Eiji. Kyoto, Japan. Electrometallurgical process 
for manufacture of ductile bodies of high-fusing metals 
and alloys of same. 1,500,789; July 8. 

Apatow, Simon L., New York, N. Y. Brush. 1,487,523 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Apel, Frederick H. (See Pecorella, A., Patricolo, and 
Apel.) 

Apex Appliance Comiwny. (See Swanson, Carl W., as- 
signor.) 

Apex Specialties Corporation. (See Johnson, Edward A., 
assignor.) 

Apfelbanra, Frederick A., Woodmere, N. Y. Display ap- 
paratus. 1,498,004; June 17. 

Apgar, Mary L. (See Diskant, J., Schubel, and ,\pgar.i 

Apgar, Stanley. (See Hanks, G. R., Apgar, Bench, and 
Bldwell.) 

Apolant, Stanley L., Jersey City, N. J. Performing skin- 
grafting operations and surgical instruments used 
tborofor. 1 ..''ilG.071 ; Nov. 18. 

Apollo Piano Company. (See Rauworth, Edwin S., as- 
signor.) 

Apostolslu, John, Detroit, Mich. Game board. 1,487.137 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Ajipel, Daniel, Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Cleve- 
land-Akron Bag Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Square- 
bottom paper bag. 1,484.383 ; Feb. 19. 

Appi'l, George C. Newport, Ky., assignor of one-half to 
.T. Webb, Cincinnati, Olilo. Combination tool. 
1,520,670; Doc. 2.3. 

Appel, Henry, Waterloo, Iowa. Grain sprouter. 
1,493,722; May 13. 

Appelberg, Axel O., assignor to Aktiebolaget Birka Reg- 
ulator, Stockholm, Sweden. Thermostatic switch. 
1,497,315; June 10. 

Apper.son, Alvie G., and M. Wolfle, San FrancLsco, Calif. 
Amusement devioe. 1,484,752; Feb. 26. 

Apple, Arthur N., Chicago, 111. Display basket. 1,493,948 ; 
May 13. 



Apple, Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Commutator brush and 
making it. 1,507,506 ; Sept. 9. 

Applebaum, Samuel K., New York, N. Y. Suppository- 
making maciiine. 1,507,303 ; Sept. 2. 

Appleby, Thomas, Philadelphia, assignor of one-third to 
C. I). Ehrct, Mount Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. Battery. 
1,491,330 ; Apr. 22. 

Appleby, William U., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Buffer. 
1,497,748 ; June 17. 

Appleby, AVilliam H., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Bethle- 
hem Steel Comijany, Bethlehem, Pa. Steam hot plate. 
1,490,721 ; Apr. 15. 

Applegate, William S., Mays Landing, N. J. Attach- 
ment for dobby looms. 1,489,514 ; Apr. 8. 

Appier, Abraham B. (See Ditmore, G. \V., Appier, ana 
SclioU. J 

Appier, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Magnifying implement. 
1,479,885; Jan. 8. 

Appleton, Albert I., et al. (See Nayer, Carl F., assignor.) 

Appleton Electric Co. (See Anderson, Ernst G. K., as- 
signor.) 

Appleton Electric Co. (See Anderson, E. G. K., and 
Swanson, assignors.) 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Ryden, Axel, assignor.) 

Ajjpletou, Ernest G., assignor to Chicago Fuse Mfg. Co., 
Chicago, 111. RefiUable cartridge fuse. 1,485,822 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Appleton, Ernst G., assignor to Roach-Appleton Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical connecting 
fixture. 1,519,651; Dec. 16. 

Appleton, Wilbur H., assignor to Western Metals Com- 
pany, Spokane, Wash. Centrifugal amalgamation and 
precipitation of gold and silver. 1,481,311 ; Jan. 22. 

Appleton Wire Works. (See Weissenborn, Albert B., as- 
signor. ) 

Apted, Alfred H., Grand Rapids, Mich. Ball tube mill. 
1,513.952; Nov. 4. 

Arado, Frank J., assignor to The United Fig & Date 
Company, Chicago, 111. Choppcd-uut dispenser. 
1.511,821; Oct. 14. 

Arakelian, John H., Turlock, Calif. Tray stacker. 
1,493,723 ; May 13. 

Araki, Kenichi, Honolulu, Hawaii. Chimney protector. 
1,491,654 ; Apr. 22. 

Aralf. .lo.soph, et al. (See Goldstein, B., and Mastrarrigo, 
assignors.) 

Aram, Otto, Essington, Pa., assignor to WestingUouse 
Electric and Manufacturing Company. Stoker mech- 
anism. 1,512.812; Oct. 21. 

Aramiau. Garabed. I'hiladelphia, Pa. Toy whistle. 
1,499,282 ; June 24. 

Arave, Daniel W., Pocatello, Idaho. Weather - strip 
guide. 1.507,224 ; Sept. 2. 

Arbetter Felling Machine Co. (See Gruman, Horace F., 
assignor.) 

Arbetter Felling Machine Co. (See Moulton, Harley C, 
assignor.) 

Arbetter Felling Machine Company. (See Mueller, 
Charles W.. assignor.) 

Arbogast, William H., assignor to W. McElwee, Dun- 
more, W. Va. Pliers. 1,497,969; June 17. 

Arbon, Paul, Tulsa, Okla. Cable cutter. 1,491,022; 
Apr. 22. 

Arcade Manufacturing Company. (See Morgan, Hazen 
C, assignor.) 

Arcade Manufacturing Company. (See Trueblood, By- 
ram C, assignor.) 

.Vrcani. ndniingo. La Plata. Argentina. Automatic 
switch for point blades. 1,515,587 ; Nov. 18. 

Arcaro. Harry G., Pittsburgh, Pa. Wash baskets. 
1.521.414 ; Dec. 30. 

.\rcas Brass and Iron Company. (See Ross, Thomas H., 
assignor.) 

Archambault, Louis J., Chicago, III. Apparatus for clari- 
f.ving llc,uids. 1,483,266 ; Feb. 12. 

Archer. Calvert B. (See Sindler, Jay J., assignor.) 

Archer, Charles E., Sumter, S. C. Brake. 1,504,308; 
Aug. 12. 

Archer, Frank, Erie, Pa. Vehicle wheel rim. 1,498,899; 
June 24. 

Archer, Frank, Erie, Pa. Wheel rim. 1,516.904; Nov. 25. 

Archer. John F., Trinidad, Colo. .Automobile signal. 
1.. 503,1 03; July 29. 

Archer, Plato, Jeannette, Pa. Annealing box for lenses 
or the like. 1,514,122; Nov. 4. 

.-Vrcher, Robert S. (See Jeffries, Z., and Archer.) 

.ircht-r. West D., Coconut Grove, Fla. Hook. 1..d05,235 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Arcblok Looseleaf Company, The. (See Alden, Earle G., 
assignor.) 

.\r<'idi!icono. Concetto, New Y'ork, N. Y. Vehicle fender. 
1,495,835; May 27. 

Ardell. Eramett A., Pueblo, Colo. Building brick. 
1,519.099 ; Dec. 16. 

Arden Mills. Inc. (See Feldman. Harold B., assignor.) 

Ardery, Glen L., Woonsocket, S. Dak. Phonograph stop. 
1.508.7G0; Sept. 16. 

Ardin, Lucien. (See Sauv(5, L., and Ardin.) 

.\rdo\inn, .Ari.^tido. Naples. Italv. Combined alarm clock 
and article heater. 1,513.685 : Oct. 28. 

.Arelt, Charles, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Inde- 
pendent Paper Mills. Inc.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Paper- 
folding machine. 1.480,236; Jon. 8. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



25 



Arelt, Charles, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Inde- 
pendent Paper Mills, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Holder for 
stacks of sheets. 1,505,688; Aug. 19. 

Arelt, Charles, assignor to Independent Paper Mills, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Dispensing cabinet. 1,513,792 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Arendale, James BI., Birmingham, Ala. Safety device 
■for crossings. 1,512,441 ; Oct. 21. 

Arends, Joseph H., Chicago. 111. Automatic stop and 
replaying device. 1,517,387 ; Dec. 2. 

Arenz, Frank C, Milwaukee, Wis. Flask pin. 1,479,579 ; 
Jan. 1. 

Arey, Fred C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Horlick's Malted 
Milk Company, Racine, Wis. Bottle-topping means. 
1,510,913 ; Oct. 7. 

Argabright, Lauzy C, Blacksburg, \'a. Mail-bag catcher. 
1,514,414 ; Nov. 4. • 

Argust, Wardie C. (See Mullens, C. P., and Argust.) 

Argy, William P., Turners Falls, Mass., assignor to In- 
ternational Paper Company. Valve mechanism. 
1,510,129 ; Sept. 30. 

Ariente, Peter J., Saylesville, and L. Flick, Providence, 
assignors to Sayles Finishing Plants, Inc., Saylesville, 
R. I. Ornamented fabrics and ornamentation. 
1,495,146 ; May 27. 

Arimitsu, Toshiichi, Yokohama, assignor to Nippon 
Yusen Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan. Azimuth ruler. 
1,488,899; Apr. 1. 

Ario., Frank. (See Kelly, E. P., Champlin, and Ario.) 

Arista Manufacturing Company. (See Christmas, Wil- 
liam W., assignor.) 

Arkell Safety Bag Company. (See Robinson, Francis T., 
assignor.) 

Arkley, John O., Garden Grove, Calif. Drawbar harrow 
lift. 1,497,257; June 10. 

Arkus. Harry J., Philadelphia, Pa. Toothbrush. 
1,492,660; May 6. 

Arlaud, Freddie. (See Childers, J. L., and Arlaud.) 

Arledter, Herman, Tunbridge Wells, England. Beating or 
comminuting or pulping machinery for paper making 
and other like purposes. 1,515,423 ; Nov. 11. 

Arlin, Karl. (See Maki, O., and Anln.) 

Arma I'-ii^iueerim; Co. (See Welsh, John T., assignor.) 

Atoand Company, The. (See Stevens, Frank M., as- 
signor.) 

Armato, Melchior, Chicago, 111. Solderless-can-capping 
machine. 1,497,830 ; June 17. 

Armature Rewinding Company. (See McCord, Claude 
M., assignor.) 

Armentrout, Arthur L., Whittler, Calif;, assignor of one- 
half to The Guiberson Corporation, Dallas, Tex. Pis- 
ton structure. 1,-508,264 : Sept. 9. 

Armington, Arthur A., et al, executors. (See Wardwell, 
Simon W.) 

Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, Ohio. Tractor trans- 
mission unit. 1,492,623 ; May 6. 

Armington Engineering Company, The. (See Arming- 
ton, George A., assignor.) 

Armington, George A., Wickliffe, assignor to The Arm- 
ington Engineering Company, Euclid, Ohio. Trolley. 
3,489,104 ; Apr. 1. 

Armington, Stewart F., Wickliffe, assignor to The Arm- 
ington Engineering Company, Euclid, Ohio. Stop and 
look mechanism for trolley systems. 1,489.105; Apr. 1. 

Armistead, Clarence L., and S. F. Bates, Sullivan, as- 
signors of one-third to J. R. Farrar and E. E. Mathias. 
Leslie, Mo. Egg candler. 1,519.896 ; Dec. 16. 

Armitage, Cyrus W., Canby, Minn. Ladder bracket. 
1,501,298; July 15. 

Armitage, Maijorie B., Colorado Springs, Colo. Child's 
vehicle. 1,516,321 ; Nov. 18. 

Armour Fertilizer Works. (See Meyers, Herbert H., as- 
signor.) 

Arm.'itrong Bros. Tool Co. (See Larson, John V., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Byron R., Delphos, Ohio. Wrench. 1,515,536 ; 

Nov. 11. 
Armstrong, C. G., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Armstrong, Clifford G., assignor.) 
Armstrong, Claude K., Princeton, W. Va. Mop. 

1,500,042 ; July 1. 
Armstrong, Claude K., Princeton, W. Va. Merry-go- 
round. 1,521.498 ; Dec. 30. 
Armstrong, Clifford G., assignor to The C. G. Armstrong 

Manufacturing Company, Meriden, Conn. Belt clasp. 

1,505,125: Aug. 19. 
Arnistronf? Cork Company. (See Humphreys, Charles F., 

a.s.signnr.) 
Armstrong, Edward P., Portland, Oreg. Saw swage. 

1.492,152; Apr. 29. 
Armstrong, Edward P., Portland, Oreg. Saw-sharpening 

machine. 1,502,085 ; July 22. 
Anusti'oiig, Edward R., I'hiladolphin, Pa. Sea station. 

1,511,153: Oct. 7. 
Armstrong, Edward R., assignor to F. O. Sehoodinger, 

Columl)us, Oliio. Ventilator for metallic walls. 

1.509,332 : Sept. 23. 
Armsftrong, Edwin II. (See Pupin, M. I., and Arm- 
strong.) 
Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Erie Steam Shovol 

Compiiuy, Erie, Pa. Hoisting apparalius. 1,516,878; 

Nov. 25. 



Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Erie Steam Shovel 
Company, Erie, Pa. Excavating device. 1,519,101 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Armstrong, George M., Baltimore, Md. Grip for playing 
clubs. 1,488,900 ; Apr. 1. 

Armstrong, George M., Baltimore, Md. Device for ap- 
plying grips. 1,488,901 ; Apr. 1. 

Armstrong, Harry Y., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor of one- 
half to W. L. Hall, Chicago, 111. Wrapping, machine. 
1,508,637 ; Sept. 16. 

Armstrong, Harry Y., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor of one- 
half to W. L. Hall, Chicago, 111. Method of and ma- 
chine for making envelopes. 1,516,905 ; Nov. 25. 

Armstrong. Henry C, Ashland, Wis. Ironing board. 
1,511,098; Oct. 7. 

Armstrong, James A., et al. (See Eacrett, Alfred L., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong, James P., and J. V. Armstrong, Lancaster, 
N. Y. Clock escapement. 1,503,104 ; July 29. 

Armstrong, James R., Pittsburgh, and T. B. Wylie, Belle- 
vue. Pa. Integrating and registering device for fluid 
meters. 1.515.988; Nov. 18. 

Armstrong, John J., Los Angeles, Calif. Calandria 
1.514,819 ; Nov. 11. 

Armstrong, John J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to R. B. Booth, Honolulu, Hawaii. Hose coupling. 
1,482,722; Feb. 5. 

Armstrong, Joseph. (See Braemer, W. G. R., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong, Joseph. (See Comlns, F. B., and Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, Joseph, Maiden, assignor to American Mois- 
tening Company, Boston, Mass. Thermostatic relay 
valve. 1,492,115 ; Apr. 29. 

Armstrong, Joseph, Maiden, assignor to American Mois- 
tening Company, Boston, Mass. Humidifying system. 
1,500,481 ; July 8. 

Armstrong, Joseph V. (See Armstrong, James P. and 
J. V.) 

Armstrong, Kinney, Fayetteville, Ark. Emergencv axle 
spindle. 1.479.273 : Jan. 1. 

Armstrong, Lavanda M., Peoria, assignor to Wm. J. H. 
Strong, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for supplying air to 
occuoants of aircraft. 1,511,489 ; Oct. 14. 

Armstrong Machine Works. (See Goff, Leonard D., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Manufacturing Company. (See Watson, 
George R., assignor.) 

Armstrong, I?ercy A. E. (See Corning, E., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Loudonville, N. Y. Electrical 
cutting of metals. 1.481,854 ; Jan. 29. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Loudonville, N. Y'. Electrical 
furnace and removable heating unit therefor. 
1,495.503: May 27. 

Armstrong, Percv A. E., Loudonville, N. Y. Alloy steel for 
metal-cutting tools. 1,496,980; .Tune 10. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Loudonville, assignor tc 
Ludlum Steel Company, Watervliet, N. Y. Heat-re- 
sisting articles of alloy steel. 1,495,504; May 27. 

Armstrong. Percy A. E., Loudonville, assignor to Lud- 
lum Steel Company, Watervliet. N. Y. Carburizing 
box and the like and making same. 1.502.973 : 
July 29. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E.. Loudonville, and R. P. De 
A''ries, Newtonville, assignors to Ludlum Steel Com- 
pany, Watervliet, N. Y. Tough stable-surface alloy 
steel. 1,513.793: Nov. 4. 

.'Armstrong. Philip M.. Hackensack. N. J., assignor to The 
Havwarrt Company, New Y'ork. N. Y. Bucket. 
1.481,336: Jan. 22. 

Armstrong, Samuel A. (See Blackburn, A. H., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong. Samuel E.. Washington, D. C. Spring at- 
tachment for accelerator pedals. 1,483,625; Fob. 12. 

Armstrong Riddelpy Motors Limited. (See Green, Fred- 
erick M., assignor.) 

Armstrong. Stanley E., and E. J. Govette, Oakland, Calif. 
Thrust bearing. 1,504.309; Aug. 12. 

Armstrong, Victor C, New York, N. Y., and E. L. Groff, 
Washincrton, D. C. assignors to The Rail .Joint Com- 
pany, Now York. N. Y. Lightened construction for 
rail lolnts. 1,480,487: .Tan. 8. 

.Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whltworth and Company. (See 
T.pf. H. W., nnd Swindnle. assignors,) 

.\rmstrong, Walter G., assignor to The American Tube 
and Stamnincr Comp.inv.' Bridgeport, Conn. Lifting 
.lack. 1,503,343: July 29. 

Armstrong. Walter G.. assignor to The American Tube 
and Stamping Company. Bridgeport, Conn. Lifting 
Jack. 1.511.209; Oct. 14. 

Armslronir. William, Drinkwntor. Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Flying maoliine. 1.501.299 : July 15. 

Armstrong, William A. (Sop Zerga, Charles, assignor. 1 

Amnndez, Yves, New Iberia, I>a. Scrubbnish holder, 
i.'in^.no.q : Ar,nv ^o 

Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio. Shock absorber. 
1,503,012 ; Aug. 5. 

,\ni(U. Frnnklin E., assignor to The Gallon Iron Works & 
Mfg. Co., Gallon, Ohio. Stone spreader. 1,484.459; 
Vrh. in. 

Arndt, Franklin E,, assignor to The Gallon Iron Works 
and Manufacturing Conrpanv. Galion. Ohio. Adjust- 
able stone distributor. 1,513,208 ; Oct. 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Contin\\c(]. 



Arudt, Franklin E., assignor to Tlie Gallon Iron Works & 

Mff,'. Co., Ualion, Ohio. Stone distributor and spreader. 

1,488.857 : Apr. 1. 
Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Gallon Iron Works & 

Mfff. Co., Gallon, Ohio. Elevator or conveyer. 

1.4SS.S58 : .\pr. 1. 
Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Gallon Iron Works 

& Mfg. Co., Gallon, Ohio. Stone distributor and leveler. 

1,502,007 : July 22. 
Arndt. Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works 

& Mf^'. Co., Gallon, Ohio. Steering mechanism for 

road trraders. 1,518.681 ; Dec. 9. 
Arndt, Henry. (See Montgomery, Clifton E., assignor.) 
Arndt, John P., assignor to Line Material Company, 

South Milwaukee, Wis. Fuse. 1.509. 185 : Sept. 2H. 
Arndt, John S., Denver, Colo. Pipe cleaner. 1,498,773 ; 

June 24. 
Arndt, Otto H., Clintonville, Wis. Crutch. 1,505,081 ; 

Aug. 19. 
Arner, Joseph, Washington, D. C. Transmission. 

1,513.879 ; Nov. 4. 
Arneson, Charles E., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Shock ab- 
sorber. 1,513,086: Oct. 28. 
Arnet, Victor L., New York, N. Y. Hat protector. 

1,511,313; Oct. 14. 
Arnett, Lex C, Clinton, Ind. Dental impression tray. 

1,493,417 ; May 6. 
Arnhorst, Charles F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. . Y. 

Serving or insulating machine. 1,485,662 ; Mar. 4. 
Arnold, Albert V. (See Martin, G. H., and Arnold.) 
Arnold, Charles A., assignor of one-half to H. A. Strass- 

weg, Evansville, Ind. Car-door lock and seal. 

1,483,923; Feb. 19. 
Arnold. Charles L., and C. R. Belling, Enfield, England. 

Electric switch. 1,499,139 ; June 24. 
Arnold, Clarence L., Columbus, Ga. Closure for tanks or 

the like. 1,499,629 ; July 1. 
Arnold, Edward E., Coventry, assignor to The Nitrogen 

Corporation, Providence, K. I. Forming chemical 

compounds. 1,492,661 ; May 6. 
.\rnold, Edward E., Coventry, assignor to The Nitrogen 

Corporation, Providence, R. I. Closure for barrels 

and the like. 1,507,561 ; Sept. 9. 
Arnold, Edwin H., Coventry, and W. T. Wakeford, War- 
wick Downs, R. I., assignors to The Nitrogen Cor- 
poration, Providence, R. I. High-pressure circulating 

pump. 1,480,040 ; Jan. 8. 
Arnold, Edwin H., Coventry, and W. T. Wakcford, as- 
signors to (The Nitrogen Corporation, Providence, R. I. 

Process and apparatus for synthesizing ammonia. 

1,507,560 : Sept. 9. 
Arnold Electric Company. (See Poplawskl, Stephen J., 

assignor.) 
Arnold, Ernest A. (See Rothig, B. E., and Arnold.) 
Arnold, Frank K. (See Sevigne, H. A., and Arnold.) 
Arnold, Frederick D., Manteca, Calif. Grazing muzzle. 

1,508,913 ; Sept. 16. 
Arnold, O. C. et al. (See Thomas, Martin E., assignor.) 
Arnold, Harold A., Lenora, Kans. Self-opening cover 

for phonographs or the like. 1,491,222 : Apr. 22. 
Arnold, Harold D., East Orange, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

System of distribution. 1,485,156; Feb. 26. 
Arnold, Harold D., Maplewood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Western Electric Company, Incorpo- 
rated. Power-limiting amplifying device. 1,504,537 ; 

Aug. 12. 
Arnold. Hnrold D., Maplewood. N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Electron-discharge amplifier. l..')20,994 ; Dec. .'"0. 
Arnold, Harry S. (See Wilson, R. C., and Arnold.) 
Arnold. Harry S.. Brooklyn, and R. C. Wilson, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical distribution. 1.515,324 ; Nov. 11. 
Arnold, .Tames F., Elizabeth, N. J. Gate valve. 1,492,234 ; 

Apr. 29. 
Arnold, Lem, San Angelo, Tex. Steam-expanding device. 

1.479,886; Jan. 8. 
Arnold. Margaret L., Chicago, 111. Scrubbing pail. 

1,519,999 ; Dec. 23. 
Arnold. Merviii V., Evansville, Ind. Expansion valve 

for refrigerating machines. 1.515.648: Nov. 18. 
Arnold, Oscar, Woodridge, N. J. Card holder. 1,482,341 ; 

Jan. 29. 
Arnold, Philip S., Highland Park, assignor to M. O. 

Cross. Detroit, Mich. Gear-tooth rounder. 1,511,213 ; 

Oct. 14. 
Arnold, Philip S., Highland Park, assignor to M. O. 

Cross, Detroit, Micli. Gear-tooth-rounding machine. 

1,518,239; Dec. 9. 
Arnold. Roy C, Fresno, Calif. Game hoard. 1,512,442 : 

Oct. 21. 
Arnold, Samuel S., Berkeley, Calif. Combination nursery 

ch.nir and rrndle. 1.497,426; June 10. 
Arnold, Stanfield N.. Plainfield. and F. E. Johnison, jr., 

Ea.st Orange, N. J., assignors to The M. W. Kellogg 

Conrpany. Antifriction support for pipe lines. 

1.516,838: Nov. 25. 
Arnold, Thomas A., Tacoma. Wash. Emergency brake 
for motor vehicles. 1,482,538; Feb. 5. 



.\rnold, William E., Omaha, Nebr. Lawn-mower sharp- 
ener. 1,513.527 ; Oct. 28. 

Arnold, Williaia L., Jamestown, R. I. Paint paddle. 
1,498,509 ; June 17. 

Arnold, William W., jr., Manchester, Ga. Carding ma- 
chinery. 1,512,267 ; Oct. 21. 

Arnoldi, Herman, deceased, Milwaukee, Wis. ; C. J. Biller- 
beck, administrator. Shock absorber. 1,511,436 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Arnot, Owen G., Bakersfield, Calif. Rotary tool. 
1.514.415; Nov. 4. 

Arnot, Robert, Bushey, England. Dye and making same. 
1,500,915 : July 8. 

Arnot, William D., Columbus, Ohio. Reflcctograph. 
1.51S.0SO : Dec. 9. 

Arnott, Frank H., London, England. Carburetor. 
1,510,028 ; Sept. 30. 

-Vriisdort. Ernst, Neudamm, Germany. Signaling device 
for collapsing pneumatic tires. 1,520,665 ; Dec. 23. 

Arnstein, Karl, assignor to Luftscbiffbau Zeppelin Gesell- 
stbaft mil liescliriinkter Ilaftung. Friedrichshafen, Ger- 
many. Skeleton franje construction for airships and 
the like. Rel5,8S5 ; Aug. 5. 

.irustein, Karl, assignor to the Firm: Luftscbiffbau Zep- 
pelin, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Fried- 
richshafeu-on-the Bodensee, Germany. Anchoring 

means lor airships. 1,486,623 ; Mar. 11. 

Arnstein, Karl, assignor to the Firm : LuftschiEfbau Zep- 
pelin, Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung, Fried- 
richshafen, Germany. I'anel work for light structures. 
1,502,227 ; July 22. 

Arnstein, Karl, assignor to the Firm : Luftscbiffbau Zep- 
pelin, Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung, E^ied- 
richshafen-on-the-Bodensee, Germany. Wire and rope 
clamp. 1,502,417 ; July 22. 

Arnstein, Karl, assignor to the Firm : Luftscbiffbau Zep- 
pelin. Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Fried- 
richsnafen-on-the-Bodensee, Germany. Wire and rope 
clamping device. 1,502,418 : July 22. 

Arnstein, Karl, assignor to the Firm Luftscbiffbau Zep- 
pelin Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Fried- 
richshafen, Germany. Skeleton framework construc- 
tion for airships and the like. 1,503,293 : July 29. 

Arnstein, Karl, assignor to the Firm Luftscbiffbau Zep- 
pelin G. m. b. I-I., Friedrichshafen, Germany. Rigid 
frame for airships. 1,505,689 ; Aug. 19. 

Arn.stcin, Karl, assignor to Luftscbiffbau Zeppelin Gesell- 
schaft mit beschriinkter Haftung, Friedrichshafen, Bo- 
densee. Germany. Stern construction of rigid airships. 
1,517,885 : Dec. 2. 

.\rnt, Herald P., Lakewood, Ohio. Device for and method 
of assenrbling composite metal wheels. 1,514,820 ; 
Nov. 11. 

.■iriit. Herald P.. and T. N. Aikens, Lakewood, Ohio. 
Die. 1.517.693; Dec. 2. 

Arnt. Herald P.. and T. N. Aikens, Lakewood, Ohio. 
Wheel-spoke die and method of its use. 1,517,694 ; 
Dec. 2. 

-Vrnt. Herald P., and T. N. Aikens, Lakewood, Ohio. 
Die. 1.520.921 ; Dec. 30. 

.\rnt7., T^ew, Dos Moines, Iowa. Adjustable nose piece 
for spectacles and eyeglasses. 1.512.661 ; Oct. 21. 

Arntzenius, Carolus R. H., The Hague, Netherlands, as- 
signor to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Telephone system. 1,491,769 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Arond, Michael, New York, N. Y. Hat lining. 
1,496,285 ; June 3. 

.^ronoff, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Fan. 1,485,241 ; 
Feb. 26. 

.Vrons, Abraham H., New I'ork, N. Y. Table. De». 
64.385 : Apr. 8. 

.Vrons, Abraham H., New Yort, N. Y. Table. Des. 
64,386; Apr. 8. 

Arons, Abraham H., New York, N. Y. Cabinet. Des. 

64.387 ; Apr. 8. 

.irons. Abraham H., New I'ork, N. Y. Cabinet. Des. 

64.388 : Apr. 8. 

Arons, Abraham H., New York, N. Y. Cabinet. Des. 

64.389 ; Apr. 8. 

.irons, .ibraliara H., New York, N. Y. Cabinet. Des. 
64,390; Apr. 8. 

.irons, .ibrahani H., New York, N. Y. Cabinet. Des, 
64,391 : Apr. 8. 

.irons, .ibraliam II., New York, N. Y. Cabinet. Des. 
64,.392; Apr. 8. 

.ironson, .ilexander, Newark, N. J. Electric-Ianip stand. 
1,510,130; Sept. 30. 

.\ronson, David N., et al. (See Nllson. Karl V., as- 
signor.) 

.ironson, Louis V. (See Evans, Fred, assignor.) 
Aronson, Louis V. (See Harris, -ilexander, assignor.) 
.ironson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Toy. Des. 65,514: 

Sept. 2. 
.ironson, Ix)Uis V., Newark, N. J. Ornament support. 

1,489,300; Apr. 8. 
.ironson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Moving-picture toy. 

1,498,076: .Tune 24. 
.ironson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Cigar clipper and 

lighter. 1.502.974 : July 29. 
.\ronson, Morris, and W. Baumgart, New York. N. Y. 

Embroldcring-machine attachment. 1,512,738; Oct. 21. 



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Aronssoii, Kail H., Huvudsta, assignor to E. J. Wiel- 

Berggren, Morby, Stocksund, Sweden, forester. Tort- 

atile wall section for house building. 1,499,630 ; 

July 1. 
Arras. George, and D. E. Worrell, Chicago, 111. Making 

lamp sockets. 1,517,524 ; Dec. 2. 
Arrighi, Pietro, San Francisco, Calif. Rotary gas engine. 

1,487,829 : Mar. 25. 
Arrington, J. S., et al., trustees. (See Blackburn, Mc- 

Master S., assignor.) 
Arrouquier, Frederick E., Worcester, Mass., assignor to 

Whiting-Patterson Company, Inc. Envelope machine. 

I,49;?,n49 ; Mav 13. 
Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Carlson, Johannes 

R., assignor.) 
Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Harrington, William 

H., assignor.) 
Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Nero, Arvid II., 

assignor.) 
Arrowhead Mills Inc. (See Howe, J. H., and Stevens, 

assignors.) 
Arrowsmith, George C, Venita, Wash. Steam pumping 

engine. 1.493,418 ; May 6. 
Arseiiault, John O., Detroit, Mich. Screw driver. 

1,521,208 : Dec. 30. 
Arslanian, Vahan, Springfield, Mass. Dish. 1,517,388 ; 

Dec. 2. 
Artcraft Metal Stamping Corporation. (See Aglow, 

Harry, assignor.) 
Art In Buttons, Inc. (See Stanforth, Richard, assignor.) 
Art Industries, Inc. (See Henker, Willy, assignor.) 
Art Lamp Mfg. Company, The. (See Severus, Louis, as- 
signor.) 
Art Metal Construction Company. (See Card, E. J., and 

Turner, assignors.) 
Artese, Joseph, Wheatridge, Colo. Water distributing 

and regulating device. 1,480,141 ; Jan. 8. 
.\rthur, Andrew, New York, N. Y. Level and plumb. 

1,495,629; May 27. 
Arthur, John E., and C. L. Moody, Lane, 111. Boring 

machine. 1,482,879 ; Feb. 5. 
Arthur MTiller Bauten und Industriewerke. (See Schon- 

metzler, Xaver, assignor.) 
Arthur, Robert C. (See Mannion, M. and Arthur.) 
Artz, John F., I'ottsville, Pa. Cigarette holder. 

1,491,840; Apr. 29. 
Arutiinoff, Armais, Berlin, Germany, assignor to S. 

Springett, Jackson, Mich. Electric motor with 

squirrel-cage rotor. 1,518,952 ; Dec. 9. 
Arveskaug, Iljalmar, Fessenden, N. Dak. Sash fastener. 

1,504,205; Aug. 12. 
Asam Brothers, Incorporation. (See Asam, Charles L., 

assignor.) 
Asam, Charles L., assignor to Asam Brothers, Incorpora- 
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Bookbinding. 1,521,587 ; 

Dec. 30. 
Asbestos Shingle Compans'. (See Maclldowie, John C, 

as.signor.) 
Asbill, Fletcher G., Ridge Springs, S. C. Poison applier. 

1,502,539: July 22. 
Asbury, Dorsey F. (See Dawson, A. T., Buckham, and 

Ashury.) 
Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Valve-operating 

mechanism. 1,481.951 ; Jan. 29. 
-Asbury, Porspv F., Washington, D. C. Spring shackle. 

1.487.427; Mar. ]S, 
Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Valve mechanism 

for internal-combustion engines. 1.493,419 ; May 6. 
Asburv, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Valve-operating 

mechanism. 1,493.420; May 6. 
Asbury, Dorsey F.. Washington, D. C. Marine propulsion 

apparatus. 1.511.867; Oct. 14. 
Asbury, Dorsey F.. Wasliington, D. C. Marine propulsion 

apparatus. 1,511.868 ; Oct. 14. 
Ashury, Harry E., Melrose Park, assignor to The Enter- 
prise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Grinding mill. 1,496,613; June 3. 
Ashury, William, assignor of one-half to S. Turner, New 
York, N. Y. Safety device for spring motors. 
1,489,808; Apr. 8. 
A.schel. Henry. (See Maresehal, G.. and Aschel.) 
Asehenliach. Cnrl. North Plainfield, N. J. Grease re- 
tainer for axle housings. 1,507,567; Sent. 9. 
Asflienlinch. Richard. Sheboygan, Wis. Chicl;en brooder. 

1.4Sfi,T17 : Mar. 11. 
Ascherin, Hugo J., and R. W. Loorais, East Troy, Wis. 

Internal-combustion engine. 1.502,609; July 22. 
Ascberl, Michael. Cleveland, Ohio. Book end. Des. 

64,434 ; Apr. 15. 

AseKine, Fred B., Davton, Ohio. IManifold. 1,486,403; 
Mfir. II. 

.Aseltine, Fred E.. Detroit, Mich. Cooling system for in- 
ternal-combustion engines. 1,511,204; Oct. 7. 

Asf'ptir Service Company. (See Rees, Warren C, as- 
signor.) 

Ash. Charles S., Detroit, Mich. Wheel hub. 1,483,863; 

Fob. 19. 
Ash, Charles S., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel. 

1.489,687: Apr. 8. 
Ash Grove Lime &• Portland Cement Co. (See Barton, 

William H., assignor.) 



.\sh, Jesse E., Silver Grove, and J. M. Crowe, Covington, 
Ky., assignors to said Crowe and L. K. De Bus, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Tool holder for pneumatic hammers. 
1.485.010; Feb. 26. 

Ash, Joseph H., Buffalo, N. Y. Automobile jack. 
1,492,826 ; May 6. 

Ash, William. (See Meerdo, Mike, assignor.) 

.'Vsbbaugh, John H. (See Bradshaw, W. M., and Ash- 
baugh.) 

Ashby, Theodore J., Perryville, Ark. Oil-well apparatus. 
1,481.114; Jan. 15. 

Ashcraft, Alan E., assignor to E. and T. Fairbanks and 
Company, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Scale. 1,511,490; 
Oct. 14. 

Ashcroft, Edgar A., London, England. Treatment of sul- 
phide ores and equivalent metal-bearing materials for 
the recovery of useful products therefrom. 1,491,653 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Ashe, William O., Yonkers, assignor to Nathan Manu- 
facturing Company, New York, N. Y. Water column. 
1,498,861; June 24. 

Ashe, William 0., Yonkers, assignor to Nathan Manufac- 
turing Company, New York, N. Y. Gauge cock. 
1,502,650 ; July 29. 

Ashenberg, Herman H., et al. (See Havens, Ernest A., 
assignor.) 

Ashenhurst, Harold S., assignor to H. A. Parkyn, Chi- 
cago, 111. Insulating substance. Rel5,844 ; May 27. 

Ashenhurst, Harold S., assignor to H. A. Parkyn, Chi- 
cago, 111. Insulating substance. Rel5,952 ; Nov. 25. 

Asher, Allen P. (See Nelson, Charles S., assignor.) 

Asher, Herman, et al., executors. (See Ellis, C, and 
Cohen.) 

Ashley, Frank M. (See Trust, H., and Ashley.) 

Ashley, Frank R. (See Maclear, James R., assignor.) 

Ashley, Frank R., Denver, Colo. Shock-absorbing device 
for gates. 1,480,649 ; Jan. 15. 

Ashley, Frederick G. (See Joyce, Herbert, assignor.) 

Ashley, Jay A. (See Ashley, Russell W. and J. A.) 

Ashley, Noble G., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Street marker. 
1,480,363 : Jan. 8. 

Ashley, Russell W. and J. A., Yuba City, Calif. Fruit- 
treating machine. 1,498,314 ; June 17. 

Ashley, Walter A., Liverpool, N. Y. Timer. 1,481,950; 
Jan. 29. 

Ashman, David B., Baltimore, Md., asslgiior to The Gold- 
lierg Padding Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Machine for slitting plies of fabric. 1,486.825 ; Mar. 11. 

Ashmore, George. (See Ashmore, John and G.) 

Ashmore, John and G., Philadelphia, Pa. Warp-cutting 
device for use in pile-fabric looms. 1,479,274 ; Jan. 1. 

Ashmore, John and G., Philadelphia, Pa. Warp-cutting 
device for use in pile-fabric looms. 1,519,750; Dec. 16. 

Ashmore, Walter L., Macon, Ga. Devloe for finishing 
concrete pavements. 1,479.949 ; Jan. 8. 

.ishmnn. Frederick E., Providence, R. I. Ring. Des. 
64,708; May 27. 

Ashtabula Bow Socket Company, The. (See Cloyes, 
James H., assignor.) 

Ashton. John C, London, England. Combined funnel 
support and receptacle cover. 1,515,537 ; Nov. 11. 

Ashton Valve Company, The. (See Hudson, William S., 
assignor.) 

Ashton, William J., Dallas, Tex. Vending rack. 
Rel5.958 : Dec. 9. 

Ashworth, Fred, Beverly, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Sewing machii-e. 1,492,235 ; Apr. 29. 

Ashworth, Fred, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Thread-waxing 
device. 1,496,836 ; .Tune 10. 

Ashworth. Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel. 
1,516.487; Nov. 25. 

Ashworth. Frpd, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Lock-stitch 
sewing machine. 1,519,652 ; Dec. 16. 

Ask, George M., San Jose, Calif. Pump. 1,479,353; 
Jan. 1. 

Ask, George M., Corning, Calif. Windmill. 1,492,236; 
Apr. 29. 

Aske, Irving E., Duluth, Minn. Electric liquid and gas 
heater. 1,484,616; Feb. 26. 

Aske, living E., Duluth. Minn. Electric liquid and gas 
heater. 1.484,617; Feb. 26. 

Askin, Joseph M., assignor to Stuart Products Corpora- 
tion, Chicago. III. Battery. 1,497,316 ; June 10. 

Askin, Joseph M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Stuart Prod- 
ucts Corporation. Battery. 1,497,317 ; .Tune 10. 

Asner, John I., Baltimore, Md. Automobile bumper. 
1.494,941 ; May 20. 

Asner, John I.. Baltimore, Md. Bumper for automo- 
biles. 1.518,953; Dec. 9. 

Aspden Flywheel Dynamotor Syndicate Limited, The. 
(See Aspden, Ralph L., assignor.) 

Aspden. Ralph L., Chorley, assignor to The Aspden Fly- 
wheel Dynamotor Syndicate I^imited, London, England. 
Flywheel dynamo-electric machine for internal-combus- 
tion entrines. 1,511,491 ; Oct. 14. 

.\spden, Ralpli L., Chorloy. England. Flywheel dynamo- 
electric machine for internal-combustion engines. 
1,511.492; Oct. 14. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Contiiiuecl. 



Asper, Albeit C. Kansas City, Mo. Automobile starting 
device. 1,.500.043 ; July 1. 

Aspin, John, Preston, England. Braking motion for looms 
for weaving. 1,493,591 : May 13. 

Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
Inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. System 
of control and apparatus therefor. 1,490,193 ; Apr. 15. 

Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Braking 
system. 1,493,837 ; May 13. 

Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Motor- 
control system. 1,494,401 ; May 20. 

Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Motor- 
control system and apparatus. 1,494,402 ; May 20. 

Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Control 
system. 1,515,138; Nov. 11. 

Aspley, Walter B., assignor of one-half to J. E. Richard- 
son, Glasgow, Ky. Rewinding machine for moving- 
picture films. 1,484,545 : Feb. 19. 

Asplund, Axel A.. Auburn, N. Y. Cam-lever timing block 
with connections. 1.483.267 ; Feb. 12. 

Asplund, Axel A., Auburn, N. Y. Fuel-pump-control lever 
with connections. 1.510,576 ; Oct. 7. 

Asplund, Ajsel A., Auburn, N. Y. Device for operating 
valves. 1.510,577 : Oct. 7. 

Asplund. Peter, Teeumseh, Nebr. Trenching machine. 
1.519,897; Dec. 16. 

Assala, Anthony, Des Moines, Iowa. Propeller. 
1,514,246 ; Nov. 4. 

Assala, Anthony, Des Moines, Iowa. Propeller. 
1,519,102; Dec. 16. 

Assant, Andre. (See Joannet, C, and Assant.) 

Assel, Martin, Secaucus, N. J. Combination burner and 
lamp. 1,514,595 ; Nov. 11. 

Asselln, James H., San Francisco, Calif. Hard center for 
rail crossings, frogs, and like track structures. 
1,490,410 ; Apr. 15. 

Asser, Sydney, Victoria. British Columbia, Canada. In- 
ternal-combustion engine. 1,515,765 ; Nov. 18. 

Asslieton, William, Baltimore, Md. Web printing and 
winding mechanism. 1,518,954 ; Dec. 9. 

Assmann, Frank A., jr., Chicago, 111., assignor to Conti- 
nental Can Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Strip-sealed con- 
tainer. 1,503,256; July 29. 

Assner, Phillip, Dorchester, Mass. Locking device for 
bos covers. 1,514.821 ; Nov. 11. 

Associated Engineering and Supply Company. (See 
Down, Sidney G., assignor.) 

Associated Engineering & Supply Company. (See Leben- 
stein, Joseph, assignor.) 

Associated Engineering & Supply Company. (See Weeks, 
Shirley S., assignor.) 

As.«ociated Equipment Company. The. (See Edwards, 
Charles K., assignor.) 

A.ssociated Equipment Company Limited, The. (See 
Batty, Dudley E., assignor.) 

Associated Equipment Company, Limited, The. (See 
Edwards, Charles K., assignor.) 

Associated Silver Company. (See Lashar, Thomas B., 
assignor.) 

Associated Trading Corporation. (See Sanborn, John 
B., assignor.) 

Astcsano. Jo.seph. Roanoke. 111. Vegetable cutter. 
1.513.880 : Nov. 4. 

Aston, Gordon L., Chicago, 111. Packing crate. 1,506,355 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Aston, James, assignor to A. M. Byers Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Alloy wrought Iron and making the same. 
1.492,412; Apr. 29. 

Aston, William II., London. England. Captive golf ball. 
1,507,904 ; Sept. 9. 

Astren. Samuel. San Francisco, Calif. Sprayer. 
1.515.766; Nov. 18. 

Astrom. Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Companv. Hot-metal-conveylng apparatus. 
1,489,088; Apr. 8. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Company. Penstock gate. 1,492,344 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J. Method and appa- 
ratus for rccoverinir heat. 1,506.803 ; Sept. 2. 

Astrom, John, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jacket heater for in- 
ternal-combustion engines. 1,512,517 ; Oct. 21. 

Astrom, John I., assignor to Fort Wayne Engineering & 
Mfg. Co., Fort Wayne. Ind. Mounting for deep-well- 
pump heads. 1,502.651 ; .Tuly 29. 

Astrup, Andrew, assignor of one-half to S. E. McKee, 
Racine, Wis. Cutter. 1.508,869 ; Sept. 16. 

Atack, Frederick W., Ch.irloston, W. Va. Manufacturing 
carbanol derivatives. 1,494,879 ; May 20. 

Atchcrson, Kalph W. II., Indiana Harbor, Ind. Remov- 
ing flue dust from containers. 1,493,092 ; May 6. 

Atchison. Arlo G.. Santa Barbara, Calif. Windshield 
cleaner. 1,509.690: Sept. 23. 

Atchlev, Roy R.. De Kalb, Tex. Fender attachment for 
cultivators. 1.511.932; Oct. 14. 

Ateliers des Cliarnillles. SocidtS Anonyme. (See Volet. 
Edouard. assignor.) 

Ateliers H. C\i6nod Soci<5te Anonyme. (See Juillard, Er- 
nest, assignor.) 



Athabasca Oil Products Limited. (See Clarke, Nicholas 
S., assignor.) 

Atherton, Alfred L., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Companv. Lightning 
arrester. 1,511,314 ; Oct. 14. 

Atherton, Stanley E., Cleveland, Ohio. Grab bucket. 
1,483,707 ; Feb. 12. 

Atkins, Alfred W'., Brooklyn, N. Y. Casting machine. 

1.517.608 ; Dec. 2. 

Atkins, Alfred W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Casting machine. 

1.517.609 ; Dec. 2. 

Atkins, Archie, Glen Ferris, W. Va. Miner's carbide 
lamp. 1,505,617 ; Aug. 19. 

Atkins, E. C, & Company. (See Couklin, Harry B., as- 
signor.) 

Atkins, E. C, & Company. (See Ricker, Jerry, assignor.) 

Atkins, Frank P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Caudlewick. 
1,496,837; June 10. 

Atkinson, Charles E., Pine Lawn, assignor to E. E. 
Souther Iron Company, St. Louis County, Mo. Cor- 
rugated receptacle and making the same. 1,516,694 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Atkinson, Edward M., Portland, Oreg. Compressor for 
cone springs. 1,489,515 ; Apr. 8. 

Atkinson, Fred, and J. Ross. New York, N. Y. Pneu- 
matic-tube dust cap. 1,512,662 ; Oct. 21. 

Atkinson, Harry L., San Francisco, Calif. Follower- 
block mounting. 1,482,832 ; Feb. 5. 

Atkinson, Henry T., assignor to J. J. Donovan, Oakland, 
Calif. Swinging window. 1,479,354; Jan. 1. 

Atkinson, Henry T., assignor to Universal Window Com- 
pany, Oakland, Calif. Swinging window. 1,520,167 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Atkinson, James S., London, England. Refuse-destructor 
furnace. 1,491,894 ; Apr. 29. 

Atkinson, John, Miunedosa. Manitoba, Canada. Device 
for making and carrying cigarettes. 1,505,1:^6 ; Aug. 19. 

Atkinson, John R., and H. Gearing. Los Angeles, Calif., 
assignors to said Atkinson. Machine for making 
stereotype plates for printing for the blind. 1,521,415 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Atkinson, John W., Florence, S. C. Journal box. 
1,491,074; Apr. 22. 

Atkinson, Millard P., Palmyra. N. J. Card-feeding de- 
vice for printing pre.?ses. 1,512,571 ; Oct. 21. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
Standard Underground Cable Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Electrie-cable installation. 1,512.443 ; Oct. 21. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
Standard Underground Cable Companv, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Cable installation. 1,512,444; Oct. 21. 

Atkinson, Sydney, Ayr, Queensland, Australia. Sectional 
motor radiator. 1,516,695 ; Nov. 25. 

Atkinson, Thomas, and H. 0. Day. ileywood, England. 
Automatic metal-tvpe-distributing machine. 1,482,283 ; 
Jan. 20. 

Atkinson, Will, Capon Springs, W. Va. Sundial. 
1,496,403 ; June 3. 

Atkinson, Willard S.. Ashland. N. J., assignor to Atlantic 
Elevator Company, I'hiladelphia, Pa. Elevator cable. 
1,514,822; Nov. 11. 

Atkinson, William J., Atlanta, Ga. Metal fitting. 
1,486,826; Mar. 11. 

Atlantic Elevator Company. (See Atkinson, Willard S., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Gulf & Pacific Company of Manila. (See Nelson. 
Charles T., assignor.) 

Atlantic Knitting Mills, Incorporated. (See Strassner, 
Conrad R., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Johansen, Ernst 
M., assignor.) 

Atlas & Blubm, Inc. (See Lader, Jacob, assignor.) 

Atlas China Company, The. (See Abrendts, Ashton O. C, 
assignor.) 

Atlas Copper & Brass Mfg. Co. (See Bees, William II., 
assignor.) 

.\tlas Devices Company. (See Dinspel, William H., 
assignor.) 

Atlas I'ortland Cement Company, The. (See CroU, 
Andrew G., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Converse, Lcroy S., as- 
signor.) 

Atl.i.-i Powder Company. (See Grant, H. L., and Djidics, 
assignors.) 

Atlai Powder Company. (See Grotta, Bennett, assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Hill, Roy L., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder ComiKiny. (See Jessen, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Mitscherling, Waldemar O., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Robinson, Guy C, as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Railway Signal Company. (See Loughridge, 
Matthew H.. assignor.) 

Atlas Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Lllbcke, Ernst, as- 
signor.) 

Atlee. Edwnrd. (See Rule. William C, assignor.) 

Attallab, Michael A., Toronto, Ontcrio, Canada. Oil 
burner. 1.502,228; July 22. 

Atterholt, Oliver S.. Frostburg, Md. Tumbler or similar 
article-. Di-s. 65.992: Nov. 18. 

Atterholt, Susie M., West Albany, N. Y. Doll. Des. 
03,839; Jan. 29. 



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A.ttleks, Henry J., New York, and H. A. Coussirat, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Coupling. 1,486,316; Mar. 11. 

Attleboro Braiding Co. (See Burlingame, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

Atwater, David, Westfield, Mass. Union suit. 1,480,333 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See Evans, Wil- 
liam A.. nssiKnor.) 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See Kent, Ar- 
thur A., assignor.) 

Atwell, Lester H., De Puniak Springs, Fla. Advertising 
device. 1,504,413 ; Aug. 12. 

Atwell, Lewis E., J. Grant, and C. E. White, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. Shock absorber. 1.500,044; July 1. 

Atwell, Robert K., Silver Bay, N. Y. Driven fastening 
means. 1,511,711 ; Oct. 14. 

Atwood, Edward C. (See Keller, Henry J., assignor.) 

Atwood, Edwin W. (See Copeman, Lloyd G., assignor.) 

Atwood, Eugene, assignor to The Atwood Machine Com- 
pany, Sfonington, Conn. Spindle-driving mechanism. 
1,501,579; July 15. 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, assignor to American Pro- 
tein Corporation, Boston, Mass. Instrument for with- 
drawing blood from animals. 1,504,018 ; Aug. 5. 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Protein Corporation, Boston, 
Mass. Cannula. 1,513,953 ; Nov. 4. 

Atwood, George F., Newark, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. De- 
tecting the direction of underwater vibrations. 
1,487,138; Mar. 18. 

Atwood, George F., Newark, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electromagnetic step-by-step mechanism. 1,488,774 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Atwood, Leonard, assignor to The New Home Sewing 
Machine Company, Orange, Mass. Sewing-machine 
table. 1,490,953 ; Apr. 22. 

Atwood Machine Company, The. (See Atwood, Eugene, 
assignor.) 

Atwood Machine Company. (See Bradley, Edward B., 
assignor.) 

Atwood. William .T. (See Schatz, William A., assignor.) 

Atwood, William T., Melrose, assignor to Freeman Brick 
Cleaning Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Brick- 
cleaning machine. 1,498,224 ; June 17. 

Au, Carl H., assignor of one-half to J. C. Hoyt, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Recorder. 1,499,283 ; June 24. 

Auberschek, Joseph, Milwaukee, Wis. Water filter. 
1,497,831 ; June 17. 

Auch, .loseph, Pnsadena, assignor, hy mesne assignments, 
to A. C. Lillie, Los Angeles, Calif. Touneau wind- 
shield. 1,515.920; Nov. 18. 

Auchstetter, Willinm, Idagrove, Iowa. Shield for vehicle 
headlights. 1,499,961; July 1. 

Aucremanne, Frank, Clarksburg, W. Ta. Rotating 
glass-molding device. 1,489,729; Apr. 8. 

Audpt, Arthur, Concord, N. H. Ice bunker. 1,486,849; 
Mar. 18. 

Audianne, Paul, and G. Bachalard, assignors to Com- 
pagnie Nationnle de Mati&res Colorantes et Manufac- 
tures de Produits Chiniiques du Nord Rfeunies. Eta- 
blissements Kulilmann, Paris, France. Preparation of 
sulphuric anhydride by contact by means of vanadium 
salts. 1,518.043; Dec. 2. 

Auerhach, Joseph S., New York, N. Y. Container. 
1.492,951 ; May 6. 

Auerhach. Zeniach, New York, N. Y. Filing rack. 
1.484.201 ; Feb. 19. 

Aufderlieide, Ben.iamin F., assignor of one-half to W. F. 
Young, Davenport. Iowa. Window stoplock. 1,517,817 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Auge, Theodore G. (See Mershon, Samuel D., nssicnor.) 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
jfanufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Automobile 
door lock. 1,505,524; Aug. 19. 

Auger, Joseph T., assignor of one-half to R. H. Monahan, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Brake. 1,506,965; Sept. 2. 

Augur, Erroll M., New Haven, Conn. Shoe heel. 
1,499.601 ; July 1. 

Augustine, Addison 10., I-Iackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Gum- 
box drive m.'chanism for envelope-making machines. 
1,484,753; Feb. 26. 

Augustine, Addison E., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Brake 
mechanism. 1,492,662 ; May 6. 

Aular, Percy W. (See Fisher, C. E., and Aular.) 

Auld, n. L., Company, The. (See Auld, Frederick H., 
assignor.) 

Auld, D. L., Company, The. (See Brooks, Stanley (St.. 
assignor.) 

Auld, Elgie C, and G. E. Iluttle, Scottdale, Pa. Method 
of and apparatus for transporting materials. 
1,496,196; Juno 3. 

Auld, Frederick H., assignor to The D. L. Auld Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Automobile door handle. Dps. 65,214 ; 
July 22. 

Auld, John, Chicago, 111. Eraser structure. 1,406,197 ; 
June 3. 

Auld, .Tohn F., Santa Monica, Calif. Frame construction 
for windows, doors, and the like. 1,500,359; July 8. 



Auld, Lillian, Eugene, Oreg. Toy figure. 1,520,555 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Aull, Benedict M., Autun, S. C. Attachment for looms 
for weaving open-mesh seamless laundry bags. 
1,493,514 ; May 13. 

Aull, Benedict M., Autun, S. C. Bathroom rug. 
1,506,731; Sept. 2. 

Aulmann, Robert C, Des Moines, Iowa. Automobile record 
device. 1,496,865 ; June 10. 

Aulmann, Theodore, Des Moines, Iowa. Excavating ma- 
chine. 1,492 060 ; Apr. 29. 

Ault, Isaac L., Comanche, Okla. Valve-seat-removing tool 
for pumps. 1,517,525 ; Dec. 2. 

Auperl, Harry, Minneapolis, Minn. Amusement slide. 
1,520,217 : Dec. 23. 

Aurora Knitting Mills. (JSee Shaner, Roy, assignor.) 

Aurora Metal Company. (See Le May, John, assignor.) 

Aurynger, John J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Noninflammable cel- 
luloid. 1,496,198 ; June 3. 

Aus, Herman C. L., Hamilton, Newcastle, New South 
Wales, Australia. Insectproof slidlng-sash window. 
1,482,426; Feb. 5. 

Ausbrooks, Villey P., Oilton, Okla. Fishing tool. 
1,494,880 ; May 20. 

Aus der Mark, Friedrich, Essen-Altenessen, assignor to 
Firm of K & Th. Moller Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 
Haftung, Brackwede, Germany. Air filter. 1,519,739 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Ausherman, William S., Talmage, Kans. Automatic 
liquid pump. 1,500,177 ; July 8. 

Auster, Arthur C, assignor to Auster Limited, Birming- 
ham, England. Adjustable hinge or joint for wind- 
screens of motor cars and the like. 1,482,210; Jan. 29. 

Auster Limited. (See Auster, Arthur C, assignor.) 

Auster, Louis and M., New York, N. Y. Bathing cap. 
1,482,723; Feb. 5. 

Auster, Marie. (See Auster, Louis and M.) 

Austin, Albert A., Chicago, 111. Device for teaching card 
games. 1,514,823 ; Nov. 11. 

Austin, Albert D., assignor of forty-five one-hundredths 
to Autorest Motor Sales Company and twenty one- 
hundredths to Q. L. Jones, Portland, Oreg. Carbu- 
retor. 1,493,227 ; May 6. 

Austin, Albert M. (See Denison, Julian P.. assignor.) 

Austin, Alonzo .1., assignor of one-third to D. I. Salt and 
one-third to F. F. Heater, Seattle, Wash. Head guard. 
1,517,886 ; Dee. 2. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barber'ton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Insulator. 1,481,080; Jan. 15. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Insulator. 1,481,081 ; Jan. 15. 

Austin, Arthur 0., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Insulator. 1,484,051 : Feb. 19. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Insulator. 1,489,689 ; Apr. 8. 

Austin, Arthur 0., Barberton, assignor, by mesne 
as-slgnments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Insulator and assembling the same. 1,489,690 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Insulator. 1,489,809 ; Apr. 8. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Insulator. 1,490,080 ; Apr. 15. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Cover for strain insulators. 1,497,318 ; June 10. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Insulator. 1,497.319; June 10. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Strain insulator. 1.509.279; Sept. 23. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Insulator. 1.516,585; Nov. 25. 

Austin, Bascum O., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. System 
of control. Rel5,898 ; Aug. 26. 

Austin, Bascum O., W. M. Hutchison, and H. R. IMeyer, 
Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
& Manufacturing Company. Dynamic braking. 
1,495,764 ; May 27. 

Austin, Charles U. (See Parker, P. B., and Austin.) 

Austin, David L., Honolulu, Hawaii, assignor to Theo. 
H. Davies & Co., Ltd., San Francisco, Calif. Conveyer. 
1,484,248; Feb. 19. 

Austin, David T., Houston, Tex. Rond-surfacing ma- 
chine. 1.4S8.72S ; Apr. 1. 

Austin, Ernest C, Wayne, Mich. Shock absorber. 
1,519,650; Dec. 16. 

Austin, P C., Machinery Company. (See French, James 
C, assignor.) 

Austin, F. C, Machinery Company. (See Seldler, Alex- 
ander, assignor.) 

Austin, Frank B., Portland, Me. Weather strip. 
1,494,329; May 20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Austin, Harold E., Louisville, Ky., and J. C. Cook, Jef- 
fersonville, Ind., assignors to American Creosoting 
Company, Louisville, Kv. Bolster-arm car. 1,510,202 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Austin, Uarry A., Medford, Mass. Fluid-pressure gover- 
nor. 1,488,461 ; Apr. ]. 

Austin, Harry E., Chicago, 111. Holder for calendars, 
etc. I,ul9,65."i ; Dec. 16. 

Austin, Herbert, Bromsgrove, England. Detachable wheeL 
1,494,942 ; May 20. 

Austin, Howard, Wasbington, D. C. Condenser tester. 
1,494,330; May 20. 

Austin, John B., Cleveland. Ohio. Uniting metals. 
1,511,194 ; Oct. 7. 

Austin, John B., Cleveland, Ohio. Uniting copper to 
steel. 1,511,195 ; Oct. 7. 

Austin, John B., Cleveland, Ohio. Uniting metals. 
1,511,196 ; Oct. 7. 

Austin, John B.. Cleveland, Ohio. Uniting copper to 
steel. 1,511,197 ; Oct. 7. 

Austin, John T., London, England. Manufacture of per- 
ambulator wheels and the like. 1,499.140 ; June 24. 

Austin Machinery Corporation. (See French, James C, 
assignor.) 

Austin Manufacturing Co. (See Beatty, W. T., Davis, and 
Wilson, assignors.) 

Austin Manufacturing Company. (See Burns, L. S., 
and Wilson, assignors.) 

Austin Manufacturing Company. (See Wilson, F. D., 
and Burns, assignors.) 

Austin. Ralph W.. Quincy, Mass. Fire extinguisher. 
1,499,631 ; July 1. 

Austin, Winfield A., Green Bay, Wis. Cheese bandage. 
1,507.655 ; Sept. 9. 

Auto-Automatic Signal Co. (See Marston, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Autocall Company, The. (See Bradley, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Autocall Company, The. (See Richmond, Louis E., as- 
signor.) 

Au-to Compressor Company, The. (See Lawhead, James 
W., assignor.) 

Auto Kontrol Lock Corporation. (See Liebmann, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

Auto Kontrol Lock Corporation. (See Siegel, Ernest, as- 
signor.) 

Auto Mall Distributer, Inc., The. (See Barry, William, 
assignor.) 

Auto Pneumatic Action Company. (See Danquard, 
Thomas, assignor.) 

Auto Pullman Company. (See Michelet, Wilhelm J., 
assignor.) 

Auto Spring Control Company. (See EUer, Henry A., 
assignor.) 

Auto Strop Co. (See Schumacher, Conrad, assignor.) 

Auto Table Co. (See Harvey, Kelly B., assignor.) 

Auto Turn Company. (See Iseman, Richard B., assignor.) 

Anto-Wheel Coaster Company. (See Baumler, Charles 
A., assignor.) 

Auto-Wheel Coaster Company. (See Klatt, Rudolph A., 
assignor.) 

Autographic Register Co. (See Oliver, Walter E., as- 
signor.) 

Automat Paper Box Co. (See Weiss, Leo and A., as- 
signors.) 

Automatic Appliance Company, The. (See Mapel, Lewis 
A., assignor.) 

Automatic Bearing Machine Co. (See Jones, Ernest W., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Buffing Machine Co. (See Wheaton, Lewis 
W., assignor.) 

Automatic Coin Stacker Corporation. The. (See William- 
son, John A., assignor.) 

Automatic Control Company. (See Stlegelmeyer, John 
E., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Benson, William A., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Burfclnd, Raymond 
II., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Chapin, William .\., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Engsberg, Ralph W., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Erickson, John, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Homriglious, John 
H., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Jacobsen, Emil, 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Kuhl, George H., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Langer, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Loraax, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Jlartin, Talbot G., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Owen. WilUam W., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Powell, Wintred T.. 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Ray. Arthur J., as- 
signor.) 



Automatic Electric Company. (See Richardson, Rodney 

G., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Company. (See Thomas, Albert D., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Company. (See Wicks, John, as- 
signor.) 
Automatic Electric Company. (See Willis, Bernard D., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Company. (See Willis, B. D., and 

Ray, assignors.) 
.Automatic Electric Heater Company. (See Clark, War- 
ren F., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Shoe Polishing Machine Company, 

The. (See Ringstrom, M., and Harris, assignors.) 
Automatic Electric Shoe Polishing Machine Company, 

The. (See Trundle, George T., jr., assignor.) 
Automatic Electrical Machine Co. (See Lundgren, Harry 

G., assignor.) 
.\utoniatic Gas Valve Company. (See Morse, Lynn H., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Machinery Company. (See Johnson, William 

H., assignor.) 
Automatic Machinery and Equipment Company. (See 

Hires, John E., assignor.) 
Automatic Merchandizer, Inc., The. (See Lea, Charles, 

assignor.) 
.Automatic Non-Skid Chain Company. (See Craddock, 

Simon M.. assignor.) 
Automatic Recording Safe Company, The. (See Fisher. 

Charles, assignor.) 
.Automatic Refrigerating Company, The. (See Lundgaard, 

Ivar, assignor.) 
Automatic Refrigerating Company, The. (See Marshall 

Henry H., assignor.) 
Automatic Seating Company. (See Erickson, John E.. 

assignor.) 
Automatic Sprinkler Company of America. (See Lowe, 

Ernest A., assignor.) 
Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Neal, 

Spencer G., assignor.) 
Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Company Limited. 

(See Hudd, Alfred E., assignor. i 
.Automatic Teleplione Manufacturing Company Limited. 

(See Roseby, Philip N., assignor.) 
Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Company Limited. 

(See Smith, Sidney R., assignor.) 
.\utoniatic Transportation Company, The. (See Carr, 

William C, assignor.) 
Automatic Uno Corporation. (See Fleming, August L. 

N., assignor.) 
Automatic Valves Co., The. (See Burtnett, Everett R., 

assignor.) 
-Automatic Wrapping Machine Co. (See Scholin, Axel 

R., assignor.) 
Automotive Appliance Company. (See Minogue, Martin 

T., assignor.) 
Automotive Valves Co., The. (See Burtnett, Everett 

R., assignor.) 
.\utopoint Manufacturing Company. (See Ilasselquisf. 

Hugo S.. assignor.) 
-Autopoint Manufacturing Company. (See Keeran, Charles 

R.. assignor.) 
Antoquip Mfg. Company. (See Steinmetz, Herman W., 

assignor.) 
Autorcst Motor Sales Company, et al. (See Austin, Al- 
bert D., assignor.) 
Autosales Corporation. (See Grover, Albert D., assignor.) 
.Autoyre Company, The. (See Lewis, Arthur J., assignor.) 
Antoyre Company, The. (See Mosgrove, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 
Avalos, Emeterio, El Paso, Tex. Emergency axle for 
. automobiles. 1.488.464; Apr. 1. 

Avedon, William C, New York. N. Y. Closure for gar- 
ments and other purposes. 1,520.687 ; Dec. 30. 
Aveling, Christiaan W., Elgin, assignor to J. Aveling, 

Lockport, 111. Hoisting machinery. 1,490,689; Apr. 15. 
Aveling, .lulia. (See Aveling, Christiaan W., assignor.) 
Averill, Rex G., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 

Mansfield, Ohio. Electric coupler. 1.482.S33 : Feb. 5. 
Averill, Roger, Los Angejes, Calif. Mixer. 1,492,061 ; 

Apr. 29. 
Averill, William H., assignor to Bell Clip Manufacturlni; 

Company, Boston, Mass. Display stand. Des. 63,865 ; 

Feb. 5. 
.\verill, William H., assignor of one-half to E. Millen, 

Boston, Mass. Envelope sealer. 1,495,147 ; May 27. 
Avers, Franklin II., I'ortage. Wis. Device for Inspecting 

motion-picture films. 1.489.106; Apr. 1. 
Avery. Addison E.. Oak Park, 111. Cherry pitter. 

1,515,588; Nov. 18. 
Avery, Anne A., Hollywood, Calif. Statuette. Des. 

(!5,15."> : July I."!. 
Averv. Anthony, Royal Oak, Mich. Speedway. 1,507,723 ; 

Sept. 9. 
Avery. Charles E., East Orange, assignor to Manhattan 

Electrical Supply Company, Incorporated, Jersey City, 

N. J. Toggle .switch. 1.418,042; Dec. 2. 
Avery. Charles E.. East Orange, assignor to Manhattan 

Electrical Supply Company, Incorporated, Jersey City, 

N. J. Electric switch. 1,518.041; Dec. 2. 
Avery, Clarence W., and W. G. Vesey, assignors to Ford 

.Motor Company, Detroit, Mich. Glass machinery. 

1,482,106; Jan. 29. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Avery, Colby M., assignor to Stephens-Adamson Mfg. 
Co., Aurora, 111. Roller grizzly. 1.498,144 ; June 17. 

Avery Company. (See Bartholomew, John B., assignor.) 

Avery, Bmmett C, Hutchinson, Kans. Grain door. 
1,489,229; Apr. 8. 

Avery, Harry K., and G. Rletveld, Knoxville, Iowa. 
Sportsman's license holder and protector. 1,486,850 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Avery, Henry C, New Brunswiclf, N. J., assignor to The 
Flintliote Company, Boston, Mass. Making saturated 
sheet material. 1,515,821 ; Nov. 18. 

Avery, Thomas J., Albia, Iowa. Scraper. 1,497,055 ; 
June 10. 

Avery, True M., Glens Falls, assignor to Union Bag & 
Paper Corporation, New York, N. Y. Web controller. 
1,517,099 ; Nov. 25. 

Avery, W. & T., Limited. (See Sykes, Cameron M., as- 
signor.) 

Avery, William H. (See Henry, George J., assignor.) 

Avery, William H. (See Schauman, Karl O., assignor.) 

Avey Drilling Machine Co. (See Mirrielees, James F., 
assignor.) 

Avitt, Lewis V., assignor to Specialty Shoe Machinery 
Company, St. Joseph, Mo. Machine for driving nails. 
1.497,968; June 17. 

Avon Canning Company. (See Lefevre, Eugene H., as- 
signor. ) 

Avon Sole Company. (See Cary, William H., assignor.) 

Avrutik, Joseph, Yonkers, N. Y. Apparatus for separat- 
ing liquids from solids. 1.484.002 : Feb. 19. 

Axeison, Jule C, Alhambra, and S. B. Sargent, Los 
Angeles, Calif., assignors to Axelson Machine Company. 
Sucker-rod coupling. 1,497,398 ; June 10. 

Axelson Machine Company. (See Axelson, J. C, and 
Sargent, assignors.) 

Axelson, Victor. (See Anderson, A., and Axelson.) 

Axen, John L., Chicago, 111. Radiodesk. Des. 65,598 ; 
Sept. 16. 

Axen, John L., Chicago, III. Desk. 1,491,781 ; Apr. 29. 

Axen, John L., Chicago, 111. Desk. 1,516.906 ; Nov. 25. 

Axford & De Shields. (See Cawthron, George, assignor.) 

Axness, Elmer M., Montevideo, Minn. Toilet kit. 
1,509,894 ; Sept. 30. 

Axtell, Clinton J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Overload protective device. 
1,485,157: Feb. 26. 

Axtell, Clinton J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. System of connections for 
prevention of paralleling of generators on train units. 
1,504,014; Aug. 5. 

Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Can-filling machine. 1.480,334 ; Jan. 8. 

Ayars, (jharles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Can-filling machine. 1.480,335 ; Jan. 8. 

Ayars, (jharles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Rotary measuring valve. 1,480,336 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Can-filling machine. 1.480.337: Jan. 8. 

Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Canning machine. 1,496,286 ; June 3. 

Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Can-filling machine. 1,496,287 ; June 3. 

Ayars Machine Company. (See Ayars, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Aycock, William E., assignor to Aycock Wood-Brick Veneer 
Co., Moultrie, Ga. Weatherboarding. 1,492,190; 
Apr. 29. 

Aycock Wood-Brick Veneer Co. (See Aycock, William E., 
assignor.) 

Aydt, Laurence L., Dahlgren, 111. Antiglare arrangement. 
1,497,056; June 10. 

Ayer, Albert E., Winthrop, assignor to W. H. McElwain 
Company, Boston, Mass. Automatic counter-molding 
machine. 1,517,337; Dec. 2. 

Ayer, Albert E., Winthrop, assignor to W. H. McElwain 
Company, Boston, Ma.ss. Automatic counter-molding 
machine. 1,517,695 ; Dec. 2. 

Ayer, N. W., & Son. (See Challenger, Voorhees W., 
assignor.) 

Ayers, .John B., Detroit, Mich. Equalizing ehoe. 
1.490,756 : Apr. 15. 

Ayers, William C, Scottsville, Ky. Washing machine. 
1,508,638; Sept. 16. 

Aylett, Thomas J., Ramsgate, assignor to Strechanpres 
Trouscr Appliance Company, Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Trousers stretcher. 1,517,771 ; Dec. 2. 

Ayliffe, Harry, London, assiffnor to Caribonum Limited, 
Ley ton, Essex, England. Attaching labels or the like. 
1,500,432; July 8. 

Ayliffe, Harry, London, assignor to The Caribonum 
Company, Limited, Leyton, England. Lidded recep- 
tacle. 1,514,029 ; Nov. 4. 

Ayling, Arthur W., Toledo, Ohio. Nested-article separa- 
tion mechanism. 1,492,011 ; Apr. 29. 

Ayotto, Joseph R., Chicago, HI., assignor to Liberty 
Products Manufacturing Company. Automobile run- 
ning-board footllght. 1,515,717 ; Nov. 18. 

Ayrault, John, jr. (See Ayrault, Lawrence T. and J., 
Jr.) 

Ayrault, Lawrence T. and J., Jr., Tonawanda, N. Y. 
Fastening device for roofing fabric.s. 1 ,510,756 ; Oct. 7. 



Ayres, Albert M., Nutley, N. J. Duplicating machine. 
1,496,765 ; June 10. 

Ayres, Blwood B., assignor to The Philadelphia Textile 
Machinery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Drier. 
1,521,416; Dec. 30. 

Ayres, Elwood B., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, In- 
corporated, Phiadelphia, Pa. Drying hollow articles. 
1,513,881 ; Nov. 4. 

Ayres, Elwood B., and H. Bogaty, assignors to Proctor & 
Schwartz, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary 
drier. 1,498,418 ; June 17. 

Ayres, Elwood B., and A. O. Hurxthal, assignors to Proc- 
tor & Schwartz, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Drier. 
1,513,474; Oct. 28. 

Ayres, Elwood B., and T. H. Rhoads, assignors to Proctor 
& Schwartz, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for drying 
and conditioning material. 1,481,116 ; Jan. 15. 

Ayres, George J., New York, N. Y. Door fastener. 
1,494,403 ; May 20. 

Ayres, Hiram D., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Pneumatic tire. 
Des. 66,256; Dec. 23. 

Ayres, Hiram D., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Pneumatic tire. 
Des. 66,257; Dec. 23. 

Ayres, Hiram D., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Woven-fabric 
test piece and testing woven fabric. 1,505,127 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Ayres, Joseph J., Keokuk, Iowa. Magnifying glass for 
telephones. 1,508,434 ; Sept. 16. 

Ayscue, John H. J., Mount Pleasant, S. C. Spraying 
machine. 1,519,103 ; Dec. 16. 

Ayton-Blake, James, London, England. Oil lamp. 
1,519,235; Dec. 16. 

Azamber, John, Pittsburg, Kans. Bin mounting for 
kitchen cabinets. 1,517,935 ; Dec. 2. 

Azor Motor Manufacturing Company. (See Hoff, Earl 
B., assignor.) 

Azzi, Harry, New York, N. Y. Automatically-operated 
railway gate. 1,496,969 ; June 10. 

B. B. Specialty Company. (See Burke, Claton E., as- 
signor.) 

B/G Sandwich Shops, Inc. (See Brooks, Tliomas O., 
assignor.) 

B. M. J. Utilities, Inc. (See Josephson, Walter S., as- 
signor.) 

B. & S. Manufacturing Products Corporation. (See 
Braden, R. W., and Stern, assignors.) 

B. & S. Manufacturing Products Corporation. (See Stern, 
C, and Braden, assignors.) 

B-W Electric Company. (See Hampe, Otto, assignor.) 

Baash, Lawrence F., 'Whittier, Calif. Well-casing shoe. 
1,505,690; Aug. 19. 

Babasinian, Vahan S. (See Sachs, J. H., and Babasini- 
an.) 

Babb. Robert G., Port Arthur, Tex. Bias furniture. 
1,514,683: Nov. 11. 

Babbitt, Arthur B., assignor to The Kent Machine Com- 
pany, Kent, Ohio. Tamping machine. 1,518,240 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Babbitt, John F. (See Pilcher, J. V., and Babbitt.) . 

Babcock, Allen E., Exeland, Wis. Insect-destroying ma- 
chine. 1,509,093 ; Sept. 23. 

Babcock, Basil P., assignor to Sprague Canning Machin- 
ery Co., Chicago, 111. Filling machine. 1,479,021 ; 
Jan. 1. 

Babcock, Basil P., assignor to Sprague Canning Machin- 
ery Company, Chicago, 111. Container for can-filling 
machines. 1,495,148 ; May 27. 

Babcock-Davii? Corporation. (See Davis, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Babcock, Fletcher F., Parsons, Kans. Metal-boring tool. 
1,502,652 ; July 29. 

Babcock, Joseph P., Tsinan, assignor to Mah Jongg Com- 
pany of China, Shanghai, China. Set of dominoes. 
Des. 65,794 ; Oct. 21. 

Babcock, Leland A., Oak Park, 111. Can opener. 
1,507,562; Sept. 9. 

Babcock, Pearl D., Milford, Conn., assignor to L. Can- 
dee & Company. Collapsible last. 1,490,758; July 1. 

Babcock Printing Press Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Stonemetz, John H., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bronold, Johannes, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Holliday, J. F., 
and Acres, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Irish, David J., 
assignor.) 

Raiicock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Jacobus, David 
S., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, Howard J., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Lewis, N. E., and 
Stillman, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See MacKay, Henry 
J. S., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Pratt, Arthur D., 
assignor.) 

Unbcock & Wilcox Company. (See Witz. Henry, assignor.) 

Unbondreor, Albert, Ocean Springs. Miss., assignor to 
Whole Grain Wheat Company, Phoenix, Ariz. Appa- 
ratus for treating foods. 1,518,552 ; Dec. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Baber, Gordon B., Greenville. S. C. Detachable cam or 
pulley. 1,004,015 ; Aug. o. 

Babiarczyk, Water, et al. (See Sokolowski, John, as- 
signor.) 

Babigian, Berge. (See Babigian, Suren H. and B.) 

Babigian, Suren H. and B., Berkeley, Calif. : said B. 
Babigian assignor to said S. H. Babigian. Food prod- 
uct and method of production. 1,507,323; Sept. 2. 

Babin, Telcsphore, Houma, La. Sink. 1,510,970; Oct. 7. 

Bnbinet, Georges, assignor to Soci6t6 itoger & Gallef, 
Paris, France. Sprinkling stopper. 1. 488, 069 ; .\pr. 1. 

Babits, Car], Catasauqua, Pa. Automaticallv swinging 
machine gun. 1,482.062 ; Jan. 29. 

Babson, Rotrer D.. Springfield, Mass., assignor to Baush 
Machine Tool Company. Gear. 1,485.158 ; Feb. 2(i. 

Babson, Stanley SI., West Orange, assignor to The Bates 
Manufacturing Company, Orange, N. J. Data-display- 
ing device. 1,491,374 ; Apr. 22. 

Baccellieii. R.aftacle, Philadelphia, Pa. Ratchet mecha- 
nism. 1,513,209; Oct. 28. 

Bacckovich, Mat, Sabraton, assignor of one-half to M. 
Sikutrick, Mona, W. Va. Rail joint. 1,493,228; 
May 6. 

Eacekovich, Mat. Sabraton, assignor of one-half to M. 
Sikutrick, Mona, W. Va. Rail joint. 1,493,229 ; May 6. 

Bacevicz. Vytold A., Syracuse, N. Y. Amplifier. 
1.514.123 ; Nov. 4. 

Bach. Hans J., assignor to Vincent Bach Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Hand protector for wind instruments. 
1.481.855 ; Jan. 29. 

Bach, Julius H., assignor to American Equipment Com- 
pany, Chicago 111. Automatic equalizer for brick-settins 
cranes. 1,482,365 ; Jan. 29. 

Bach, Peter C. (See Roberts, P. A., and Bach.) 

Bach, Vincent (Corporation. (See Bach, Hans J., as- 
signor.) 

Bachalard, Gabriel. (See Audianne, P.. and Bachalard.) 

Bacharach. Eric W., Kansas City, Mo. Dishwasher. 
1,508,495; Sept. 16. 

Bacharach. Herman, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Bach- 
arach Industrial Instrument Company. Magnifying 
manometer. 1,481,952 ; Jan. 29. 

Bacharach. Herman, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Bacha- 
rach Industrial Instrument Company. Gauge. 
1,499,759; July 1. 

Bacharach, Herman, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Bach- 
arach Industrial Instrument Company. Gauge. 
1.500,790 ; July 8. 

Bacharach Industrial Instrument Company. (See Bach- 
arach, Herman, assignor.) 

Bachelder, David S., Decatur, 111. Brace for fenders. 
1,501,834; July 15. 

Bachelder, Percy M.. Worcester, Mass. Loose-card bill 
holder. 1 .487,700 ; Mar. 25. 

Bacher, Lewis H., Bath, Me. Dirigible headlight. 
1,489,970; Apr. 8. 

Baclimnn. Frank E.. Port Henry. N. Y. Titanium com- 
pound and its manufacture. Relo.fl73 : Dec. 23. 

Bachman, Frank B., Port Henry, N. Y. Titanium com- 
pound and its manufacture. 1,489,417 ; Apr. 8. 

Bachman, Frank E., Port Henry, N. Y. Paint and 

*^ pigment. 1,489,418; Apr. 8. 

Bachman. John S., Rome, Ga. Twister. 1,500,296; 
.July 8. 

Bachman, Otto B., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Na- 
tional Autoparts Corporation, Dover, Del. Demount- 
able rim. 1.515.538 ; Nov. 11. 

Bachman, Roy G., assignor to Amorito Products Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Building material. 1,506,804 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Bachman, Rudolph, assignor to U. S. Slicing Machine 
Company, Laporte, Ind. Driving mechanism for slicing 
machines. 1.486,274 ; Mar. ll. 

Bachmann, Paul G. (See Beamesderfer, H. S., and Bach- 
mann.) 

Bachmann, Siegmund, Chicago, 111. Bos. 1.481,973; 
Jan. 29. 

Bachmann, Wilhelm, Zurich, Switzerland. Mortise lock. 
1.490.578; Apr. 15. 

Bachmann, Wilhelm, Zurich, Switzerland. Wood and 
like fastening. 1,503,622; Aug. 5. 

Eaclirach, William, assitrnor to The Dearborn Company, 
Chic:igo. 111. Ironing board. 1.512.G63; Oct. 21. 

Bacigalupi, Tony, Stockton, Calif. Bicycle pedal spindle. 
1.492,191 ; Apr. 29. 

Backcrt, John C, Lynbrook, N. Y., assignor to Miller Saw- 
Trimmer Company. Pittsburgh, Pa. Gauging device. 
1,491,184; Apr. 22. 

Backliaus. Arthur .\., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial .\lcohol Co. Purifying carbon dioxide. 
1.493,183; May 6. 

Backhau.-^, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md.. assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Recovering absolute alcohol. 
1,508,435; Sept. 16. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore. Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Apparatus for recovering abso- 
lute alciihol free from foreign materials. 1.508,430: 
Sept. IG. 

Backhaus. Arthur .\., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co., Inc. Manufacturing esters. 
l..-"n.463; Sept. 23. 



Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial -Vlcohol Co. Making decolorizing carbons. 
1.510,131 ; Sept. 30. 

Backhaus, Arthur A.. Baltimore. Md., assignor to V. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Purifvin.g carbon dioxide ad- 
vantageously. 1,510.373 : .Sept. 30. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Fuel for motors. 1,516,907 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Backhaus, Gottlieb, New York, N. Y. Window-cleaning 
device. 1,492,281; Apr. 29. 

Backlund. Knute. Pittslmrgh. Pa. Tie member for con- 
crete forms. 1.518.955 ; Dec. 9. 

Backlund, Oscar T., Deer Lodge, Mont. Muffler cutout. 
1.497,472 ; June 10. 

Backmire, George H., Collegeville, Pa. Adapter for 
smoke and fume arresters. 1,507,269 ; Sept. 2. 

Backmire, George H., Collegeville, Pa. Fume arrester. 
1,507,270; Sept. 2. 

Backstay Macnine & Leather Company, The. (See 
Schemmel, Robert C, assignor.) 

Biickstrom, Helge M. (See Cederberg, Ivar W., assignor.) 

Backus, Guy C, Cleveland, Ohio. Tag holder and box 
puU. 1,486,004 ; Mar. 4. 

Backus, Hubert V. (See \:in Orman, I!. L.. and Backus.) 

Backus, Hubert V. (See Young, L. A., and Backus.) 

Backus, John C, assignor to Backus Novelty Company. 
Smethport, Pa. Ash tray. 1.504.310; Aug. 12. 

Backus Novelty Company. (See Backus, John C, as- 
signor. ) 

Bacon, Allan H., St. Louis, Mo. Sash lock. 1,480,338; 
Jan. 8. 

Bacon, Allan H., St. Louis, Mo. Nail. 1,490,722; 
Apr. 15. 

Bacon, Allan H., St. Louis, Mo. Cuff button. 1,507,568 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Bacon, Allan H., St. bonis. Mo. CuEf button. 1,507,569 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Bacon, Charles, Fresno, Calif. Brace for holding boxes 
and crates in railway cars. 1.517,100 ; Nov. 25. 

Bacon, Charles J. (See Tallmar, W. J., and Bacon.) 

Bacon, Chester A., assignor to Bowen Products Corpora- 
tion. Auburn, N. Y. Lubricator and filler therefor. 
1,513.687; Oct. 28. 

Bacon. Dexter S., Minneapolis, Minn. Appliance for reg- 
ulatins teeth. 1.511.712; Oct. 14. 

Bacon, George M., assignor to Bacon Multiplier, Incorpo- 
rated, Salt Lake City, Utah. Calculating machine. 
1,503,742; Aug. 5. 

Bacon. George M., assignor to Bacon Multiplier, Incorpo- 
rated, Salt Lake City, Utah. Multiplying machine. 
1,508.762; Sept. 16. 

Bacon, George M., assignor to Bacon Multiplier, Incor- 
porated. Salt Lake City, Utah. Computing machine. 
1.518.172; Dec. 9. 

Bacon, George M.. assignor to Bacon Multiplier. Incor- 
porated. Salt Lake City, Utah. Computing machine. 
1.518.17.": Dec. 9. 

Bacon Multiplier, Incorporated. (See Bacon, George M., 
assignor.) 

Bacon, Nathaniel T., Peace Dale, R. I., assignor to The 
Solvay Process Company, Solvay, N. Y. Apparatus for 
concentrating solutions. 1.485,475 ; Mar. 4. 

Bacon, Nathaniel T.. Peace Dale, R. I., assignor to The 
Solvay Process Company. Solvay. N. Y. Apparatus 
for recovering mixed salts from solution. 1,519,476 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Bacon, Raymond F., New York, and C. H. Kidwell, St. 
George, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Van 
Heusen Products, Inc. Collar and cuff and making the 
same. 1,490,081 ; Apr. 15. 

Bacon, Raymond F., New York, and C. H. Kidwell, New 
Brighton. N. Y., assignors to J. M. Van Ileu.seu. Bos- 
tonr Mass. Making moldable fabric for various uses. 
1,509,920; Sept. 30. 

Bacon. William D., Wellington, New Zealand. Means for 
preventing the turning of cylinder and the like locks. 
1.480,650 ; ,Tan. 15. 

Bacon. William J., et al. (See Inge, Arthur M., as- 
signor.) 

Bacon. William M., assignor to E. S. Kyle, Chicago, 111. 
Printing machine. 1,513.082; Oct. 28. 

Bacot. Byron L., McComb, Miss. Koofing tile. 1.516.696: 
Nov. 25. 

Badailiaoca, .Joseph, Paterson, N. J. Safety seat for 
window cleaners. l..")05.525 ; Aug. 19. 

Baddiley, James, J. Hill, Manchester, and E. B. Ander- 
son, Ilemyock, near Tiverton, assignors to British 
Dyestuffs Corporation Limited. Manchester. England. 
Dyeing acetyl cellulose. 1,498,315; June 17. 

Badenhausen, John P., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam super- 
heating system for marine boilers. 1,481,883; Jan. 29. 

Bader, Walter, Spondon, near Derby, assignor to Dr. H. 
Dreyfus, London, Enirlnnd. Manufacture of alkyl com- 
pounds. 1.4S4.249: Feb. 19. 

Bader, Walter, Spondon, near Derby, England, and D. 
A. Nightingale, Cumberland, Md. ; s.iid Bader as- 
signor to The American Cellulose & Chemical Manu- 
facturing Company, Limited, Inc., New Y^ork, N. Y. 
Manufacture of alkyl derivatives. 1,489,380; Apr. 8. 

Badger, E. B., and Sons Company. (See Merriam, Harry 
I'., assignor.) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Badger Fire Extinguisher Company. (See Norton, Jer- 
ome B.. assignor.) 

Badger Mfg. Corporation. (See Frencli, H. L., and 
Starck, assignors.) 

Badger, Thomas N., Berkeley, Calif. Letter drop. 
1.480,041 ; .Ian. 8. 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Jannek, Josef, as- 
signor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., and 
Balz, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., and 
Kircher, assignors.) 

Badische .\nilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., Will- 
froth, and Balz, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Nawiasky, Paul, 
assignor.) 

Badische .Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Schmidt, O., and 
Dlrich, assignors.) 

Badische Maschinenfahrik & Eisengiesserei vorm. G. 
Sebold and Sebold & NeflC. (See Henninger, Ludwig, 
assignor.) 

^ndollet, Marion S., J. Hamilton, and C. F. Walton, jr., 
Washington, D. C, dedicated, by mesne assignments, to 
the citizens of the United States of America. Perma- 
nent coloriraetric standard for hydrogen ion determi- 
nation. 1,505,185 : Aug. 19. 

Uadour, Philip A. (See Baldwin, Charles E., assignor.) 

Badowski, Alfred, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Tiregage Valve Corporation, Charleston, W. Va. Pres- 
sure gauge for tires. 1,499,327 ; July 1. 

Badowski, .\lfred, assicnor, by mesne assignments, to 
Tiregage Valve Corporation, Charleston, W. Va. Pres- 
sure gauge for tires. 1,499,328 : July 1. 

Badowski Alfred, assignor to Tirometer Valve Corpora- 
tion, Charleston, W. Va. Pressure gauge for tires. 
1,499,497; July 1. 

Badowski, Alfred, as.signor to Tirometer Valve Corpora- 
tion of America, Charleston, W. Va. Pressure gauge 
for pneumatic tires. 1,517,484 ; Dec. 2. 

Badowski, Alfred, assignor to Tirometer Valve Coruora- 
tion of America, Charleston, W. Va. Tire-stem ijressure 
gauge. 1,517.485 ; Dec. 2. 

Badowski, Alfred, assignor to Tirometer Valve Corpora- 
tion of America, Charleston, W. Va. Transparent cap 
for tire-stem pressure gauges. 1,517,486; Dec. 2. 

Baehr, Albert M. (See Fleming, W. K,, and Bachr.) 

liachr, (Jeorge, Irwin, Pa. Expansible composite roll. 
1,494,331 ; May 20. 

Baehr, John J., New Orleans, La. Garment protector. 
1,504,016 ; Aug. 5. 

Baentsch, Erich, assignor to Waggon- und Maschinenban 
Aktiengesellschaft Gorlitz, Gorlitz, Germany. Appa- 
ratus for transmitting power. 1,495,567 ; Alay 27. 

Baer, Abram K., assignor to Strouse-Baer Company, 
Baltimore, Md. Adjustable garment. 1,500,981 ; 
July S. 

Baer, Carl ,T., St. Louis, Mo. Dredging system. 
1,503,680; Aug. 5. 

Baer, Charles H., assignor of thirty-three and one-third 
per cent to Arthur L. Holmes, San Francisco, Calif. Ma- 
chine for stuffing cushions and the like. 1,482,06-'; ; 
Jan. 29. 

Baer, Harry A. D., Allentown, Pa. Safety lamp. 
1,498,502 ; June 17. 

Baer, Julius, assignor to Webbing & Edging Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Bias trimming. Des. 64,236; 
Mar. IS. 

Baer, Lawrence E., assignor to The Baer & Wilde Com- 
pany, ,\ttleboro, Mass. Display device. 1,490,723 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Baer, Bichard, New York, N. Y. Locking device. 
1.499,091 : June 24. 

Baer & Wilde Company, The. (See Baer, Lawrence E., 
assignor.) 

Baereiifaenger, Ervin, New York, N. Y. Potato cutter. 
1,490.917 ; June 10. 

Bnerwald. Charles H., et al. (See Kamrath, Emll L., 
assignor.) 

Bnerwald, Herman J., et al. (See Kamrath, Emll L., as- 
signor.) 

Baetz. Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Method of ventilation. 
1.488,225 ; Mar. 25. 

Baetz. Henrv, St. Louis, Mo. Air heater. 1,517,487 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Baetz. Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Ventilating apparatus. 
1.518.127: Dec. 9. 

Bagby, Ralph B., assignor to J. G. Cherry Company, Ce- 
dar Itapids, Iowa. Ice-cream freezer. 1,512,665; 
Oct. 21. 

Baixhy, Robert T., assignor of one-half to E. M. Kllby, 
I'irniingham, Ala. Crossover mine switcli. 1,480,730 : 
Jan. 15. 

BaL'don, Peter, Kincaid, 111. Miner's drill. 1,499,141; 
June 24. 

Bager, Svante R. W. M., assignor to Bucyrus Company, 
South Milwaukee, Wis. Excavator-supporting frame 
and traction means therefor. 1,485,945 ; Mar. 4. 

Bnirer. Svanto R. W. M.. South Milwaukee, and O. F. 
Kaeser, Milwaukee, assignors to Bucyrus Company, 
South iMilwaukee, Wis. Excavating machinerv. 
1,511.437: Oct. 14. 

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Bagg, Earle W. (See De Vos, K. M., and Bacg.) 
Eagg, Hollis B., Watertown, Conn., assignor to Scovill 

Manufacturing Company. Scale. 1,506,879 ; Sept. 2. 
Baggett, Elias Z., Wallace, Ala. Wagon-shaft tug. 

1,493,230 ; May 6 
Baggs, Kate B., Atlanta, Ga. Bath device. 1,481,819 ; 

Jan. 29. 
Bagley, Fred A., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Tank heater. 

1,502,008; July 22. 
Bagnall, Guy 1'., Los Angeles, Calif. Direction indicator 

for motor-driven vehicles. 1,486,410 ; Mar. 11. 
Bagnulo, Alberto, Turin, Italy. Carbureting apparatus 

for Internal-combustion engines. I,489,2b0 ; Apr. 8. 
Bagos, John, Macdonaldton, Pa. Vehicle drawbar. 

1.512,075; Oct. 21. 
Bagwell, John M., Chico, Calif. Pole protector. 

1,507,103 ; Sept. 2. ' 

Bahl, Errold G., Lincoln, Nebr. Fuselage form. 

1,492,952; May 6, 
Bahnmayer, Arthur, Mannheim, Germany. Indicator and 

recorder for high pressure. 1,513,022 ; Oct. 28. 
Bahr, Daniel, Dunlap, Iowa. Fruit-stemming machine. 

1.510,578 ; Oct, 7. 
Bahr. Wilhelm E., Osceola, Nebr. Trap gun. 1,510,971 ; 

Oct. 7. 

Bail, Arthur. (See Castro, J. F., and Bail.) 

Bailey, Anna D., New York, N. Y. Adjustable dress form. 
1,479,443 ; Jan. 1. 

Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company. (See Bailey, Charles 
W., assignor.) 

Bailey, Benjamin F., jr., assignor of one-third to B. I. 
Trotter, Lucedale, Miss. Light dinrmer for motor ve- 
hicles. 1,509,538 ; Sept. 23. 

Bailey Brake Co. (See Bailey, John W., assignor.) 

Bailey, Cameron V., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for use 
in sampling gas for analysis. 1,502,324 ; July 22. 

Bailey, Charles A., Cromwell, Conn. Automatic lighting 
and sound-producing device. 1,497,399 ; June 10. 

Bailey, Charles A., et al. (See Jones, David W., as- 
signor. ) 

Bailey, Charles F., Los Angeles, Calif. Electric safety 
razor. 1,504,311 ; Aug. 12. 

Bailey, Charles G., York, Pa. Camera support. 1,480,651 ; 
Jan. 15. 

r.ailey, Charles S., Ashland, assignor to Schuylkill Elec- 
tric Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Antitheft device for 
meters. 1,494,404 ; May 20. 

Bailey, Charles W., assignor to The Bailey, Banks & 
Biddle Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ring. Des. 6''>.925 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Bailey, Christopher C, Clinton, Miss. Doubletree. 
1,503,780; Aug. 5. 

Bailey. Clifford E., Cromwell, assignor to W. M. Sheedy, 
Middlotown, Conn. Wheeled toy. 1.514.824; Nov. 11. 

Bailey, Edwin W. M., Amesbury, Mass. Window guide 
1.521.168: Dec. 30. 

Bailey, Ernest F. (See Wolfe, Harry II.. assignor.) 

Baiiey, Ernest L., C. H. Scott, and W. Wiley, Lookout, 
Ky. Mine door. 1,510,374 ; Sept. 30. 

Bailey Fitwell Company, The. (See Sanduskv, Earl, as- 
signor.) 

Bailey, Frank H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Production of light 
1.484,287 : Fell. 19. 

Bailey, Frederick W. (See De Forest, E. J. W., and 
Bailey.) 

Bailey, George. (See Shippert, W. A., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, George, Fort William, Ontario, Canada. Tie. 
1,497,532 ; June 10. 

Bailey, George C, Woodcliffi-on-Hudson, N. J., assignor 
to The Barrett Company. Producing anthranuinone. 
1.515,325; Nov. 11. 

Bailey, George D., et al. (See Jones, David W., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey, H. Charles, Seneca, Kans. Apparatus for grading 
hills. 1,514.644 ; Nov. 11. 

Bailey, Hubert, New York, N. Y. Polishing tool. 
1,489,971; Apr. 8. 

Bailey. Hubert, New York, N. Y. Washing appliance. 
1.508.265 ; Sept. 9. 

Bailey, James F., Columbia, S. C. Demountable attach- 
ment for tractors. 1,479,422; Jan. 1. 

Bailey, John W., assignor to Bailey Brake Co., Seattle, 
Wash. .Vutoniobile hral;e. 1.484.:;16: Fell. 19. 

Bailey, Joseph V. (See Keller, Gustave A., assignor.) 

Bailey, Lorin II., Washington, D. C. dedicated, by mesne 
assignments, to the citizens of the United States of 
America. Manufacture of leavened bread. 1,505,236 ; 
Aug. 19. • 

Bailey, Meritt R., Burbank, Calif. Tool for replacing 
transmission covers on Ford cars. 1,492,663; May 6. 

Bailey. Morris J.. Wiiitlnop, Mass. Extension delivery 
mechnnism. 1,519.817: Dec. 16. 

Bailey, Percy S., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Blectric-lamp support. 1,494.208; 
May 13. 

Bailey, Percy S., Lynn, Mass., assignor to GenernJ 
Electric Company. Reflector. 1,504,017 ; Aug. 5. 

Bailey. Percv T., MIddletown, R. 1, Wire-fence tie. 
1.511,099 ; Oct. 7. 

Rallev, Prentiss, New Hartford, N. Y. Baler. 1,503,183; 
July 29. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bailey, Raud S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Frivate-branch- 
exehauge circuits. 1,514,645 ; 5>ov. 11. 

Bailey, Stephen L., Bristol, England. Saddle. 1,502,975 ; 
July 29. 

Bailey, Thomas A. (See Gushing, W. F., sr., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, V. W., et al. (See Foster, Walter L., assignor.) 

Bailey, \Yilliam J. (See Gwathney, A., and Bailey.) 

Bailhe, George, Fort Wayne, Ind. Accelerator for motor 
vehicles. 1,479,492 ; Jan. 1. 

Bailhe, George, Fort Wayne, Ind. Accelerator for motor 
vehicles. 1,495,061 ; May 20. 

Bailhe, George, Fort Wayne, Ind. Accelerator for motor 
vehicles. 1,495,062 ; May 20. 

Bailhe, George, Fort Wayne, Ind. Accelerator for motor 
vehicles. 1,495,063 ; May 20. 

Bailie,. Samuel, Camden, N. J. Hollow throttle valve. 
1,482,211 ; Jan. 29. 

Bailie, Jean L., assignor to Societe Baille-Lemaire et Fils, 
Paris, France. Combined roll-holding and plate camera. 
1,481,673; Jan. 22. 

Bailie, Jean L., assignor to Baille-Lemaire & Fils, Paris, 
France. System of braces for supporting the folding 
beds of folding cameras. 1,512,604 ; Oct. 21. 

Baille-Lemaire & Fils. (See Bailie, Jean L., assignor.) 

Bailly, Armand, Paris, France. Pneumatic hammer. 
1,499,569 ; July 1. 

Baily, Presley G., Eagle Rock, Calif. Lid-removing de- 
vice. 1,511,315 : Oct. 14. 

Baily, Thaddeus F., Alliance, Ohio. Electric furnace. 
1,506,281; Aug. 26. 

Baima. Lominick B., Detroit, Mich. Tire carrier. 
1,518,295 ; Dec. 9. 

Bain, Benjamin F. (See Hetzner, Albert, assignor.) 

Bain, Benjamin F., assignor to Wolverine Supply and 
Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ironing-table 
structure. 1,481,528; Jan. 22. 

Bain, Forfie. (See Searles, A. M., and Bain.) 

Bain, Forge, La Grange, 111. Wrench. 1,503,084 ; July 29. 

Bain, Harriet P., et al. (See Mitchell, Ardon M., as- 
signor.) 

Bain, Irving L. (See Edgecumhe, G. W., and Cowderoy, 
assignors.) 

Bain, James H., West Cheshire, Conn. Folding shoe- 
polishing stand. 1,486,118 ; Mar. 11. 

Bain, Joseph G., Pittsburs^li, and L. M. Stempel, Dormont, 
assignors to Lewis Foundry & Machine Company, 
Pittsburgh, I'a. Bridling apparatus. 1,488,583 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Bain, Joseph G., Pittsburgh, and L. M. Stempel, Dor- 
mont, assignors to Lewis Foundry & Machine Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, I*a. Bridling apparatus. 1,493,231 ; 
May 6. 

Bain, Wilson C, and F. P. Pitman, Wichita Falls, Tex. 
Recording an address. 1,521,417; Dec. 30. 

Baines Engineering Company, The. (See Baihes, Henry 
C, assignor.) 

Bailies, Henry C, Dover, assignor to The Baines Engi- 
neering Company, Canal Dover, Ohio. Self-propelled 
agricultural implement. 1,494,881 ; May 20. 

Bair, Joseph II., Philadelphia, Pa. Counter. 1,482,530: 
Feb. 5. 

Baird, Andrew H.. Edinburgh, Scotland. Universal clamp. 
1,503,344; July 29. 

Baird. Cassius M. C, Chicago, 111. Spray nozzle. 
1,5-J0.04S : Dec. 23. 

Baird, David M., Bellefourche, S. Dak. Animal-feeding 
device. 1,518.553: Dec. 9. 

Baird, Edward P., Evanston, assignor to Chicago Cabi- 
net Lock Company, Chicago, 111. Lock. 1,489,338; 
Apr. 8. 

Baird, Frank T., Blue Island, 111. Adapter. Rel5,Sll ; 
Apr. 8. 

Baird, Hansel S., Denver, Colo. Back for brushes. 
1,503,014 ; July 29. 

Baird, Hugar W., assignor to Rand. McNallv & Company, 
Chicngo, 111. Globe mounting. 1.4nS,l'25 : June 17. 

Baird. Roswell C, Cumberland, Wis. Pendulum level. 
1.. -.05.018; Aug. 19. 

Baird, Samuel, London. England. Box and container for 
cigars, cigarettes, and the like. 1,501,690; July 15. 

Baisch, Carroll, Lincoln, Nebr. Rotary internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1,504,926 ; Aug 12. 

Bai.>den. Edwaid J., a.ssignor, by mesne assignments, of 
one-h.nlf (o O. R. Grev and one-half to G. J. Lloyd. 
Now York. N. Y. Child's vehicle. 1,510,491 ; Oct. 7. 

Baits, Benjamin, East St. Louis, 111. Fordson fifth wheel. 
1,491,185 ; Apr. 22. 

Baits, Stuart G. (See Fekete, S. I., and Baits.) 

Bajns. Jniin, Canaajiville, Ohio. Oil-well grapple. 
1.486,624: M;ir. 11. 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Turkington, Victor H., as- 
signor.) 

Bakir. .Miner D.. Swanton, Ohio. Boiler-pressure control. 
1,520,922; Dec. 30, 

Baker, Alexander l'.. Quincy, Mass. Tympan clamp. 
1,508,951 ; Sept. 10. 

DakiT. -Arthur, Breckenridpe, Mo. Line and ground wire 
connector. 1.494,332: May 20. 

Baker. Benjamin 11,, Bristol. England, Springing of 
vehicles. 1.506.030 ; Aug. 26. 

E.akir. Bertram F. (See McClellan, Walter N., as- 
signor.) 



Baker Casing Shoe Company. (See Baker, Reuben C, 
assignor.) 

Baker, Catherine. (See Baker, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Baker, Cecil, Edmunds, N. Dak. Weight lor hors« 
blankets. 1,489,301 ; Apr. 8. 

Baker, Charles A., Great Falls, Mont. Tire alarm. 
1,488,426 ; Mar. 25. 

Baker, Charles L., St. Joseph, Mo. Steam-regulated ex- 
haust nozzle. 1,481,337 ; Jan. 22. 

Baker, Chester A., Omaha, Nebr. Valve mechanism. 
1,483,153; Feb. 12. 

Baker, Clarence I., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Comjiany, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Card holder. 1,491,331 ; Apr. 22. 

Baker, Clarence \V., et al. (See Moreo, Earl H., as- 
signor.) 

Baker & Company. (See Maeulen, F., and Van Allen, 
assignors.) 

Baker, Conard, Florence, Kans. Rod carrier. 1,519,104 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Baker, Daniel N., and J. Pariseau, assignors to W. G. 
Clark & Co., Inc., North Attleboro, Mass. Cuff button. 
1,484,807 ; Feb. 26. 

Baker, David S., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to National 
Evaporator Corporation, Providence, R. I. Drier. 
1,504,854 ; Aug. 12. 

Baker, Edwin M., Ann Arbor, assignor to C. Girl, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. Process of and means for nickel plating. 
1,504,206 ; Aug. 12. 

Baker, Edwin M., Ann Arbor, assignor to C. Girl, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. Determining boric acid in nickel-con- 
taining solutions. 1,504,207 ; Aug. 12. 

Baker, Emerson W. (See FalwoU, Wray, assignor.) 

Baker, Erie K., Chicago, 111. Bicycle and motor drive 
therefor. 1,503,935 ; Aug. 5. 

Baker, Erie K., assignor to Baker Wheel & Rim Company, 
Chicago, 111. Extensible wheel carrier. 1,519,751 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Baker, Frank, Alderson, W. Va. Pitman connection for 
mowing machines. 1,510,817 ; Oct. 7. 

Baker, Frank L., Chicago, 111. Lubricating system for 
motor vehicles. 1,515,822 ; Nov. 18. 

Baker, Franklin, Company. (See Tenney, Dwlght, a»- 
signor.) 

Baker, i'rederick C., Portland, Oreg. Combined reading 
and indirect room-lighting lamp. 1,495,391 ; May 27. 

Baker Gas Saver Company. (See Baker, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Baker, George H., London, England. File with ex- 
pansible pockets. 1,489,730 ; Apr. 8. 

Baker, Gilbert L., Oakdale, Calif. Permutation lock for 
automobiles. 1,480,590; Jan. 15. 

Baker, Harry G.. Worcester, Mass. Applying driving 
bands to spindles. 1.519,183 ; Dec. 16. 

Baker, Harry J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to The 
Prest - - Lite Company, Inc. Storage battery. 
1,506,403; Aug. 26. 

Baker, Harrj' L., Los Angeles, Calif. Machine for trim- 
ming solid tires. 1,486,474 ; Mar. 11. 

Baker, Hartley O., assignor to The Baker Steam Motor 
Car and Manufacturing Co., Inc., Pueblo, Colo. Com- 
bination water column and water and fuel controller. 
1.484.546 ; Fob. 19, 

Baker, Henry S., Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, as- 
signor to General Electric Company. Regulating svs- 
tem. 1,487.504 ; Mar. IS. 

Baker, Herbert H., Ilanford, Calif. Connecting-rod tool. 
1,492,062 ; Apr. 29. 

Baker, J. T., Chemical Company. (See Garis, Herbert 
IL, assignor.) 

Baker, James B. (See Brougham, Edward, assignor.) 

Baker, James W., Santa Cruz, Calif. Gate. 1,4S.S,S50 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Baker, James W.. Dothan, Ala. Box. 1,496,288 ; .Tune 3. 

IJaker, John, I'atirson, N. J. Flexible connection. 
1,484,202; Feb. 19. 

Baker, John C, Worcester, Mass., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Drop worm mech- 
anism. 1,490,411 ; Apr. 15. 

B.Tkor, John C, Nutloy, assignor to Wallace & Tiernan 
Co., Inc.. Belleville, N. J. Producing nitrogen trichlo- 
ride. 1.510,132 ; Sept. 30. 

Baker, John S,, Los Angeles, Calif. Ballot-counting ma- 
chine. 1,507,548; Sept. 2. 

Kakor. Joseph. Sons & Perkins Company. (See Baker, 
]{. E. Cummins, and Ford, assignors,) 

Baker. Joseph, Sons & I'erkins Company. (See Baker, 
K. E.. and Harbor, assi.gnors.) 

Baker, Joseph A,, Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to Rand 
Companv, Inc., North Tonawanda, N. Y. Index de- 
vice. 1.481,821 ; Jan. 29. 

Baker, Josojih W. (See Tackabery, Claud M,, assignor.) 

Hakor. Linnaeus E,. assi.ijcnor to Wayne Tank and Pump 
Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Stabilizer for drain pipes. 
1,498.:',39 : June 17. 

Baker, Max L. (See Danks, ic. L., and Baker.) 

Bakor. Milo A.. II. V. Durant, and S. U. King, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Safety device for high-speed elevators. 
1,505,304 ; Aucr. 19. 

Baker, Myron, Washington, D. C. Tiltable vehicle stand. 
1.480.529 : Jan. S. 

Baker, Myron, Bridgeport, Conn. Tiltable vehicle plat- 
form. 1,503,781; Aug. 5. 



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Baker, Nelson M., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Eyeglass case. 1,486,119 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See 
Dove, Walter T., assignor.) 

Baker, Norman G., Muscatine, Iowa. Automatic cal- 
liope. 1,512,666; Oct. 21. 

Baker, Paul H., Bluffton, Ind. Combined bottle stopper 
and pouring spout. 1,520,845 ; Dec. 30. 

Baker, Phillip, Maiden, Mass. Mattress-filling machine 
with double rotary beater. 1,502,367; July 22. 

Baker, R & L, Company, The. (See Hertner, John H., 
assignor.) 

Baker K & L, Company, The. (See Eemde, Edward H., 
assignor.) 

Baker B. & L Company, The. (See Stahl, Edward J., as- 
signor. ) 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Casing 
Shoe Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Bridge builder. 
1,497,629 ; June 10. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Casing Shoe 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Floating plug for well 
casings. 1,508,586; Sept. 16. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Casing 
Shoe Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Clean-out bailer. 
1,513,083; Oct. 28. 

Baker, Reuben C., assignor to Baker Casing Shoe Com- 
pany, Coalinga, Calif. Elevator safety device. 
1.517,986; Dec. 2. 

Baker, Robert E., Bronxville, and L. S. Harber, liatonab, 
assignors to Joseph Baker Sons & Perkins Company, 
Inc., White Plains, N. Y. Lubricating device. 
1,499,142; June 24. 

Baker, Robert E., Bronxville, and L. S. Harber, Katonah, 
assignors to Joseph Baker Sons & Perkins Company, 
Inc., White Plains, N. Y. Conveyer for plastic bodies. 
1,499,799; July 1. 

Baker, Robert E., Bronxville, A. F. Cummins, White 
Plains, N. Y., and E. H. Ford, Los Angeles, Calif., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Joseph Baker Sons 
& Perkins Company, Inc., White Plains, N. Y. Dis- 
charge device. 1,514,362 ; Nov. 4. 

Baker, Robert E., Bronxville, A. F. Cummins, White 
Plains, N. Y., and E. H. Ford, Los Angeles, Calif., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Joseph Baker Sons 
& Perkins Company, Inc., White Plains, N. Y. Safety 
device for conveyer mechanisms. 1,520,000 ; Dec. 23. 

Baker, Robert E., Pittsburgh, Pa., and H. W. Jordan, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for treating grains and 
organic matter. 1,509,280; Sept. 23. 

Baker, Roy. C, WoUaston, Mass. Marking book signa- 
tures. 1,511,438 ; Oct. 14. 

Baker, Samuel B., Johnstown, Pa. Amusement appa- 
ratus. 1,512,739 ; Oct. 21. 

Baker Steam Motor Car and Manufacturing Co., The. 
(See Baker, Hartley O., assignor.) 

Baker Steam Motor Car and Manufacturing Co., 
The. (See Orr, Carleton A., assignor.) 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Combination 
bathroom fixture. Des. 65,891 ; Nov. 4. 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Combination bath- 
room fixture. Des. 65,892 ; Nov. 4. 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Bathroom fixture. 
Des. 66,315 ; Dec. 30. 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Bathroom bracket 
or hook. Des. 66,316 ; Dec. 30. 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Bathroom shelf 
or receptacle. Des. 66,317 ; Dec. 30. 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Grab rail or similar 
article. Des. 66,318 ; Dec. 30. 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Bathroom paper 
holder. Des. 66,319 ; Dec. 30. 

Baker, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Bracket for bath- 
room fixtures. Des. 66.320 ; Dec. 30. 

Baker, Theodore. (See Whittaker, H. P., and Baker.) 

Baker, Thomas J., assignor to C. Baker, Chicago, 111. 
Faucet. 1,493,315; May 6. 

Baker Valve Company. (See Olney, George W., assignor.) 

Baker, Walter H. (See Norris, D. R., Baker, and Walker.) 

Baker, Walter R. G., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Signaling system. 
1,518,682; Dec. 9. 

Baker, Walter R. G,, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Signaling system. 
1,518,683; Dec. 0. 

Baker, William, Cincinnati, Ohio. Scrub brush. 
1,512.740 ; Oct. 21. 

Baker, William A., assignor to Baker Gas Saver Company, 
Elgin, Tex. Hot-air pipe for carburetors. 1,508,437 ; 
Sept. 16. 

Baker, William A., Southampton, England. Safety fas- 
tener for jewelry. 1,514.030 ; Nov. 4. 

Baker. William A., and F. A. Ramler, Toledo, Ohio. 
Smoke consumer. 1,504,414 ; Aug. 12. 

Baker, William C. (See Fannon. William F., assignor.) 

Baker, William F., Wayne, Pa. Game board. 1,501,641 ; 
July 15. 

Baker, William J., Newport, Ky. Device for forming 
metallic objects. 1,501,388 ; July 15. 

Baker, William J., Newport, Ky. Machine for forming 
metallic strips. 1 501,389 ; July 15. 

Baker, William Xj., OoIcoiuIm, 111. Napkin dispon.ser and 
menu holder. 1,515,238; Nov. 11. 



Baker Wheel & Rim Company. (See Baker, Erie K., as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Zaring A., Los Angeles, Calif. Sun and wind 
shield. 1,493,915; May 13. 

Bakesef, Samuel, and H. H. Epstein, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Collapsible hammock. 1,480,591 ; Jan. 15. 

Bakke, Laurits K. O., Emmetsburg, Iowa. Carrier-operat- 
ing mechanism for binders. 1,502,102 ; July 22. 

Bakken, Andrew H., Edgewood Park. Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Cir- 
cuit-interrupter interlock. 1,481,884 ; Jan. 29. 

Bakken, Tollef O., Bode, Iowa. Chicken waterer and 
feeder. 1,484,860; Feb. 26. 

Bakken, Tollef O., Bode, Iowa. Chicken waterer and 
feeder. 1,488,584 ; Apr. 1. 

Bakken, Tollef O., Bode, Iowa. Oil can. 1,500,791 ; 
July 8. 

Bakula, Frank A., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Alfred 
Vester Sons, Inc., Providence, R. I. Wall plate for 
lighting fixture. Des. 64,884 ; June 17. 

Bal, William, Newark, N. J. Folding box. 1,501,896 ; 
July 22. 

Balaam, Arthur G. (See Lewis, A. F., and Balaam.) 

Balatta, Frank S., St. Paul, Minn. Door-actuating mech- 
anism. 1,485,476 ; Mar. 4. 

Balcerzak, Frank. (See Lijeske, A., and Balcerzak.) 

Balcker, Marten, Chicago, 111. Hydraulic air compres- 
sor. 1,509,094; Sept. 23. 

Balcker, Martin. (See Grunwald, A., and Balcker.) 

Balcker, Martin, assignor to Marquette Tool & Manufac- 
turing Co., Chicago, 111. Pressure pad. 1,503,105 ; 
July 29. 

Balda, Joseph O., assignor to A. H. Heisey & Co., Newark, 
Ohio. Goblet or similar article. Des. 64,040 ; Feb. 26. 

Balda, Joseph O., assignor to A. H. Heisey & Company. 
Newark, Ohio. Pitcher or similar article. Des. 66,258 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Baldauf, John F., Casper, Wyo. Grease gun. 1,483,268 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Baldauf, Richard. (See Isaacs, A., and Baldauf.) 

Baldauf, Richard. (See Kenworthy, C. A., and Baldauf.) 

Balden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Auto- 
mobile testing apparatus. 1,511,496 ; Oct. 14. 

Balderston, William, assignor to French Battery & Car- 
bon Co., Madison, Wis. Battery. 1,487,428 ; Mar. 18. 

Balderston, William, assignor to French Battery & Car- 
bon Co., Madison, Wis. Battery. 1,487,429 ; Mar. 18. 

Balderston, William, assignor to French Battery & Car- 
bon Co., Madison, Wis. Battery. 1,487,430 ; Mar. 18. 

Balding, Harry. (See Harrison, John W., assignor.) 

Baldinger, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined clock case 
and electric lamp. Des. 63,766 ; Jan. 15. 

Balduf, Bruno E., Chicago, 111., assignor to United States 
Envelope Company, Springfield, Mass. Paper-cutting 
machine. 1,493,013 ; May 6. 

Balduf, Bruno E., (Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Wire or thread whipping mechanism. 1,497,832 ; 
June 17. 

Baldus, Paul C, Milwaukee, Wis. Wrench. 1,485,062 : 
Feb. 26. 

Baldwin, Bernard, Los Angeles, Calif. Bushing-facing 
tooL 1,491,577; Apr. 22. 

Baldwin, Charles E., assignor of one-fourth to P. A. 
Badour, Oconto, Wis. Tire-valve stem. 1,510,029 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Baldwin, Chauncey C, assignor to Standard Underground 
Cable Company, Perth Amboy, N. J. Annealing furnace. 
1,481,338; Jan. 22. 

Baldwin, Clarence K., Chicago, 111., assignor to Robins 
Conveying Belt Company. Apparatus for quenching 
coke. 1,502,977; July 29. 

Baldwin, Clarence K., Chicago, 111., and M. J. Pos, New 
York, N. Y., assignors to Robins Conveying Belt Com- 
pany. Troughing support for conveyer belts. 1,502,976 ; 
July 29. 

Baldwin, Clement J., Brldger, Mont. Shoulder-strap 
holder. 1,489,731; Apr. 8. 

Baldwin, Edmond H., Alameda, Calif. Cooking plate. 
1,510,030 ; Sept. 30. 

Baldwin, Eugene N., Donora, Pa. Secondary storage bat- 
tery. 1,504,312; Aug. 12. 

Baldwin, Frederick M., Los Angeles, Calif. Signaling de- 
vice for vehicles. 1,496,918 ; June 10. 

Baldwin, Frederick W., Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Ilydrodrome. 1,515,649 ; Nov. 18. 

Baldwin, Harry J., Colorado Springs, Colo. Automatic 
display apparatus. 1,483,324 ; Feb. 12. 

Baldwin, James G., Asheville, N. C. Oiling system for 

Internal-combustion engines. 1,506,553 ; Aug. 26. 
Baldwin, James M., deceased, Brownville, N. Y. ; M. R . 
Baldwin, administratrix. Steam drier. 1,520,923 ; 
Dec. 30. 
Baldwin, James P.. Los Angeles, Calif. Sliding clutch. 

1,521,588 ; Dec. 30. 
Baldwin. James P., Los Angeles, Calif. Shock absorber. 

1.521,589; Dec. 30. 
Baldwin, James V. (See Van Hise, L. E., and Baldwin.) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Merkllnger, F. 

E., and Limerick, assignors.) 
Baldwin T^nconiDlivc Works, The. (See PfcifCcr, John A., 
assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



(See Vauclain, J. L., 

(See Wallace, Allen, 

(See Wille, Henry V., 

(See Wille, H. V., 



Baldwin Locomotive Works, Tbe. 
and I'feiffer, assignors.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, Tlie. 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. 
and Rehfuss, assignors. 

Baldwin, Luther C, assignor to U. S. Bobbin & Shuttle 
Company, I'lovidence, R. I. . Drying machine. 1,498,774 ; 
June 24. 

Baldwin, Martin, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Brewer-Titchener Corporation, Cort- 
land, N. T. Vehicle top. 1.51S.128 : Dec. 9. 

Baldwin, Mary R., administratrix. (See Baldwin, 
James M.) 

Baldwin, Walter L., New Bedford, Mass. Automobile 
signal. 1,511,100 ; Oct. 7. 

Baldwin, Wiibert M., Mason, Mich. Saw-filing machine. 
1,486,851 ; Mar. 18. 

Baldwin, William S., Houston, Tes. Insecticide. 
1,520,924 : Dec. 30. 

Bales, Ivan. (See Pearce, O., and Bales.) 

Baley, Henry K., Dundas, Ontario, Canada. Rail joint. 
1,498,944 ; June 24. 

Balfour, Guthrie & Company. (See Jones, Paul R., as- 
signor. ) 

Balingao, Alfredo, Natividad, Pangasinan, P. I. Safety 
device for veliicle.s. 1,512,189 ; Oct. 21. 

Balistreri, Philip, Madison, Wis. Vase. Des. 64,393 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Balke, Willi R. (See Kramer, W., and Balke.) 

Balko, Charles, Van Meter, I'a. Fountain comb. 
1,517,696; Dec. 2. 

Balkwill, Wesley J., assignor to Multipost Company, In- 
corixirated, Rochester, N. Y. Machine for canceling 
stamps in rolls. 1,494,571 ; May 20. 

Balkwill, Wesley J., assignor to Multipost Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Printing apparatus. 1,497,766 ; 
June 17. 

Ball, Albert, Claremont, N. H., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Sullivan Machinery Company, Boston, 
Mass. Stoneworking machine. 1,500.597 : July 8. 

Ball. Albert, Claremont, N. H.. assignor to Sullivan Ma- 
chinery (jompauv. Channeling machine. 1,520,995 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Ball, Albert P., Royal Oak, assignor to Square D Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Electric switch. 1,491,655 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Square D Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Electric switch. 1,491,656 ; Apr. 22. 

Ball & Ball Carburetor Company. (See Ball, Frederick 
O., assignor.) 

Ball and JSocket Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Goddard, Charles A., assignor.) 

Ball, Bert C, I'ortland, Oreg. Combined flowmeter and 
primer. 1,495,315 ; May 27. 

Ball, Cecil L.. Stockton, Calif. Game score box. 
1,518.476; Dec. 9. 

Ball, Charles F.. Peoria, lU., assignor to Research Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Nonskid chain attachment for 
motor vehicles. 1,502,009 ; July 22. 

Ball, Charles O., assignor to Yellow Coach Manufacturing 
Companv, Chicago, 111. Motor vehicle. 1,521,064 ; 
Dec. .30. 

Ball, David L., Long Beach, Calif. Rotary motor. 
1,497,400; June 10. 

Ball, Edwin, Birmingham, and C. E. Abbott, Bessemer, 
Ala. Mining. I,!i01.930 ; July 22. 

Ball, Edwin, and J. M. McHugh, Birmingham, Ala. Coal- 
dust eliminator. 1,503,870 ; Aug. 5. 

Ball, Esar-Haddon, St. Paul, Minn. Reenforclng plate 
and template for switch boxes. 1,481,117 ; Jan. 15. 

Ball, Francis I>., Nottingham, England. Apparatus for 
wlndine yarn and the like. 1.489.107: .\pr. 1. 

Ball, Frederick O., Detroit, Mich. Pipe coupling. 
1,490,082; Apr. 15. 

Ball, Frederick O., assignor to Ball & Ball Carburetor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 1,485,759; 
Mar. 4. 
Ball, George E., assignor to Whiting Manufacturing Com- 
panv, BrldgeiKirt, Conn. Spoon or similar article. 
Des." 64,157 ; Mar. 11. 

Ball, George E.. assignor to Whiting Manufacturing 
Companv, Bridgeport, Conn. Beverage mixer. 
1.488,775 : Apr. 1. 

Ball, Gorlrudp E., Springfield, Mass. Milk-bottle closure 
cap. 1,512,667; Oct. 21. 

Ball, Guv M., Dayton, Ohio. Parachute. 1,511,154; 
Oct. 7." 

Ball, Harry V.. Montreal. Quebec, Canada, assignor to R. 
Hop and Co., New York, N. Y. Web joining and 
pasting di'vico. 1,518,241 ; Dec. 9. 

Ball, Jav O., Bogota, N. J. Combined shovel and ash 
sifter." 1,510.757; Oct. 7. 

Ball, James S.. St. Ivouls, Mo. Validating ticket punch. 

I,490,3.'i9; Apr. 15. 
Ball, James S., St. Louis, Mo. V.nlidating ticket punch. 
1.507,570; Sept. 9. 

Ball, John P., Chicago, 111. PUe-cutting saw. 1,505,237; 

Aug. 19. 
Ball, John P., Chicago. 111. Breakwater-wall construc- 
tion. 1,50.-), 238; Aug. 19. 



Ball, John M. (See Kibler, Edward, assignor.) 

Ball, John W. (See Bvnum, L. G., and Ball.) 

Ball, John R., Durango, Colo. Ball mill. 1,521,418 ; 

Dec. 30. 
Ball, Joseph C, Kinsdale, Va. Method and means for 

replacing battery posts and threads. 1,500.663 ; July 8. 
Ball, Louise C. (See Oliver, Webster J., assignor.) 
Ball, Lyman J., North Syracuse, assignor of one-half 

to D. H. Oakes, Syracuse, N. Y. Vaporizer. 1,513,732 ; 

Nov. 4. 
Ball. Morgan A., assignor of one-fifth to A. S. Dixon, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Cotton picker. 1,518,296; 

Dec. 9. 
Ball, Rufus D., Seattle, Wash. Can closure. 1,495,149 ; 

May 27. 
Ball, Walter, Hubbard, Ohio. Jar-lid opener. 1,498,009 ; 

June 17. 
Ball, William E., Brunswick, Me. Attachment for 

spoolers. 1,485,242; Feb. 26. 
Ball. William H. (See De Krafft, John C. P., assignor.) 
Ballantine, John H., Cedarliurst, assignor to Neptune 

Meter Company, New York, N. Y. Thermostatic gas- 
control device for water heaters. 1.517,389 ; Dec. 2. 
Ballantine. Stuart, assignor to Radio Frequency Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, Boonton, N. J. Inductive coupling 

device. 1.514,416: Nov. 4. 
Ballard, Arthur H., Boston, Mass. Window. 1,490,905 ; 

Apr. 22. 
Ballard, Arthur H., Boston, Mass. Window. 1,490,906; 

Apr. 22. 
Ballard, Carey G.,* Los Angeles, Calif. Tool-handle 

wedge. 1,515.921 ; Nov. IS. 
Ballard, Grace, Ca^^per, Wyo., now bv marriage G. B. 

liowoll. Paintbrush attachment. 1,510.536 ; Oct. 7. 
Ballard, J. Stow. (See Hewitt, Wallace W., jr., assign- 
or.) 
Ballard, Milton H., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 

Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Press. 

1,500,101 ; July 8. 
Ballatore, Anthony A., assignor to Carsons Limited, Glas- 
gow, Scotland. Mold for use in the manufacture of 

chocolates. 1,508,496; Sept. 16. 
Ballay, George P., San Jose, Calif. Pump. 1,488,729; 

Apr. 1. 
Balla2, Peter, West New York, N. J. Fastener. 

1,485.359; Mar. 4. 
Ballew, John W., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Revere Rubber 

Company, Chelsea, Mass. Protective case for explosive 

containers. 1,491,782 ; Apr. 29. 
Ballinger, George 0. (See Stegall, Ora E., assignor.) 
Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis. Mo. Induction motor. 

1,493,184 ; May 6. 
Ballot, Ernest M., Paris, France. Cam for controlling 

the front-wheel brakes of motor vehicles. 1,489,732 ; 

Apr. 8. 
Ballou, B. A., & Co. (See Ballou, Frederick A., jr., as- 
signor.) 
Ballon, B. A., & Co. (See Ballou, F. A., Morehouse, and 

Ballou, assignors.) 
Ballou, Frederick A., jr. (See Ballou, F. A., Morehouse, 

and Ballou.) 
Ballou, Frederick A., jr., assignor to B. A. Ballou & Co., 

Inc., Providence, R. I. Garment-supporting shoulder 

strap. Des. 64,491 ; Apr. 22. 
Ballou, Frederick A., jr., assignor to B. A. Ballou & Co., 

Inc., Providence, R. I. Garment-supporting shoulder 

strap. Des. 64,492 ; Apr. 22. 
Ballou, Frederick A., Nayatt, E. Morehouse, and F. A. 

Ballou, jr., assignors to B. A. Ballou & Co., Inc., Prov- 
idence. R. I. Garment-supporting shoulder strap. 

1,491,578; Apr. 22. 
Ballou, William R., Somerset, Ky. Railway. 1,493,093 ; 

Jlay 6. 
Ballweber, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. -Vttachment for 

internal-combustion engines. 1,509,577 ; Sept. 23. 
Ball.v, Oscar, Basel, assignor to the Firm Ilaco-Gesell- 

schaft .\.-G. Bern, Berne, Switzerland. Organic bismuth 

compound. 1.494,943 : May 20. 
Balmain, William A.. Bristow, Okla. Attachment for 

boilers. 1.512,070: Oct. 21. 
Balmanno, William .\., Albuquerque, N. Mex. Oil cup 

for air compres.sor.';. 1,509,895 ; Sept. 30. 
Balnier, Leslie G., San Francisco, Calif. Indicator. 

1,498,419 : June 17. 
Balmer, Robert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Device for 

separating dust from gases. 1,492,116 ; Apr. 29. 
Biilmer, Robert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Chule suard. 

1.508,497; Sept. 10. 
Baloun, Harry F., Cleveland, Ohio. Partition. 1,485,449 ; 

Mar. 4. 
Salson, Adrian C, Philadelphia. Pa. Continuous player 

for tnlking machines. 1,481,400; Jan. 22. 
Bait Manufacturing Company. (See Bennett, Charles B., 

assignor.) 
Bait Manufacturing Company. (See Bennett, C. E., and 

Adsit. assignors.) 
Baltimore Commutator Company, The. (See Fiilton, 

David M., assignor.) 
Baltimore Gas .Appliance & Manufacturing Company, The. 

(See l-oncfolldw, Martin W., assignor.) 
Baltimore Trust Company, trustee. (See Scott, Alex- 
ander A., assignor.) 



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Pa. 
Pa. 



Baltz, Philip G., Chicago, 111., and C. O. Thorne, Water- 

vliet, Mich. Paper. 1,481,529 ; Jan. 22. 
Baluta, Leonard S. (See Althoff, O. W., and Baluta.) 
Baluta, Leonard S., Berwick, Pa. Shoe attachment. 

1,515,086; Nov. 11. 
Baluta, Leonard S., and G. A. McAfee, Berwick, 

Clothespin. 1,512,445; Oct. 21. • 
Baluta, Leonard S., and O. W. Althoff, Berwick, 

Circuit maker and breaker. 1,516,908 ; Nov. 25. 
Balz, Otto. (See Mittasch, A., and Balz.) 
Balz, Otto. (See Mittasch, A., Willfroth, and Balz.) 
Bambach, John J., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Shock absorber. 

1,487,524; Mar. 18. 
Bamber, Herbert W., London, England. Producer-gas 

scrubber. 1,513,528 ; Oct. 28. 
Bamber, Herbert W., assignor to M. S. Bezencenet, Lon- 
don, England. Gas producer for use in automobiles 

and the like. 1,510,375; Sept. 30. 
Bamber, William, Sutton, England. Folding box. 

1.482,180; Jan. 29. 
Bamberger, George H., Baltimore, Md. Bedspring fabric. 

1,492,413; Apr. 29. 
Bamb(^r.s:er, Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. Signal device for 

automobiles. 1,511,751 ; Oct. 14. 
Bamberger Rein thai Company, The. (See Relnthal, Sol, 

assignor.) 

Bambridge, William G., Kettering, England. Ball bear- 
ing. 1,514,597; Nov. 11. 

Bamford, Arthur P. (See Emde, L. R., and Bamford.) 

Banan, Horace P., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Thermal 
relay. 1,513,210 ; Oct. 28. 

Banbury, Fernley H., Ansonia, assignor to The Birming- 
ham Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Machine for treat- 
ing plastic compounds. 1,498,986 ; June 24. 

Bajibury, Fernley H., Ansonia, assignor to Birmingham 
Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Safety mechanism for 
rubber-mixing machines. 1,512,813 ; Oct. 21. 

Banbury, Fernley H., Ansonia, assignor to Birmingham 
Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Machine for treating and 
sheeting plastic material. 1,513,733 ; Nov. 4. 

Banbury, Fernley H., Ansonia, assignor to Birmingham 
Iron Foundry, Derby. Conn. Machine for treating 
rubber and other heavy plastic material. 1,516,488 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Banbury, Fernley H., Ansonia, assignor to 
Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Apparatus 
rubber and other heavy plastic material. 
Dec. 9. 

Banbury, Fernley H., Ansonia, assignor to 
Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Machine 
rubber and other heavy plastic material. 
Dec. 23. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Double multijet condenser. 
1,494,944; May 20. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, 
Company, Jersey City, 
1,495,151 ; May 27. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to IngersoU-R^nd Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Condenser-tube sheet cleaner. 
1,496,512 ; June 3. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Augmenter cooler. 1,506,805 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Expansion joint for con- 
densers. 1,508,004 ; Sept. 9. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley. assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Augmenter cooler. 1,517,488 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, and J. F. Kirgan, PhilUpsburg, 
assignors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. 
Jet augmenter or ejector. 1,495,150; May 27. 

Bancroft, James L., Cleveland, Ohio. Drip molding. 
1,479,444; Jan. 1. 

Bandel, George W., and E. R. Puett, Kansas City, Mo. 
Rear-fender guard for motor cars. 1,492,624 ; May 6. 

Bandelier, Alphonse, Lausanne, Switzerland. Dust-lay- 
ing device for motor vehicles. 1.499.760 ; July 1. 

Bane, Robert D., Long Beach, and E. W. Goeser ; said 
Goeser assignor to Union Tool Company, Torrance, 
Calif. Well-rig traveling block. 1,506,040 ; Aug. 26. 

Banes, Walter D., Germantown, Pa., assignor to General 
Pressed Metal Company. Receptacle. 1,515,989 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Bang, Roy T., Minden, Nebr. Rein holder. 1,505,305; 
■ Aug. 19. 
Bangay, Raymond D., London, England, assignor to 

Radio Corporation of America. Wireless telegraphy. 

1,515,990 : Nov. 18. 
Bangert, Henry J., Ferguson, Mo. Material spreader. 

1,508,210; Sept. 9. 
Bangor Novelty Company. (See Ruhllii, R., and rowic, 

assignors.) 

Banigan, Thomas M. (See Bassett, H. P., and Ranig.iii.t 
Banlnger, John II., Jamestown, N. Y. Bearing box. 

1,479,445 ; Jan. 1. 
Banister, Reed A., Opelika, Ala. Transmission-band lin- 
ing. 1,490,500; Apr. 15. 



Birmingham 

for treating 

1,518,129 ; 

Birmingham 
for treating 
1,520,001 ; 



assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
N. J. "Vacuum pan unit. 



Banitt, John N., and J. Thiemann, Goodhue, Minn. Bank- 
teller's window guard. 1,482,961 ; Feb. 5. 

Bank, Albert, Glenavon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Cup 
stand. 1,515,539 ; Nov. 11. 

Bank, Benjiman, Philadelphia, Pa. Tobacco pipe. 
1,509,627 ; Sept. 23. 

Bank of Italy of San Francisco, trustee. (See Voliva, 
Agnes, assignor.) 

Banke, Herbert, Maywood, 111., assignor to American Can 
Company, A'ew York, N. Y. Clutch ring. 1,499,632 ; 
July 1. 

Bankers Box Company. (See Fellowes, Harry L., as- 
signor.) 

Bankers Electric Protective Association. (See Craw- 
ford, Franklin B., assignor.) 

Bankers Savings and Credit System Company, The. (See 
Dill, P. R., and Swartz, assignors.) 

Banker's Specialty Corporation. (See Story, David G., 
assignor.) 

Bankers Supply Co., The. (See Chadwick, C. B., and 
MacPherson, assignors.) 

Bankhead, Charles H., Elkins, W. Va. Shock absorber. 
1,486,005 ; Mar. 4. 

Banks, Alfonso A., New York, N. Y. Toy. 1,502,01.0 ; 
July 22. 

Banks, Alfonso A., New York, N. Y. Toilet article. 
1,515,425; Nov. 11. 

Banks, Charles S., Manila, P. I. Generating hydro- 
cyanic-acid gas. 1,519,434 ; Dec. 16. 

Banks, George E. (See Banks, Harold N. and G. E.) 

Banks, Harold N. and G. B., Everett, Wash. Centrifugal 
amalgamator. 1,511,389 ; Oct. 14. 

Banks, James W. (See Cauthery, J., and Banks.) 

Banks, Joseph L., assignor to The Rae-Lite Manufactur- 
ing Company, Incorporated, Baltimore, Md. Parking 
and signal light. 1,485,903; Mar. 4. 

Banks, Robert M. (See De Fabio, J., and Banks.) 

Banks, Walter W., Salem, N. J. Bridge for billiard and 
pool tables. 1,482,962 ; Feb. 5. 

Banks, William H., Winthrop, Mass. Safety highway ap- 
proach to railway crossings. 1,482,181 : Jan. 29. 

Bankson, William R., Ross 'Township, Allegheny County, 
Pa, Gravity conveyer. 1,481,176 ; Jan. l5. 

Bannan, Henry, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Re- 
railing apparatus. 1,512,077 ; Oct. 21. 

Banner, Otto A., Milwaukee, Wis. Reversing gear for 
internal-combustion engines. 1,480,979 ; Jan. 15. 

Bannister, Bryant, Pittsburgh, Pa. Combination gas and 
coal fired furnace. 1,480,339 ; Jan. 8. 

Bannister, Bryant, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Bannister 
Motor Appliance Company. Carburetor. 1,499,800 ; 
July 1. 

Bannister, Edward J., Milwaukee, Wis. Marking device 
for pies. 1,519,752 ; Dec. 16. 

Bannister. Ernest C. (See Dowling, P., and Bannister.) 

Bannister, Grant A., assignor of one-half to M. E. Dentler, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Sandwich dispenser. 1,502,325 ; 
July 22. 

Bannister Motor Appliance Company. (See Bannister, 

Bryant, assignor.) 
Banschbach, Edward A., Chicago, 111. Bumper. 

1,496,112; June 3. 
Banschbach, Edward A., Chicago, 111. Double bumper. 

1,505,365 : Aug. 19. 
Banta, Len A., Clearfield, Pa. Refrigerator. Des. 63,814 ; 

Jan. 22. 
Banta, Len A., Clearfield, Pa. Refrigerator having a 

show front with interchangeable panels. 1,505,843 ; 

Aug. 19. 
Banta, Len A., Clearfield, Pa. Chimney-ventilated shell 

for refrigerators. 1,505,844 ; Aug. 19. 
Banta, Len A., Clearfield, Pa. Insulation structure for 

refrigeratol-s. 1,505.845 ; Aug. 19. 
Banta, Len A., Clearfield. Pa. Refrigerator interlocking 

shell structure. 1,505,846 ; Aug. 19. 
Banta, Robert R., Chicago, 111. Automatic flush valve. 

1,519,654 ; Dec. 16. 
Banzett, William H., Bergenfield, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Lithographic Company, New Y'ork, N. Y. Plate- 
registering device. 1,480,489 : Jan. 8. 
Banzett, William H., Bergenfield, N. J., assignor to 

American Lithographic Company, New York, N. X. 

Sheet-feeding mechanism. 1,489,339 ; Apr. 8. 
Bar, Jean. (See Walker, Otto, assignor.) 
Barnch, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Ellipsograph. 1,487,044 ; 

Mar. 18. 

Barach, Louis V. (See Seemnn, C. E., and Barach.) 

Barach, Louis V., Pittsburgh, Pa. Game appliance. 
1,518.130 : Dec. 9. 

Barach, Louis V., and J. Brzezicki Pittsburgh, Pa. ; said 
Brzezicki assignor to said Barach. Dual locking mech- 
anism. 1,496,970 ; ,Tune 10. 

Baradat, Claudio. (See Lloo, A., and Barndnt.) 

Barany, Edmund R., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Franco 
Electric Corporation. Flash - light - bulb support. 
1,490,690; Apr. 15. 

Barany, Edmund 11.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Franco 
Electric Corporation. Flash light. 1,511,046; Oct. 7. 

Barany, Edmund R.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Franco 
Electric Corporation. Flash light. 1,513.211 ; Oct. 28. 

Baratta, Angelo, et al. (See Barchie.si, Aurello, as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



i 



Baratz, David, and H. Miller, I'rovidence, II. I. Cap. 
1,487, S30; Mar. 25. 

Barbar, Angelo, Franklin, Pa. Sounding toy. 1,484,460 ; 
Feb. 19. 

Barbarou. Marius J.. Paris, France. Engine-turning 
gear. 1,498.065 ; June 17. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Neuilly-sur-Seine. France. Elec- 
tromagnetic ignition switch for internal-combustion en- 
gines. 1.482,212; Jan. 29. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Paris, France. Motor vehicle. 
1,489,302; Apr. 8. 

Barbeau, Malcolm L., and R. Powis, assignors to S. 
Howes Company, Inc., Silver Creels, N. Y. Adapter for 
eccentric drives, etc. 1,513,084 ; Oct. 28. 

Barber Asphalt Company. (See Browne, Frank A., as- 
signor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Elnnis, Michael P., 
assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Miller, John S., jr., 
assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Bitter, George, as- 
signor.) 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company, The. (See Browne, 
Frank A., assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company, The. (See Bitter, 
George, assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company, The. (See Topping, 
John A., assignor.) 

Barbcr-Colmau Company. (See Colman, Howard D., 
assignor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Hathaway, E. F., and 
Lea, assignors.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Hathaway, Edgar F., 
assignor.) 

Barber-Colman. Company. (See Matthews, J. F., and 
Hathaway, assignors.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Peterson, Burt A., as- 
signor.^ 

Barber, Ernest. Paterson, N. J. Let-o£E mechanism for 
looms. 1.51S,.379 : Dec. 9. 

Barber, George T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Game. 1,481,786 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Barber-Greene Company. (See Barber, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

Barber, Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Loader. 1,498,987; June 24. 

Barber, Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Journal bearing. 1,512,814 ; Oct. 21. 

Barber, Howard M., Stoningtoh, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Sheet- 
handling mechanism. 1,510,914 ; Oct. 7. 

Barber, Howard M.. Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company. New York, N. Y. Web-feed- 
ing mechanism. 1.513,574 ; Oct. 28. 

Barber, Howard M., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Folding 
mechanism. 1,513.575 : Oct. 28. 

Barber, Martin A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The American Automatic Connector 
Company, Wyoming, Del. Train-pipe coupling. 
1,490,655 ; Apr. 15. 

Barber, Martin A.. Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The 
American Automatic Connector Company, Wyoming. 
Del. Automatic train-pipe connecter. 1,518,380 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Barber, Martin A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The 
American Automatic Connector Company, Wyoming, 
Del. Automatic train-pipe connecter. 1,519,184 ; 
Doc. ll!. 

Barber, Orren E. (See Kirk, A. T. and W. T., and Bar- 
ber.) 

Barber, Orren E., assignor to Kirk-Barber Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Refacing tool. 1,508,587 : Sept. IG. 

Barber, Osborn L. (See Kitselman, C. M., and Barber.) 

Barber, T. I. (See Epps. Joseph, assignor.! 

Barber, Thomas W., Anerley, London, England. Effect- 
ing the recoverv or separation of colloidal matter 
from liquids. 1.495,705; May 27. 

Barber, William, Brooklvn, N. Y. Tire-inflating connec- 
tion for wheels. ],4.<57,.S31 ; Mar. 25. 

Barber, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Supporting stand for 
automobil(>s and other purposes. 1..T0S.G72 ; Sept. 10. 

Barber, William J., East Cleveland, assignor to The E. & 
N. Alanufactiiring Companv, Cleveland, Ohio. Child's 
vehicle. 1,502,838; July 29. 

Barber. William J., East Cleveland, assignor to The E. & 
G. Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Child's 
vehicle. 1,502.839: July 29. 

Barber, William L., Providence, R. I. Envelope opener. 
1.485,548: Mar. 4. 

Barbet, Emlle A., Paris, France. Process and apparatus 
for producing oxygen and nitrogen in a state of purity 
from atmo.sijheric air. 1,492,063: Apr. 29. 

Barbet. Emile A., Paris, Franco. Separation and puri- 
fication of argon and other rare gases of the atmos- 
phere. 1.512,268; Oct. 21. 

Barbet, Emile A., Paris, Prance. Process and apparatus 
for concentrating grape juices. 1.513.305; Oct. 28. 

Barblorl, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Vortes Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Method and apparatus 
for forming receptacles. 1,489,091 ; Apr. S. 



Uarbieri, Cesare, Washington, D. C, assignor to The Vor- 
tex Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Automatic 
cup-forming machine. 1,495,038 : May 20. 

Barbieri, Joseph, St. Vincent de Paul, Quebec, Canada. 
Electric shoe. 1,506,282 ; Aug. 26. 

Barbour Flax Spinning Company. (See Knowlton, Cutler 
D., assignor.) 

Barbour, John A., et al. (See Lyon, Harry, assignor.) 

Barbour, Ovid P., Winfield, Kans. Composition. 
1,491,456; Apr. 22. 

Barbour, Perley E., et al. (See Lyon, Harry, assignor.) 

Barbour Welting Companv. (See Lyon, Harry, assignor.) 

Barealo. Edward J., Buffalo, N. Y. Child's crib. Des. 
65.945 ; Nov. 11. 

Barchiesi, Aurelio. assignor of forty one-hundredths to 
A. Baratta, ten one-hundredths to A. Orrico, Jersey 
City. N. J., and twenty one-hundredtbs to G. Squar- 
cialupi. New York, N. Y. Automatic valve closer. 
1.487. .505 : Mar. 18. 

Barchoff, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Metal border strip 
for a tray or similar article. Des. 04,041 ; Feb. 26. 

Barchus, Charles. Natchez. Miss. Piston-ring-contracting 
device. 1,520,393 ; Dec. 23. 

Barclay. William, Glasgow, Scotland. Tool for manipu- 
lating split rims for vehicle wheels. 1,510,537 ; Oct. 7. 

Bard, Emma E. (See Irving, Joseph M.. assignor.) 

Bardeen Corporation. (See Bardeen, Hugh A., assignor.) 

Bardeen, Hugh A., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Bar- 
deen Corporation. Pipe - straightening machine. 
1.496,113; June 3. 

Bardenheuer, William C, Brooklyn, assignor to Boorum & 
Poase Company, New York, N. Y. Locking plug. 
1,492,414 ; Apr. 29. 

Bardera, Jose M.. New York, N. Y. Sugar holder. 
1.499,902 : July 1. 

Bardot, George A. (See Dondero, A. S., and Bardet.) 

Bardin, David B. (See McClenny, R. J., and Bardin.) 

Bardons & Oliver. (See Thompson, Horace W., assignor.) 

Bardsley, Willard W., et al, executors. (See Wardwell, 
Simon W. ) 

Bardy Motion Picture Machine Company. (See Bardy, 
Samuel, assignor.) 

Bardy Projector Co. (See Bardy, Samuel, assignor.) 

Bardy, Samuel, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Bardy 
Projector Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Film-feeding mecha- 
nism for moving-picture machines. 1,484,754; Feb. 26. 

Bardy, Samuel, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Bardy 
Projootor Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Framing device. 
1.494, -105 : May 20. 

Bardy, Samuel, assignor to Bardy Motion Picture Ma- 
chine Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. Combined mat and 
blending device. 1.509,628 ; Sept. 23. 

Bardy, Samuel, assignor to Bardy Motion Picture Ma- 
chine Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. Rectifying lens. 
1,509,629 : Sept. 23. 

Barene. Otto E.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Triple-mast coal hoist. 
1,503,106 ; .Tuly 29. 

Baren.vi. Arpad. Berlin-Lichterfelde, Germany. Starter 
for internal-combustion engines. 1 .4S;7.1il.'> : M.tt. 18. 

Bargeboer, Adolf. Rotterdam. Netherlands. Machine for 
making cigarillos and the like. 1.480.490 : Jan. S. 

Uarger. Harriet I'".. Norwood, Ohio. Removable auxiliary 
strainer for kitchen sinks. 1.494.882 ; May 20. 

Barger, Newton L., and J. H. Ford, Braeholm, W. Va. 
Coal-loading machine. 1,496,513 ; June 3. 

Barger, Tom J.. Oilton, Okla. Oil-well pump. 1,487,431 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Barger. Walter R., Benkelman, Nebr. Weaner. 
1,488,776; Apr. 1. 

Barger, William B. (See Wood, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Barger, William F. (See Nelson, Clarence G., assisnor.) 

Barhite. Allen G.. Chicago, 111. Stoker. 1.512,392; 
Oct. 21. 

Barkalow. Edgar A., assignor of one-half to O. J. Hollo- 
well. Kokomo. Ind. Electrolyte for storage batteries. 
1.505,993: Aug. 26. 

Barker, A. Presoott, Lvnn. Mass. Glass-cutting mecha- 
nism. 1.511,018 : Oct. 7. 

Barker, Arthur P.. Lvnn. Slass. Fuel nozzle for carbu- 
retors. 1,520,629: Dec. 23. 

Barker, Charlie and G. H., Terre Haute, Ind. Brake band. 
1.505.847 ; Aug. 19. 

Barker, Edmund G., Melbourne. Victoria, Australia. Ice- 
cream server. 1,493,421 ; May R. 

Barker, George H. (See Barker, Charlie and G. H.) 

Barker, Gurney S., Greensboro. N. C. Feeder. 1.489.108; 
Apr. 1. 

Barker, James V., Hersman, 111. Headlight-control de- 
vice. 1.517.145; Nov. 25. 

Barker, Joseph E., Denver, Colo. Permutation door lock. 
1.496,289; .Tune 3. 

Barker, Joseph E.. Denver. Colo. Micrometer. 1,511,255 ; 
Oot. 14. 

Barker, Norman M., Cleveland, Ohio. Temperature-con- 
trolled mechanism. 1,496.614; .Tune 3. 

Barker, Norman M., West Park, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The American Automatic Connector 
Company, Wyoming, Del. Support for automatic train- 
pipe connecters. 1,492,012 ; Apr. 29. 

Barker. Norman M.. West Park. Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The .\nierioan Automatic Connector 
Companv, Wvomins. Del. Gasket for train-pipe con- 
nectors.' 1,512,572; Oct. 21. 



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Barker, Rollo C, Hayden, Ariz. Tire. 1,492,064 ; Apr. 29. 

Barker, Seth S., Bloomfleld, Iowa. Coop. 1,500,792 ; 
July 8. 

Barker, Theodore E. (See Skaer, A. H., Barker, and 
Clark.) 

Barker, Theodore E.. and A. E. Ellefsen, assignors to The 
Denver Rock Drill Manufacturing Company, Denver, 
Colo. Cage roller bearing. 1.516,943 ; Nov. 25. 

Barker, Thomas A., Yatesville, Ga. Transmission hous- 
ing and support therefor. 1,503,681 ; Aug. 5. 

Barker, Ward T., Kansas City, Mo. Oil burner. 
1.487,139 : Mar. IS. 

Barker, William G., and F. O. Read, London, England. 
Advertising apparatus. 1,483,269 ; Feb. 12. 

Barker, William M.. Canton, Ohio. Lining for ball mills. 
1,521,169; Dec. 30. 

Barking, Archie R. (See Brown, Harry M., assignor.) 

Barkley, Vernor T., Pittsburgh, Pa. Car dump. 
1,488,465 : Apr. 1. 

Barkley, Vernor T., Pittsburgh, Pa. Car dump. 

1.515.326 ; Nov. 11. 

Barkmann, Henry, and A. Kutscha, Chicago, 111. Truck. 

1.515.327 ; Nov. 11. 

Barkmann, Henry, and A. Kutscha, Chicago, 111. Truck. 
1,515,328; Nov. 11. 

Barkmann, Henry, and A. Kutscha, Chicago, 111. Truck. 
1,515,329; Nov. 11. 

Barks, Charles O., Birmingham, Ala. Stock distributor 
for blast-furnace tops. 1,492,013 ; Apr. 29. 

Barks, Frank S., and G. B. Bell, .1r., assignors to Lin- 
coln Steel and Forge Company, St. Louis, Mo. Jour- 
nal box for mine-car wheels. 1,520,688 ; Dec. 30. 

Barkschat, Henry A., Los Angeles, Calif. Making and 
curing hollow concrete bodies. 1,480,740 ; Jan. 15. 

Barkstrom, Gustaf, Cicero, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Chain assembling and riveting 
machine. 1,505,691 ; Aug. 19. 

Barling, Montague H., Camden Town, London, England. 
Mouthpiece of tobacco pipes, and cigar and cigarette 
holders or tubes. 1,507,571 ; Sept. 9. 

Barling, Walter H., Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. Monocoque 
fuselage. 1,493,094 ; May 6. 

Barlow, Edward T.. Manchester, England. Means for 
preventing splasbinc of mud or raising of dust by 
vehicle wheels. 1.486.852: Mar. 18. 

Barlow, John H. (See Poole, John H., assignor.) 

Barlow, Lester P., New Haven, Conn., assignor to S. O. 
Edmonds, New York, N. Y. Disk sound record. 
1,480,980; Jan. 15. 

Barlow & Seelig Mfg. Co. (See Seelig, John G., assignor.) 

Barman, Louis M., London, England. Addressing machine 
or like printing machine. 1,482,213 ; Jan. 29. 

Barman, Louis M., assignor to Roneo Limited, London, 
England. Inking device or attachment more particu- 
larly for use with addressing machines. 1,499,329 ; 
July 1. 

Barman, Louis M., assignor to Roneo Limited, London, 
England. Addressing machine or like printing ma- 
chine. 1,499,330; July 1. 

Barman, Louis M., Holborn, London, assignor to Roneo 
Limited, London, England. Addressing machine or like 
printing machines. 1,501,697 ; July 15. 

Barman, Louis M., Halborn, London, assignor to Roneo 
Limited, London, England. Addressing or like print- 
ing machine. 1.514,883 ; Nov. 11. 

Barme, Friedrich, Elberfeld, and F. Mahnert, Nierenhof, 
near Langenberg, Germany. Apparatus for manufac- 
turing metal sheets and strips. 1,521,065 ; Dec. 30. 

Barnaby, George. (See Spry, William M., assignor.) 

Barnaby, Stanley. (See Hadley, F. V., Barnaby, and 
Clarke.) 

Barnard, Geo. D., Stationery Company. (See Lewis, 
Archibald B., assignor.) 

Barnard, Harry, Chicago, 111., assignor to Union Draft 
Gear Co. Draft gear. 1,505,239; Aug. 19. 

Barnard, Harry, Chicago, 111., and S. P. Beasley, Kansas 
City, Kans., assignors to Universal Draft Gear At- 
tachment Company, Chicago, 111. Hand brake for rail- 
way cars. 1,513,954 ; Nov. 4. 

Barnard, John A., Philadelphia, Pa. Jet agitator for 
fuel-feeding devices. 1,502,760 : July 29. 

Barnard, John H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ignition device. 
1,505,762; Aug. 19. 

Barnard, John H., Brooklyn, assignor to American Loco- 
motive Company, New York, N. Y. Internal-combus- 
tion-engine locomotive. 1,490,501 ; Apr. 15. 

Barnard, John W., Union City, Tenn. Harrow. 
1,499,143 ; June 24. 

Barnard, Therides V., Sclialler, Iowa. Corn popper, nut 
roaster, and mixer. 1,516,135; Nov. 18. 

Barnard. Thomas II., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Clamp. 
1.487,701 ; Mar. 25. 

Barnard. Thomas H.. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Insu- 
lator bracl?et. 1,520,218; Dee. 23. 

Barnebey, Oscar L., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for treat- 
ing gases. 1,502,895; July 29. 

Barnebey, Oscar L., Detroit, Mich. Utilization of vege- 
table materials and manufacture of gas adsorbent and 
decolorizing carbons. 1,502,896; .Tuly 29. 

Barnebey, Oscar L., Columbns, Ohio. Appnrntua for sep- 
arating and recovering gases. 1,502,897 ; July 29. 

Barnebey, Oscar !-., Detroit, Mich. Rapid-reaction fur- 
nace. 1,517,526 ; Dec. 2. 



Earner, John S. (See Coleman, B. D., and Barner.) 

Barnes, Arthur A. (See Fuhr, J. B., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Arthur H., Montgomery City, Mo. Film holder. 
1,511,933; Oct. 14. 

Barnes, Charles E., Enid, Okla. Steering mechanism. 
1,515,087; Nov. 11. 

Barnes, Charles J., Goldsboro, N. C. Moving-picture ma- 
chine. 1,512,446 ; Oct. 21. 

Barnes, Clarence, Stillwater, Okla. Condenser for auto- 
mobile radiators. 1,483,764 ; Feb. 12. 

Barnes, Clarence E., St. Joseph, Mo. Ice-cream-can car- 
rier. 1,499,284 ; June 24. 

Barnes, Edward A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to The 
Deister Concentrator Company. Driving mechanism 
for ore concentrators. 1,486,827 ; Mar. 11. 

Barnes, Edward A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Bearing and making the same. 
1,512,190; Oct. 21. 

Barnes, Edward E., assignor to Calumet Baking Powder 
Company, Chicago, 111. Advertising novelty. 1,508,498 ; 
Sept. 16. 

Barnes, Frederick A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The 
Foote-Burt Company. Washing and wringing machine. 
1,520,898; Dec. 30. 

Barnes, Frederick A., Cleveland, Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to The Foote-Burt Company. Clothes wringer. 
1,520,899 ; Dec. 30. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Hamilton, near Brisbane, Queens- 
land, Australia. Hose clip. 1.481,674 ; Jan. 22. 

Barnes, Frederick M., Seattle, Wash. Service cabinet. 
1,515,922 ; Nov. 18. 

Barnes, George W., assignor to Simmons Company, Ke- 
nosha, Wis. Bed-bottom support. 1,493,059 ; May 6. 

Barnes, George W., assignor to Simmons Company, Keno- 
sha, Wis. Assembling wire spring fabrics. 1,519,348 ; 
Dec. 16, 

Barnes, Harold B., Denver, Colo. Audible Indicating 
device. Rel5,803; Apr. 1. 

Barnes, Harold W., Indianapolis, Ind. Dispensing pump. 
1.486,828; Mar. 11. 

Barnes, Henry J., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Alumlno- 
Thermic Corporation. Uniting metal parts. 1,490,579 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Barnes, James L., Fostoria, Ohio. Water wheel. 
1.484,250; Feb. 19. 

Barnes, John, Manistique, Mich. Pipe joint. 1,499,962 ; 
July 1. 

Barnes, John, Burkburnett, Tex. Packing hox for oil 
wells. 1,503,782; Aug. 5. 

Barnes. John w.. Kock Ferry, England. Apparatus for 
cutting inclined keyways in shafts or like operations. 
1.520,219: Dec. 23. 

Barnes, Otho R., Seattle, Wash. Automatic water 
sprinkler. 1,491,253 ; Apr. 22. 

Barnes, Wilfred, Forest I'ark, assignor to Edison Elec- 
tric Appliance Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. Electric 
toaster. Des. 64.335 : Apr. 1. 

Barnes, Wilfred, Forest Park, assignor to Edison Elec- 
tric Appliance Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. Combined 
electric-heater casing and standard. Des. 65,045 ; 
July 1. 

Barnes, Wilfred, Forest Park, assignor to Edison Elec- 
tric Appliance Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. Combined 
electric-heater casing and standard. Des. 65,046 ; 
July 1. 

Barnes, Wilfred, Forest Park, assignor to Edison Elec- 
tric Appliance Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. Combined 
electric-heater casing and standard. Des. 65,047 ; 

July i; 

Barnes, Willis S., Los Angeles, Calif. Animal trap. 
1,491,457; Apr. 22. 

Barnett, Abraham B., Roanoke, Va. Means for testing 
track circuits. 1,502,934 ; July 29. 

Barnett, Allen E., Princeton, Mo. Attachment for auto- 
mobile radiators. 1.498,900; June 24. 

Barnett, Belford, Camden, and W. L. MacFarland, Brook- 
lawn, N. J. Combined cigarette and match box. 
1,507,361 ; Sept. 2. 

Barnptt, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Throttling mechanism. 
1.495,064 : May 20. 

Barnett, Frank E,, Tampico, Mexico. Postal card. 
1,509,662 ; Sept. 23. 

Barnett, Henry E., Summit, Miss. Auxiliar.v transmis- 
sion for 7notor cnrs. 1,519,525: Dpc. 16. 

Barnett, Isidor, Brooklvn. N. Y. Wall bracket for light- 
ing fixtures. Des. 66.061 ; Nov. 25. 

Barnett. Isidor, Brooklvn, N. Y. W.tII bracket for light- 
ing fixtures. Des. 66,062 ; Nov. 25. 

Barnett, John B., assignor to Philadelphia Electro Print- 
ing Press & Mfir. Co., Norwood Station, I^a. Printing 
press. 1,490.083; Apr. 15. 

Barnett, John B., assignor to Philadelphia Electro Print- 
ing Press & Mfg. Co., Norwood Station, Pa. Printing 
press. 1.491.657; Apr. 22. 

Barnett, Maurice. (See Bursess. Louis, assignor.) 

Barnett, (Mrs.) Rose. (See Smith, William M. A., as- 
signor.) 

Barnett, Thomas B., Birmingham, Ala. Roller attach- 
ment for rocking-cbairs. 1,508,134; Sept. 9. 

Barney, Arthur L., assignor to Tiffany & Company. New 
York, N. Y. Spoon or similar article. Des. 63,815 ; 
Jan. 22. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Barney, Cecilia U., Palo Alto, Calif. Doll. Des. 64,237 ; 

Mar. IS. 
Barney, Edwin E. (See Barr, J. H., and Barney.) 
Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.484,203 : Feb. 19. 
Barney, Edwin E., New Roclielle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. X. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.484.317 ; Feb. 19. 
Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Reming- 
ton Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting 
machine. 1,489,586: Apr. 8. 
Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,496,404 • .lune 3. 
Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,496,514 ; June 3. 
Barney. Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.514,190: Nov. 4. 
Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,517,937 ; Dec. 2. 
Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, and J. H. Barr, New 
York, assignors to Remington Typewriter Company, 
Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 1,489,587 ; Apr. 8. 
Barney, William R.. assignor to W. C. Norris, Tulsa, Okla. 
Shock absorber for sucker rods. 1,487.832; IJar. 2."). 
Barufather, Robert, Fulham, London, England. Tire- 
inflating apparatus. 1,497,057 ; .Tune 10. 
Barnhart, Andrew J.. Placentia, Calif. Tractor culti- 
vator. 1.484.318 ; Feb. 19. 
Barnhart, Andrew J., Placentia, Calif. Subsoil plow. 

1,490.502 ; Apr. 15. 
B.Trnhart, Andrew J., and C. N. Trimmell, Placentia, 
Calif. Bleeding device and tubing jar. 1,513.955 ; 
Nov. 4. 
Barnhart, Clarence L., South Brooklyn, N. Y. Striking 

machine. 1,510,203 ; Sept. 30. 
Barnhart. Clarence L., South Brooklyn, N. Y. Striking 

machine. 1.516,944; Nov. 25. 
Barnhart, Joseph C, Marion, Ind. Reserye-fuel-supplv 

tank. 1.49.'^.422; May 0. 
Barnhart, Walter C, Seattle, Wash. Swaged-saw-tooth 

Bhaper. 1,492,093; Apr. 29. 
Barnliill. William T., Seattle, Wash. Connecting joint. 

l,.n00.5G9: Jiily 8. 
Barnholtb, Christian A. (Sbe Nelson, Oscar T., as- 
signor.) 
Barns, William F., Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States 
Resilient road surface, flooring, and the like. 1.504,313 ; 
Aug. 12. 
Barnstead, Sidney G., Cambridge, Mass. Receptacle cover. 

1,503,015; July 29. 
Bariium. Marry B., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The 
American Fabrics Company. Lace. Des. 64,278 : 
Mar. IS. 
Bariium. Harry B., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The 
American Fabrics Company. Lace. Des. 64,279 ; 
Mar. l.S. 
Barnum, Harry B., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The 
American Fabrics Company. Lace. Des. 64,435 ; 
Apr. 15. 
Barnum, Harry B., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The 
American Fabrics Company. Lace. Des. 65,392 ; 
Aug. 12. 
Barnum. Harry B., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The 
Anreriean Fabrics Company. Lace. Des. 65,719 ; 
Oct. 7. 
Barnum. Harry B., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The 
American Fabrics Company. Lace. Des. 65,795 ; 
Oct. 21. 
Barnum, Laura A., New York, N. Y. Garment. 

1.497.767; June 17. 
Barnum, Thomas E., assignor to The Cutler-Hammer Mfg. 
Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Lockout switch. 1,483,407 ; 
Feb. 12. 
Barnum, Thomas E., Wauwatosa, and C. T. Evans, as- 
signors to The Cutler-Hammer Mfg. Co., Milwaukee. 
Wis. Pressure-responsive circuit controller. 1.479,580 ; 
Jan. 1. 
Barnum. William E., assignor of one-lialf to J. A. Mc- 
Connell. Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada. Gas 
econoMiizor. 1,511,493 : Oct. 14. 
Baniwell, Harry T.. assignor to The Newell Mfg. Co. 
Inc.. Ogdensb'urg, N. Y. Curtain-rod bracket. Des. 
05.893 :'Nov. 4. 
Baniwoll. William G. (See Blount. William T.. assignor.) 
Baron, Barney A., and E. M. Pofcher, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Nut-lock wrench. 1,480,811 ; Jan. 15. 
Raron, Charles S., TifBn, Ohio. Liquid container and 

top. 1,482,724 ; Feb. 5. 
Baron, Charles S., Tiffin, Ohio. Liquid container and top 

therefor. 1,490,883; Apr. 15. 
Baron, Charles S., Tiffin, Ohio. Liquid container with 

detachable top. 1.500,218; July 8. 
Baron, Charles S., Tiffin, Ohio. Jar for sugar and the 

like. 1,501,981; July 22. 
Baron, Henri, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Lady's bag. 

Dps. fi."..991 : Fob. 19. 
Baron, Max. (See Fichman, Sam, assignor.) 



Baron Van Haersolte Van Haerst, Johan C. (See Hiby, 

Walther, assignor.) 
Baroni, James J., and F. Erbetta, Black Eagle, Mont. 

Demountable rim. 1,511.713; Oct. 14. 
Barons, Grace B., Rochester, N. Y. Toy animal. Des. 

63.866; Fob. 5. 
Baroodv, Anis A., Petersburg, Va. Fan-operating means. 

1,496",290 ; June 3. 
Baroody, Anls A., Petersburg, Va. Fan-operating means. 

1.514.417 : Nov. 4, 1924. 
Barr, Alex, Corbett, Oreg. Automobile brake. 1,492,154 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Barr, Archibald, and W. Stroud, assignors to Barr and 
Stroud, Limited, Aunieslaud, Glasgow, Scotland. Fire- 
control apparatus. 1,493,095 : May 6. 

Barr. Archibald, and W. Stroud. Anniesland, Glasgow, 
assignors to Barr and Stroud, Limited, Glasgow, Scot- 
land. Range finder and height finder. 1,496,253 ; 
June 3. 

Barr, Archibald, and W. Stroud, assignors to Barr and 
Stroud, Limited, Anniesland, Gla.sgow, Scotland. Ap- 
paratus for the control of gunfire on shipboard. 
1.509,333; Sept. 23. 

Barr, Archibald, and W. Stroud, assignors to Barr and 
Stroud, Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. Stereoscopic 
range finder. 1,514,948 ; Nov. 11. 

Barr. Arcliibald. and W. Stroud, assignors to Barr and 
Stroud, Limited. Glasgow, Scotland. Fire-control ap- 
paratus, determination of quadrant of enemy's course. 
1.518.477 : Dt-c. V). 

Barr. Archibald, and W. Stroud, Anniesland, Glasgow, 
assignors to Barr and Stroud, Limited, Glasgow, Scot- 
land. Antiaircraft fire-control apparatus. 1,519,015 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Barr, Frank H., Washington, D. C. Implement for turn- 
ing lens rims. 1,480.653 ; Jan. 15. 

Bair, Howard W., et al. (See Kruse, Frederick P., as- 
signor.) 

Barr. Hugh M.. and G. Edgar, Pensacola, Fla. Steam 
blower. 1,501,090; .July 15. 

Barr, James M. M., London, England. Device for ob- 
taining oscillating motion. 1.487.702 ; Mar. 25. 

Barr, James M. M., London, England. Calculating ma- 
chine. 1,487,703 ; Mar. 25. 

Barr, James M. M., London, England. Communication 
of typed or registered numerical values to computing 
mechanisms. 1,487,704 ; Mar. 25. 

Barr, James M. M., London, England. Calculating ma- 
chine. 1,502,610 ; July 22. 

Barr, .Tames M. M., London, England. Counting mecha- 
nism of calculating machines. 1.505,366 ; .\ug. 19. 

Rarr, John IT. (See Barney, E. E., and Barr.) 

Barr, John H., New York, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company. Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
1,483,500; Feb. 12. 

Barr, John H., New York, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
1,490,084 ; Apr. 15. 

Barr, John H., New York, and E. E. Barney, New Ro- 
chelle, assignors to Remington Typewriter Company, 
lUon, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 1,479.355; Jan, 1. 

Barr, L. E., et al. (See Alexander, Bony U., assignor.) 

Barr, Lester S., Washington, D. C. Syringe. 1,320,795 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Barr, N. Rogers, et al., trustees. (See Klueter, Guy L., 
assignor.) 

Barr, Nelt. assi.gnor to The Barr Rubber Products Com- 
pany, Lorain, Ohio. Apparatus for forming rings or 
brads on the necks of toy balloons. 1,516,072 ; Nov. 18. 

Barr Rubber Products Company, The. (See Barr, Nelt, 
assignor.) 

Barr. Sidney tJ.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Double-hung window. 
1.512,741": Oct. 21. 

Barr & Stroud, Limited. (See Barr, A., and Stroud, as- 
signors.) 

Barr and Stroud, Limited. (See French, James W.. as- 
signor. 1 

Barr & Stroud. Ltd. (See Strang, John M., assignor.) 

Barr. Wilson. Hamilton. Ontario, Canada. Account file. 
1,481,496 : .Tan. 22. 

Barra, Charles, New York, N. Y, Razor, 1,505,578; 
Au.g. 19, 

Barraja-Frauenfelder, Joseph, Bridr'oport, Conn. Flexible 
clutch. 1,507,543; Sept. 2. 

Barratt, William T., Bennington, Vt. Stop-motion mecha- 
nism with tripper device. 1.517,390; Dec, 2, 

Barratt, William T„ Bennington, Vt, Spring-actuated 
stop motion for knitting machines, 1,517,391 ; Dec, 2. 

Barrel!, Charles. St. Petersburg, .Fla. Automobile jack. 
1,488,373; Mar. 25. 

Barren, Charles S., Boston, Mass. Traction device for 
tire.s. 1,512.518; Oct. 21. 

Barr^s, Marcel, Santiago, Chile, Horseshoe-making ma- 
chine. 1,514.073; Nov, 4. 

Barrett, Arthur M. (See .Tohnston, William T., assignor.) 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winuetka, and F. L. Eidniann, Chi- 
cago, 111. : assignors to said Arthur M. Barrett. Port- 
able elevator. 1,5504,415; Aug. 12. 

Barrett, Colin D., Providence, R. I., assignor to Farber 
Brothers, New York, N. Y. Metal border strip or similar 
article. Des. 04,529; Apr, 29, 

Barrett Company, The, (See" Bailey, George C_ as- 
signor.) 



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Barrett Company, The. (See Caaon, Frank A., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Craver, Augustus E., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Downs, C. R., and Stupp, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, Tlie. (See Downs, C. E., and Weis- 
berg, assignors.) 

Bariett Company, The. (See Gould, David F., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Howell, K. B., and Eckert, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Mackay, Richard, jr., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Mortimer, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Perry, Ray P., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Rhodes, Frederick li., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Roberts, Alfred E., as- 
siffiior.) 

Barrett, E. R., et al. (See Saunders, John L. and J. C, 
assignors.) 

Barrett, Edward J., New York, N. Y. Lock device for 
shade rollers. 1,482,214 ; Jan. 29. 

Barrett, Edward L., Oak Park, assignor, by mesne assign- 
niei!ts, to Richard M. Decker Company, Chicago, 111. 
Tumbler lock. 1,494,765 ; May 20. 

Barrett, Edward R., Detroit, Mich. Convertible vehicle 
body. 1,517,61)7: Dec. 2. 

Barrett, Leon, Philadelphia, Pa. Radius rod. 1,491,658 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Barrett, Leon J., Worcester, Mass. Extension pruning 
saw. 1.492,721 ; May 6. 

Barrett, Leon J., Worcester, Mass. Pruning shears. 
1,507,225 ; Sept. 2. 

Barrett, W. W., et al. (See Saunders, John L. and J. C, 
assignors.) 

Barrett, Wilfred, Waltham, Mass. Heel protector. 
1.479.950; Jan. 8. 

Barrett, William J., Bridgeport, Conn. Illuminated 
target. 1,500,482 ; July 8. 

Barrett. William R., New York, N. Y. Fabric cutter. 
1,513,688; Oct. 28. 

Barriball Brothers Company, The. (See Barriball, Robert 
H., assignor.) 

Barriball, Robert H., assignor to The Barriball Brothers 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Reenforced-concrete stair- 
way or steps. 1,497,058 ; June 10. 

Barricklow, George W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Vehicle signal. 
Des. 64,042 ; Feb. 26. 

Barricklow, George W., Akron, Ohio. Vehicle signal- 
lamp casing. Dos. 65.720 ; Oct. 7. 

Barrie, Charles E., Brattleboro, Vt. Shipping case. 
1,508,266 ; Sept. 9. 

Barrier, Joseph A., Oakland, Calif. Piston ring. 
1,487,300 : Mar, IS. 

Barrier, Raymond, Lubbock, Tex. Trading stamp. Des. 
65,599 ; Sept. 16. 

Barrile, Salvador, Medford, Mass. Convertible sofa. 
1,483,501 ; Feb. 12. 

Barritt, John R., Pacific Grove Calif. Combined buffet 
and table. 1,521,499 ; Dec. 30. 

Barron, Charles A. (See Barron, William and C. A.) 

Barron, Frank W., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Package. 
1,481,339; Jan. 22. 

Barron. Herbert E., Dupo, 111. Paste-tuhe collapser. 
1,510,818; Oct. 7. 

B.arron, John, Albion, Calif. Rail joint. 1,511,869 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Barron, Mattie C, Nebo, Ky. Ironing board. 1,494,406 ; 
M.oy 20. 

Barron, William and C. A., Preston, England. Annealing 
pot. 1.493,838 ; May 13. 

Barron, William L., Oklahoma City, Okla. Vapor-gener- 
ating attachment for internal-combustion engines. 
1,497,533 : June 10. 

Barron, William L., Oklahoma City, Okla. Spark plug. 
1,500,916: July 8. 

Barrow, Alfred C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Patent Pocket Corporation, Lynchburg, Va. Patch 
pocket. Bel5,886; Aug. 5. 

Barrows, Allan S.. Chicago, 111. Sheet-metal door. 
1,513,303 ; Oct. 28. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The T. H. 
Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car under- 
frame. 1,488,141 ; Mar. 25. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The T. H. 
Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car under- 
framo. 1,488,142 ; Mar. 25. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The T. H. 
Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car under- 
frame. 1,488,143; Mar. 25. 

Barrows, Donald S,, Rochester, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The T. H. Symington Company, New 
York, N. Y. Truck side frame. 1,498,605 ; June 24. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The T. IL 
Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
1,498,000 ; .Tune 24, 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The T. H. 
Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Draft rigging, 
1,521,419 : Doc. 30. 

Barrows, Frank E., Upper Montclalr, N. J. Combined 
BUlphidation and flotation of ores, etc. 1,483.270: 
Feb. 12. 



Barrows, Frank L., Moscow, Idaho. Attachment for 
optical instruments. 1,508,043 ; Sept. 9. 

Barrows, George S., Providence, R. I., and N. W. Park, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety controller for gas waives. 
1,492,117; Apr. 29. 

Barrows, Hubert H., San Bernardino, Calif. Milling ma- 
chine. 1,485,209 ; Feb. 26. 

Barrows, Nathaniel H. (See Susi, D. M., and Barrows.^ 

Barrows, Nathaniel H., et al. (See Wiseman, Goodwin 
W., assignor. 1 

Barrs, Edward, London, England. Rabble for low-temper- 
ature coal-distillation purposes. 1,482,342; Jan. 29. 

Barrs, Edward, London, England. Low-temperature dis- 
tillation. 1,497.083 ; June 10. 

Barrundia, Federico Z., Oaxaca, Mexico. Pump. 1,481,820 : 
Jan. 29. 

Barry, David M., Bristol, and L. C. Humason, Farming- 
ton, assignors to The Humason Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Forestville, Conn. Enameling coil 'springs. 
1,519,085 ; Dec. 9. 

Barry, .lames F., Dallas, Tex., assignor to Rival Safety 
Razor Corporation. Manufacturing safety-razor blades. 
1,486,317; Mar. 11. 

Barry, James J., Woodhaven, N. Y. Means and method 
of preserving fish. 1,485,823 ; Mar. 4. 

Barry, James J., New York, N. Y. Fish scaler. 1,507,724 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Barry, John F., Palos Park, 111., assignor to The Under- 
feed Stoker Company of America, Detroit, Mich. 
Pusher rod throw adjuster for underfeed stokers. 
1.511,439; Oct. 14, 

Barry, Louis J. {See Macfarlane, S. B.. and Barry.) 

Barry, Thomas A., New Holland, 111. Poultry-disinfect- 
ing device. 1,509,464 ; Sept. 23. 

Barry, William, Oswego, assignor to ,The Auto Mail 
Distributer, Inc, Syracuse, N. Y. Mail-distributing 
apparatus. 1.482.834; Feb. 5. 

Barry, William M., and E. H. Becker, Blexia, Tex. Jack 
stand. 1,520,846; Dec. 30. 

Barry, William S., Greenwood, Miss. Gasoline-feeding 
device. 1,494,572; May 20. 

Barskv, Mayer, and H. Farber, New York, N. Y. Hat. 
1,486.853 ; Mar. 18. 

Bart, Belle, New Y'ork, N. Y. Astrological chart. 
1,502.761 ; July 29. 

Bart, Blasius, i<!ewark, N. J. Reenforcing reflectors. 
1,503,743 ; Aug. 5. 

Bart, Eugene. (See Shearer, George T., assignor.) 

Bart, Thomas E.. Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The 
Murdoch Manufacturing and Supply Company. Bub- 
bler head for drinking fountains. 1,500,178: Jul.v 8. 

Bartalott, Herman A., Chicago, 111. Spark plug. 
1,492,237; Apr. 29. 

Bartel, Jacob, Hlllsboro, Kans. Vapor-oil burner. 
1,505,848; Aug. 19. 

Bartell, Harry R., assignor to Cast Steel Tender Frame 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Tender frame. 1,505,692 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Bartell, Reinhold, Newark, N. J. Multiple garment presser. 
1,508,005 : Sept. 9. 

Bartels, Carl. (See Bellamore, D. H., and Bartels.) 

Bartels, Carl, Hamilton, Ohio, and D. H. Bellamore, New 
York, N. Y., assignors to The Mosler Safe Company, 
Hamilton, Ohio. Metallic structure. 1,485,360 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Bartels, Carl P. (See Goldsmith, G. M., and Bartels.) 

Bartels, John H., Chicago, III. Counting and em-' 
bossing machine. 1.514,191 ; Nov. 4. 

Bartels, Reinhard E.., Lynn, Mass. Apparatus for locat- 
ing shank stiffeners in shoe soles. 1,493,950; May 13. 

Bartelsmeyer, Elmer H., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to 
Board of Police Commissioners of the City of St. 
Louis, State of Missouri. Badge. Des. 64,043 ; Feb. 26. 

Bartenbach, Henry J., and H. Grotzky, Grand Island. 
Nebr. Tread attachment for wheels. 1,492.876 ; May 6. 

Bartenstein. John J., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Valve- 
spring lifter. 1.494,095; May 13. 

Barth, Carl G., Philadelphia, Pa. Method and means for 
re-forming wheels having worn treads and flanges. 
1.510,819; Oct. 7. 

Barth, Champ J., and J. R. Pierce, Minneapolis. Minn. 
Ring. Des. 63,926 ; Feb. 12. 

Barth, Curt, Hamburg, Germany. Bevel-wheel shaper. 
1,489,381 ; Apr. 8. 

Barth, Emil, Stuttgart - Ostheim, Germany. Electric 
smoothing iron. 1,514,074; Nov. 4. 

Bartli, Ericli, Chemnitz, Germany, Circular-knitting ma- 
chine. 1,499,144 : June 24. 

Barth, Erich. Chemnitz, Germany. Circular-knitting ma- 
chine. 1,507,147 ; Sept, 2. 

Barth, Lloyd K., Lnrue, Ohio. Level attachment. 
1,498,066; June 17. 

Barth, Robert C. Hamburg, Germany. Machine for 
shaping the teeth of bevel wheels bv generating move- 
ments. 1,518,174 ; Dec. 9. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Grease cup. 1,484,925 ; 
Feb. 26. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Grease gun. 1,490,553; 
Apr. 15. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Midi. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,491,508 : Apr. 22. 

Barthel. Oliver K., Detroit, Jlioli. I'islon. l..-04,.13S : 
Aug. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit. Mich. Guiding means for 
car bodies. 1,519.349 : Dec. 16. 

Barth^lemy, Antoine J. M. (See Cans, Paul.) 

Barthelmess, Emil, Dusseldorf - Oberkassel, Germany. 
Crushing mills. 1,520,319 ; Dec. 23. 

Bartholdi. -Amlo, Jersey City, N. J. Garment hanger. 
1,510.915 : Oct. 7. 

Bartholo, Alipio C, and M. Perry, New Bedford, Mass. 
Music-leaf turner. 1.479,781 ; .Tan. 8. 

Bartholomew, Fred R., F. J. Vierling, and O. A. Bartholo- 
mew, Minneapolis, Minn., assignors to Sterling Special- 
ties Manufacturing Company. Pencil. 1,495,662 ; 
May 27. 

Bartholomew, James H., and R. H. Boardman, assignors 
to The Connecticut Telephone & Electric Company, In- 
corporated, Meriden, Conn. Electric switch. 1.520,847 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Bartholomew, John B., assignor to Avery Company, 
Peoria, 111. Gang plow. i;498.258 ; June 17. 

Bartholomew, John R., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Brake-shoe head. 1,486,854 : Mar. 18. 

Bartholomew, John R., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Automotive brake. 1,501,159 ; July 15. 

Bartholomew, John R.. Berkeley, Calif., assignor to The 
Westingliouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Automotive brake device. 1,514,684 ; Nov. 11. 

Bartholomew, Orlo A. (See Bartholomew, F. R., Vierling, 
and Bartholomew.) 

Bartholomew, Robert, Bridgeport, Conn. Heater or like 
utonsil. 1,485.159 ; Feb. 26. 

Bartholomew, Robert J., assignor to Fletcher Works, 
Incorporated, Philadelphia, I'a. Attachment for looms. 
1,503,871 ; Aug. 5. 

Bartholomew, William, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Company, Ltd., Chicago, 111. Balancing mecha- 
nism for revolving bodies. 1,498,535; June 24. 

Bartini, Joseph F., Alexandria, Va., assignor of one-half 
to H. R. Ecclcston, Washington, D. C. Bread cutter 
and carrier. Re]5,809; Apr. 1. 

Bartlett Dampener Co. (See Bartlett, Daniel, assignor.) 

Bartlett, Daniel, assignor to Bartlett Dampener Co., El 
Reno, Okla. Grain dampener. 1,496,615 ; June 3. 

Bartlett, Edwin B. (See Petrie. A. J., and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Emory H. (See Stock, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bartlett, Francis A., Stamford, Conn. Composition sub- 
stitute for Avood, tile, or other building material. 
1,484.370: Feb. 19. 

Bartlett, Francis A., Stamford, Conn. Package. 
1.513,148: Oct. 28. 

Bartlett, George M., Indianapolis, Ind. Flexible shaft 
coupling. 1,491,186; Apr. 22. 

Bartlett, Oporce S. (See Bickel. .Joseph W.. assignor.) 

Bartlett. George W., assignor of one-half to H. C. Cronk- 
rite, Tacoma, Wash. Charge forming and controlling 
mechanism for internal-combustion engines. 1,484,808 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Bartlett Ilayward Company, The. (See Freedenburg, 
Howard C, assignor.) 

Bartlett. John E., assignor to Bar-Trex Jlanufacturing 
Co., Inc., Birmingham, Ala. Device for feeding paper 
slips. 1,495,874 : May 27. 

Bartlett, Leonard. Springfield, assignor to Reliance Ma- 
chine & Specialt.v Company, Boston, Mass. Machine 
for filling lubricating bushings. 1,511,210; Oct. 14. 

Bartlett. Robert G.. Pleasantville, N. J. Rotary cutter. 
1.500.045; July 1. 

Bartlett, Samuel J., Barry Dock, Wales. Glass-cutting 
table. 1,480,875 ; Jan. 15. 

Bartlett, Vern C, Joplin. Mo. Rath or flux for pre- 
venting corrosion or rusting of motor-vehicle wheel 
rims and wire wheels. 1,498.259 ; June 17. 

Bartlett. Virgil M., Silver Point, Tcnn. Hand grab. 
1.513,023; Oct. 28. 

Bartley, Frank W., Newberry, Pa. Valve. 1,497,473: 
June 10. 

Bartley, John C, assignor of one-half to II. I. .Tones. Den- 
ver. Colo. Adjustable glare shield for automobiles. 
1.481.974 : Jan. 29. 

Bartling. Howard G., Chicago, 111. Sprav cabinet. 
1.520.796 : Dec. 30. 

Bartmess. Ernest L., Pekin, HI. Drag-line-bucket cleaner. 
1.4S7.910; Mar. 25. 

Barto. Michael J., and J. A. Fiste, Soatonville, 111. Hose 
clamp. 1.517.184 ; Nov. 25. 

Bartold. George S., assignor to Lorscheider-Schang Co., 
Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Paper box. 1,491,783; Apr. 29. 

Bartolnmuoci, Quirino, New York, N. Y. Ilydrocycle. 
1.506,283; Aug. 26. 

Barton, Alma de B., Los Angeles, Calif. Educational de- 
vice. 1,479,423; Jan. 1. 

Bartnn. p.en D.. Jackson. Mich. Power attachment for 
motor vehicles. 1,482.880; Feb. 5. 

Barton, Bernard C, Kingston-upon-IIull, and R. H. Carr. 
Leeds. England. Vnlve for controlling the admission 
of hi<rh and low pressure liquid to hydraulic presses. 
1.518.297; Doc. 9. 

Barton. Charles, Jacksonville, Fla. Motor-vehicle bumper. 
1,490,580; Apr. 15. 

Barton, Edward D., Canon City, Colo. Rope and strap 
fastener. 1,516,489; Nov. 25. 



Barton, Elbert W., Binghamton, N. Y. Pump. 1,479,782; 
Jan. 8. 

Barton, Frederick C, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Coupling. 1,493.232 ; May 6. 

Barton, George A., Kansas City, Mo. Bottle holder. 
1,503,016; July 29. 

Barton, Henry L., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit. Mich. Heat treatment of metallic arti- 
cles. 1,498.519; June 17. 

Barton, Joseph M., Danvera, Mass. Device for use on 
randing. heel shaving, and trimming machines. 
1,488,466; Apr. 1. 

Barton, Robert E., Chicago, 111. Burglar system. 
1,492,345 ; Apr. 29. 

Barton, Vincent, Wickersham, Wash. Punch. 1,491,659 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Barton, William H., Springfield, Mo., assignor to Ash 
Grove Lime & Portland Cement Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Barrel heater. 1,480,981 ; Jan. 15. 

Bartons Bias Narrow Fabrics Company. (See Morris, 
Joseph P., assignor.) 

Bartos, Jerry J., Phillips, Wis. Truck plow. 1,490,724 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Bartosik, Joseph, Monessen, Pa. Wrench. 1,507,362 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Bartosz, Joseph A., Turner, Oreg. Flax-puller attach 
ment for binders. 1,507,656 ; Sept. 9. 

Bartram, Frederick S. (See Lee, Charles W., assignor.) 

Bar-Trex Manufacturing Co. (See Bartlett, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Bartsch, Herbert E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Universal 
Draft Gear Attachment Companv. Draft arm. 
1.513,956; Nov. 4. 

Baruch, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Spring oiler. 1,483,208 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Baruch, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Brassifere. 1,502,762 ; 
July 29. 

Baruch, Sydney N., Palo Alto, Calif. Apparatus for pro- 
ducing "continuous electrical oscillations. 1,498,536 ; 
June 24. 

Baruch. Svdney N., New York, N. Y. Fixed and variable 
grid leak. 1,521,213 ; Dec. 30. 

Baruth, Dewey, assignor of one-half to F. A. Jacques, 
jr., Alexandria, Nebr. Chick feeder. 1,490.757 ; Apr. 15. 

Barwood, Leon J., Allston, Mass. Pump piston. 
1,517,489: Dec. 2. 

Basart, Antonius H. M., The Hague, Netherlands. Door 
fastening for safes and the like. 1,483.541; Feb. 12. 

Bascom, Willard N., Bronxville. N. Y. Liquid - distrib- 
uting composition. 1.518.044 ; Dec. 2. 

Bascome, Clarence, Cleveland, Ohio. Alarm mechanism. 
1,487,525: Mar. 18. 

Bascou, Emile B. G., Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Ag- 
glomerating the products and recovering the oil from 
products obtained bv agitating pulverized coal with 
oil in water. 1.516.171: Nov. 18. 

Base], Eli A., Kansas City, Mo. Oil-burner valve. 
1,516,945; Nov. 25. 

Basel, Eli A., Kansas City, Mo. Oil-burner valve. 
1.516,946 : Nov. 25. 

Basel, Eli A., Kansas City. Mo. Controlling device for 
oil burners. 1,518,298 : Dec. 9. 

Basel, Frank, assignor of one-half to P. Halloran, Minne- 
aoolis. Minn. Roof-valley shingle. 1,486,559; 5Iar. 11. 

Bash, Charles, Brookline, Mass., assignor of one-half to 
Herrick, Denver, Colo. Toothbrush container. 
1.501,835 : July 15. 

Basham, Robert H. (See Stone, R. A., and Basham.) 

Rashara, Joseph F. (See Humason, G. A., and Bashara.) 

Bashkow, Maurice, and A. Wyman, St. Louis, Mo. Seat 
cover. 1.490.554: Apr. 15. 

Bashlin Company, The. (See Hazeltine, James E., as- 
signor.) 

Bashlin, William M., De Land, Fla. Concrete building 
block. 1.4.'!7.52fi; Mar. 18. 

Bashwiner. Charles, Jamaica, N. Y.. assignor to Active 
Folding Box Co., Inc. Foldable display box. 1,507.148 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Basilio, Gennaro, New Haven, Conn. Combined window- 
shade bracket and curtain-pole support. 1,497,320 ; 
June 10. 

Basinait, Leslie T. (See Mace, Frank H., assignor.) 

Baslnow, Maurice, and S. Brown, Boston, Mass. Shoe- 
polishing machine. 1,493.839: May 13. 

Raskin, Edwin T., Kansas City, Mo. Three-fingered mit- 
ten. 1.511. S70; Oct. 14. 

Baskv, Anton, New York, N. Y. Pointing machine. 
1.. 503,017; July 29. 

Rasler, Henry, et al. (See Blair, Hugh A., assignor.) 

Basmaison, Pierre, San Francisco, Calif. Plane bit. 
1.484,861 ; Feb. 26. 

Basmaison, Pierre, San Francisco, Calif. Plane bit. 
1.497.474 : June 10. 

Bn«ninn. Anthony M., Detroit, Mich. Ventilator. 
1.520.742; Dec. 30. 

Basnett, Gaylord S. (See Boggess, Lawrence C, as- 
signor.) 

Bass, .\rchle E., Birmingham, Ala. Filtering device. 
1,481,407; Jan. 22. 

Bass, E. & J., Inc. (See Negbaur. Harry, .assignor.) 

Rass, E. & J., Inc. (See Souter, Alwin P., assignor.) 

Cass, James D., Petersburg, Va. Fire escape. 1,497,534 ; 
June 10. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bass, Rubin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cloth-pressing machine. 
1,485,824; Mar. 4. 

Bassan, Mordecal, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mask-supporting 
means. 1,485,160; Feb. 26. 

Bassan, Moiflecai, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic toy. 
1,521,224 ; Dec. 30. 

Bassett, Alvin J. (See Sharp, J. E., and Bassett.) 

Bassett, Cyrus W. (See Schenck, C, and Bassett.) 

Bassett, Blisha, London, England. Device for effecting 
the registration of plates for multicolor printing, 
1,520,102; Dec. 23. 

Bassett, George A., et al., executors. (See Perrin, Wll- 
> liam II.) 

Bassett, Harry P. (See Parsons, C. L., and Bassett.) 

Bassett, Uarry P., Cynthiana, Ky., and T. F. Hanigau, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Making artificial silk and similar 
products. 1,497,321; June 10. 

Bassett. .Tames H. (See Craft, L. W., and Bassett.) 

Bassett, Melda E., Los Angeles, Calif. Toilet article. 
1,501,547 ; July 15. 

Bassett Metal Goods Company, The. (See Oonln, Daniel 
J., assignor.) 

Bassett, Preston R., assignor to The Sperry Gyroscope 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Light-projecting apparatus. 
1,479,640 ; Jan. 1. 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Liquid meter. 
1,495,946 ; May 27. 

Bassett, William C, Long Beach, Calif. Composition for 
hardening steel. 1,499,285 ; June 24. 

Bassette, John G., and C. D. Corwin, assignors to Air- 
dry Corporation,. Groton, N. Y. Drying apparatus. 
1,506,041 ; Aug. 26. 

Bassette, John G., E. T. Williams, and D. J. Watrous, 
assignors to Alrdry Corporation, Groton, N. Y. Lava- 
tory fixture. 1,494,883 ; May 20, 

Basslck Company, The, (See Basslck, William R., as- 
signor.) 

Basslck Company, The. (See Claud-Mantle, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 

Basslck Company, The. (See Herold, Walter F., as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Moore, Raymond G., as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Crevellng, 
John L., assignor.) 

Basslck Manufacturing Company, The. (See Davis, 
Ernest W., assignor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Fesler, 
Douglas F., assignor,) 

Bassick, William R., assignor to The Bassick Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Automobile hood clamp. 1,493,840 ; 
May 13. 

Bassler, Arthur H., Belleville, 111. Funnel for powder 
kegs. 1,509,539; Sept. 23. 

Bassler, Carlos J., Portland, Oreg., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to American Liquid Meter Company, Seattle, 
Wash. Fluid meter. 1,505,306 ; Aug. 19, 

Bassler, Robert E„ Brooklyn, N. Y. Aircraft-arresting 
device. 1,502,653; July 29. 

Basso, Ernesto, Vlgevano, assignor to The Socleta Ita- 
liana Brevetti per Pilatura, Bertuletti & C, Milan, 
Italy. Draw frame. 1,506,554 ; Aug. 26. 

Bast, Frank J., assignor to Chas. J. Tagliahue Mfg. Co., 
Brooklvn, N. Y. Speed-change mechanism, 1,495,239 ; 
May 27. 

Bast, Frank J., assignor to Charles J. Tagliahue Mfg. 
Co., Brooklyn, N, Y. Automatic controller. 1,503,971 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Bast, Prank J., assignor to Charles J. Tagliahue Mfg. 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fountain pen for recording In- 
struments. 1,516,586; Nov, 25, 

Bast, George B., Everett, Wash. Cap-forming device. 
1,493,316 ; May 6. 

Bast, Joseph II., Santa Monica, Calif. Metal feeder for 
linotype machines. 1,521,349 ; Dec, 30. 

Hasten, Otto, Rutherford, N. J. Tire. Des. 64,394 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Bastlan, Arthur J., Wllkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Timing de- 
vice. 1,483,502 ; Feb, 12, 

Bastlan, Arthur J,, Wllkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric « Manufacturing Company. Apparatus 
for forming coil-retaining wedges. 1,490,194 ; Apr. 15. 

Bastlan, Arthur J,, Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to 
Westingl)ouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Gear 
wheel. 1,504,596; Aug, 12, 

Bastlan, Arthur J., Wllkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Commu- 
tator cylinder. 1,511,316 : Oct. 14. 

Bastlan, Arthur J,, Wllkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, Con- 
tainer and molding the same, 1.520.996; Dec. 30, 

Bastian-BIessing Company, The, (See Bastlan, Charles L., 

assignor.) 
Bastian Bros. Co. (See Bott, Joseph, assignor.) 
Bastlan Bros, Company, (See Bott, J,, and Mitchel, 
assignors.) 

Bastian Bros. Co. (See Mitchel, Charles F., assignor.) 

Bastian, Charles L., assignor to The Bnstian-Blessing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Disijensing apparatus. 
1,503,107; July 29. 



Bastlan, Charles L., assignor to The Bastian-BIessing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Dispensing apparatus. 
1,503,811; Aug. 5. 

Bastlan, Charles O., assignor of one-half to R. H. For- 
man, London, England. Apparatus for heating water 
electrically. 1,494,207 ; May 13. 

Bastlan-Morley Company. (See Blrtch, Fred W., as- 
signor.) 

Bastlen, Jules A., Gloucester City, N. J. Revolving grate 
and frame for steel ranges. 1,486,829 : Mar. 11. 

Bastow, Carrodus, AUwood, N. J., assignor to O'Bannon 
Company, West Barrington, B. I. Table cover. Des. 
65,766 ; Oct, 14. 

Baszin, Aurel, Oavton, Ohio. Amusement device. 
1,508,905; Sept. 16. 

Bataille, Bdouard, Paris, France, Vapor-removing plant. 
1,489,109 ; Apr. 1. 

Batavia Service Corporation. (See Thomas, Winthrop 
G., assignor.) 

Batchelder, Ryland D. (See Foley, H. J., Dilloway, 
and Batchelder.) 

Batcheller, Birney C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
Bemis Bro. Bag Co., St. Louis, Mo. Bag-turning ma- 
chine. 1,482,377; Feb. 5. 

Batcheller, Birney C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Bemls 
Bro. Bag Co., Boston, Mass. Testing machine. 
1,496,838 ; June 10. 

Batcheller, Hugh W., Worcester, Mass. Lamp holder for 
automobile hoods. 1,482,454 ; Feb. 5. 

Batcheller, Hugh W., Worcester, Mass., assignor to 
Worcester Electric Supply Company. Dash lamp. 
Des. 63,867 ; Feb. 5. 

Batcheller, Hugh W,, assignor of one-half to H. F. Farrell, 
Worcester, Mass. Bicycle pedal. 1,490,085 ; Apr. 15. 

Batcheller, Hugh W., assignor of one-half to H, F, Farrell, 
Worcester, Mass. Antifriction bearing for bicycle 
pedals, etc. 1,508,438 ; Sept, 16. 

Batchelor, Charles L., Portland, Oreg. Automobile 
bumper. 1,513,149 ; Oct. 28. 

Batchelor, Harry D., New York, N. Y., assignor to Na- 
tional Carbon Company, Inc. Hermetically-sealed dry 
cell, 1,505,939; Aug. 26. 

Batchelor, Sanford L., Grafton, Mass. Leveling and 
adjusting device. 1,491,075 ; Apr. 22. 

Batchelor, William N., Baltimore. Md. Deposit and col- 
lection receptacle for milk bottles. 1,482.378; Feb. 5. 

Batchlor, Landon, Lawrenceburg, Ind. Well-tube tool. 
1,516,515 ; Nov. 25. 

Bate, John W., Racine, Wis. Adjustable step jack. 
1,501,548; July 15. 

Bate, John W., Racine, Wis. Jack. 1,508,044 ; Sept. S 

Bate, Thomas C, et al. (See Jackson, Maunsell B., as- 
signor.) 

Bate, Warwick G., Newton Falls, Ohio. Card holder. 
1,482,182; Jan. 29. 

Bateman, Earl V., BalUnger, Tex. Phonograph. 
1,489,914 ; Apr. 8. 

Bateman, James B., Arlington, N. J., assignor to Bewtex 
Products Corporation, New Y'ork, N, Y. Advertising 
display card, 1,487,705 ; Mar. 25. 

Bateman, Theodore B., St. Joseph, assignor of forty-nine 
one-hundredths to C, A, Fish, Chilllcothe, Mo. Radia- 
tor truck. 1,520,630 ; Dec. 23. 

Bateman, William H., London, England. Separator em- 
ployed for the separation of liquids of different den- 
sity. 1,513,882 ; Nov. 4. 

Batenfeld, John N., Kansas City, Mo. Combined folding 
table and seat. 1,514,418 ; Nov. 4. 

Bates, Adelmer M., and J. E. Dancker, assignors to Bates 
Valve Bag Company, Chicago, 111. Packaging process. 
1,521,225 ; Dec. 30. 

Bates, Arthur. (See Bennion, C. P., Gouldbourn, and 
Bates.) 

Bates, C. J., & Son. (See Korhummel, Otto J., assignor.) 

Bates, C. J., & Son. (See Watrous, William R., assignor.) 

Bates, Clarence A. (See Fults. E., and Bates.) 

Bates, Clarence A., Fairfield, assignor to The Bryant Elec- 
tric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Electric switch. 
1,505,849; Aug. 19. 

Bates, Harry, New York, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Rochester Industries, Inc, Rochester, N. Y. Type- 
writer. 1,521,214 ; Dec, 20. 

Bates, James, Lorain, Ohio. Jar cabinet. 1,519,968 ; 
Dec. 16, 

Bates, Lindell T., New York. N. Y. Method and appa- 
ratus for navigating vessels and aircraft. 1,497.059 ; 
June 10. 

Bates, Lloyd W., and E. H. Traut, Detroit, Mich. Heat 
deflector for gas burners. 1,509,630 ; Sept. 23. 

Bates Manufacturing Company, The. (See Babson, Stan- 
ley M., assignor.) 

Bates, Mortimer P., assignor to The Sperry Gyroscope 
Company. Brooklyn, N. Y. Self-damping gyropendu- 
lum. i:518,892; Dec, 9. 

Bates, Samuel P, (See .'Vrmistead, C, L., and Bates.) 

Bates, Thomas O., Liverpool, England, Machinery for 
making wafer biscuits, cup wafers, and similar articles 
from liquid. 1,482,963 ; Feb. 5. 

Bates Valve Bag Company, (See Bates, A. M., and 
Dancker. assignors.) 

Bates, wminm 0„ jr., Joliet, 111. Percolator and the 
like. 1,486,943; Mar. 18, 



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INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bath, John, Worcester, Mass. Adjustable internal gauge. 

1509,578; Sept. 23. 
Bath, John, assignor to John Bath & Co. Inc., Worcester, 

Mass. Adjustable gauge. 1,496,199 ; June 3. 
Bath, John, assignor to John Bath & Co. Inc., Worcester, 

Mass. Adjustable gauge. 1,511,934 : Oct. 14. 
Bath, John, assignor to John Bath & Company, Inc., 

Worcester, Mas.s. Micrometer caliper. 1,516,909 : 

Nov. 25. 

Bath, John, & Company. (See Bath, John, assignor.) 
Batie, Joseph E., assignor to Kelsey Wheel Company, 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Riveting machine. 1,521,066 ; 
Dec. 30. 
Batley, W. R., et al. (See WUson, Thomas H., assignor.) 
Batsel. Max C, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Wireless re- 
ceiving circuit. 1,499,331 ; July 1. 
Batson, Charles H., Columbus, Ohio. Guard-rail clamp. 
1,495,392 ; May 27. 

Batt, Jacob G., New York, N. Y. Advertising aeroplane. 

1,511,795; Oct. 14. 
Battelli, Frederic. (See Stern, L., and BatteUi.) 
Batten, Percy H. (See Fa wick, T. L., and Batten.) 
Battenfeld, Jesse B. (See Battenfeld, John N., assignor.) 
Battenfeld, John N., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to J. R. 
Battenfeld, Kansas City, Mo. Sifting machine. 
1,485,946 ; Mar. 4. 
Battey, Eugene. (See Pank, J. H., and Battey.) 
Battle Creek Box Co. (See Cummings, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Battle Creek Bread Wrapping Machine Company. (See 

Metcalf, Howard H., assignor.) 
Battle, John R., Ardmore, Pa. Lubricator. 1,479,641 ; 

Jan. 1. 
Battle, Mary W., Denver, Colo. Menu-card holder. 

1,492,065 ; Apr. 29. 
Battle, Marj W., Denver, Colo. Menu-card holder. 

1,498,988 ; June 24. 
Battle, Mary W., Denver, Colo. Menu - card holder. 

1,498,989; June 24. 

Batton, Johnerthon D., Bessemer, Ala. Nut-locking de- 
vice. 1,491,660; Apr. 22. 

Batty. Dudley E., West Kensington, London, assignor to 
The Associated Equipment C,"ompany Limited, West- 
minster, London, England. Speed-regulating device 
for electrically-driven vehicles. 1,497,475 ; June 10. 

Baublitz, Luther E., Washington, D. C. Toy. 1,511,211 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Bauch, Richard, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to Sle- 
mens-Schuckertwerke Gesellschaft mit beschranktei 
Haftung, Siemensstadt, near Berlin, Germany. Means 
for suppressing the ground currents. 1,485,361 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Baude, Joseph R., Chicago, 111. Emergency chain for 

nonskid tire chains. 1,504.416; Aug. 12. 
Baudoux, Joseph R. I., assignor to Schneider & Cle., 

Paris, France. Friction clutch. 1,493,797 ; May 13. 
Bauer Brothers Company, The. (See Daniel, Allan P., 

assignor.) 
Bauer, Carl. (See Bauer. Frederick C. and C. 
Bauer, Carl E., Hammond, Ind. Cultivator. 1,506,042; 

Aug. 26. 

Bauer, Charles G., Brooklyn, assignor to 0. C. Safir, 
New York, N. Y. Knitting-machine head. 1,498,067 ; 
June 17. 

Bauer, Charles G., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. K. Lanning, Fall River, Mass. Knit- 
ting machine. 1.517.698 ; Dec. 2. 

Bauer, Fred W., Milwaukee, Wis. Mattress or the like. 
1,479,493 ; Jan. 1. 

Bauer, Frederick, Milwaukee, Wis. Automobile signal. 
1,503,108 ; July 29. 

Bauer, Frederir-k C. and C, Glenside, Pa. Toy gravity 
railway. 1,518,803; Dec. 9. 

Bauer, Henry F., Wheaton, Minn. Machine for pinning 
papers together. 1,494.573 : May 20. 

Bauer, Henry J., et al. (See Bauer, Louis, assignor.) 

Bauer, Hugo. (See Kolle, W., Bauer, and Mascbm.-inn. i 

Bauer, Irwin O., Cincinnati, Ohio. Upholstery binding. 
1,495,240; May 27. 

Bauer, John, Detroit, Mich. Strip molstener. 1,503,623 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Bauer, John A., assignor to The Lamson Company, 
Boston, Mass. Carrier dispatch system. 1,502,326 ; 
July 22. 

Bauer, John A., Boston, Mass., assignor to The Lamson 
Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Signal-actuating device 
for dispatch systems. 1,502,327 ; July 22. 

Bauer, Leo, et al. (See Billincrh.nin, Jethro, assignor.) 

Bauer, Louis, assignor of one-third to H. 3. Bauer and 
one-third to P. Turner, New York, N. Y. Means for 
mounting multlgraph plates. 1,479,446 : Jan. 1. 

Bauer, IN^itv S., Chicago, 111. Vehicle body. 1,514,124; 
Nov. 4. " 

Bauer, Perry S., Chicago, 111. Motor-driven vehicle. 
1,518,045 ; Dec. 2. 

Bauer. William J. (See Frangipane, Anthony P., as- 
signor.) 

Bauer, William M., Chicago. 111. Pnoum.Ttically-played 
piano. 1,485,063; Feb. 26. 



Bauer, William W., Thurston, Ohio, and II. E. Wood- 
ward, Pennsgrove, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Blue tri- 
sazo dyes. 1,498,316 ; June 17. 

BUuerle, Tobias, Schwarzwald, Germany. Calculating ma- 
chine. 1,482,372; Jan. 29. 

Bauersfeld, Walther, assignor to the Firm Carl Zeiss. 
Jena, Germany. Device for making cinematographic 
exposures. 1,519,105 : Dec. 16. 

Bauersfeld, Walther, assignor to the Firm Carl Zeiss, 
Jena, Germanv. Cinematographic apparatus. 1,520,384 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Bauersfeld, Walther, assignor to the Firm of Carl Zeiss,* 
Jena, Germany. Exposure cinematograph. 1,504,314 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Bauersfeld, Walther, and 0. Mackensen, assignors to 
the Firm Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany. Examining the 
relative position of sighting lines. 1,520,383 ; Dec. 23. 

Baughraan, George H., Chicago, 111. Manifold ticket. 
1,507,226 ; Sept. 2. 

Baughman, Orland F., et al. (See Ormonde, Henry T., 
assignor.) 

Baulk, Charles, Bridgnorth, England. Appliance for 
lubricating the pile wire employed in jaequard and 
like looms for weaving carpets, rugs, or other like 
fabrics. 1,507,451 ; Sept. 2. 

Baum, Erich, and M. Mugdan, assignors to Consortium 
fUr Elektrochemlsche Industrie G. m. b. 11.. Nuremberg, 
Germany. Manufacture of acetaldehyde from acetylene. 
1.489,915 ; Apr. 8. 

Baum, Frank A., Hamilton, Ohio. Caster. 1,480,851 ; 

Baum,' Frank A., Hamilton, Ohio. Caster. 1,486,217 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Baum, Gustav, assignor to the Firm of Chemische 
Fabrik Weissenstein G. m. h. H., Carinthia. Austria. 
Making or concentrating hydrogen peroxide. 1,511,494 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Baum, Henry, Cleveland, Ohio. Compound tool. 
1,485,450 ; Mar. 4. 

Baum, Hugo, New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 64,885 ; 
June 17. 

Baum, Hugo, New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 66,063 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Baum. J., Safe & Lock Company, The. (See Freyherg. 
J., and Wubbolding. assignors. ) 

Baum, William A., New York, N. Y. Portable manometer 
container. Des. 64,709 ; May 27. 

Bauman, A. E. (See Blankenhagen, Albert, assignor.) 

Bauman, Arthur E., Akron, Ohio. Vehicle tire tread or 
similar article. Des. 63,767 : Jan. 15. 

Bauman, Bernhardt R. (See Ny. Jules A., assignor.) 

Bauman, Charles W., and P. Gruber, Columbus, Ohio. 
Float. 1,503,624 ; Aug. 5. 

Baumann, Christian W.. Cavalier, N. Dak. Automobile 
snow siiovpl. 1,511,072 : Oct. 7. 

Baumann, Emil L.. Munich-Gladbach, and H. Schu- 
macher, Neuss, Germany. Reamer head. 1,513,024 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westingbouse Electric and Manufac- 
turing Company. Steam turbine. 1.490.907; Apr. 22. 

Baumann. Karl, Urmston, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westingbouse Electric and Manufac- 
turing Company. Fluid-pressure support for bearings. 
1,499,332; July 1. 

Baumann, Karl. Urmston. England, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Co. Ejector. 
1,512,156: Oct. 21. 

Baumann, Milton C., assignor to Dayton-Wright Company. 
Dayton, Ohio. Standard stick control. 1.501,550 ; 
July 15. 

Baumann, Milton C, and H. M. Rinehart, assignors to 
Davton-Wright Company, Dayton, Ohio. Airplane con- 
trol. 1,496,200 ; June 3. 

Baumann, Milton C, and H. M. Rinehart, assignors to 
Dayton-Wright Company, Dayton, Ohio. Aeroplane 
structure. 1,501,549; .July 15. 

Baumgardner, Earl W. (See Baumgardner, William L. 
and E. W.) 

Baumgardner. Frank J., assignor of one-hnlf to F. L. 
Pliipps. C^leveland. Ohio. Coating composition. 
1,513.794; Nov. 4. 

Baumgardner, John A., Detroit, Mich. Material for the 
cementation or caschardening of Iron and steel. 
1,492,192; Apr. 29. 

Baumsardner, William L. and E. W., Watsonville, Calif. 
Fuel vaporizer. 1,507,329 ; Sept. 2. 

Baumgart. William. (Sec Aronson, M., and Baumgnrt.) 

Baumgarten, Edward J. (See Bowers, J. A., and Baum- 
gartpn.) 

Baumgnrtl. Leroy. and ,T. D. Hale, assignors to Ram- 
.sprini: l?uniper Company. Chicaco, Til. Automobile 
bunipcr. 1,518.381 : Doc. 9. 

Baumgartnor, Joseph P., Philadelphia, Pa. Garter clasp. 
1.502,011; July 22. 

Baumbauer, Heinrich, Charlottonburg, iio.Mr BerMn. Ger- 
many, assignor to (Jcneral Electric Company. Hard 
tool and implement and in process of making. 
1.512.191 : Oct. 21. 

Baumler, Charles A., Buffalo, assignor to Auto-Wheel 
Coaster Company, Inc., North Tonawanda, N. Y. Ve- 
hicle wheel. 1,489,054 ; Apr. 1. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
AlpJiahetical list of patentees — Continuecl. 



45 



Baur, Hugo J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Johnson Fare 
Box Company. Fare register and detachable fare box. 
1,484,052 ; Feb. 19. 

Baur, Uaymond H., Kenilworth, D. C. Engine valve. 
1,495,979 ; June 3. 

Baurichter, Einil, Ludwigshaven, Germany, assignor to 
C. A. Hahn, St. Louis, Mo. Combined smelter and 
ladle. 1,519.290 ; Dec. 16. 

Bauroth, Leonhard, assignor to The Willys-Overland Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Hand wheel. 1,488,308 ; Mar. 26. 

Bausch, Carl L., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Lens-grinding apparatus. 
1,494,333 ; May 20. 

Bausch, Carl L., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Machine for forming lens- 
grinding tools. 1,513,883 ; Nov. 4. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, Carl 
L., assignor.) 

Biiuseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, W., and 
Poser, assignors.) 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company. (See Belgard, A. 
B., and Welsh, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Drescher, Theo- 
dore B., assignor.) 

Bauscli i^ l.omb Optical Company. (See Hart, Edwin, 
assignor.) 

Bans, u and Lomb Optical Company. (See Herbert, Pitt 
H., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Montgomery, 
llobert J., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Patterson, Wil- 
liam L., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Poser, Mas, as- 
signor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Simpson, Leon 
G., assignor.) 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company. (See Stevens, Fred- 
erick A., assignor.) 

Bau.>;ch and J.onib Optical Company. (See Swanson, Ru- 
dolph E., assignor.) 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company. (See Welsh, James 
W., assignor.) 

Bausch, Michael A. (See Larsen, Mads M., assignor.) 

Bausch, William, and M. Poser, assignors to Bausch & 
Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Lens. 
1,486,720; Mar. 11. 

Baush Machine Tool Company. (See Babson, Roger D., 
assignor.) 

Baush Machine Tool Company. (See Hyde, Arthur S., 
assignor.) 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Confectionery-coating ma- 
chine. 1,493,423 ; May 6. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
CJompany, Springfield, Mass. Feeding mechanism for 
confectionery macbines. 1,504,666 ; Aug. 12. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Delivery apparatus for 
confectionery machines. 1,511,256; Oct. 14. 

Bausman, George H., Baltimore, Md. Piston-rod pack- 
ing. 1,514,192 ; Nov. 4. 

Baust, George H., Omaha, Nebr. Sanitary kit for 
butchers' laiives. 1,504,927 ; Aug. 12. 

Bautz, Jlndfich. (See Kriegerbeck, V., and Bautz.) 

Bauwens, Seraphine F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Wire- 
bounds Patents Company. Wire-joining tool. 
1,489,810; Apr. 8. 

Bavercy, Frangois, assignor to Societe du Carburateur 
Zenith, Lyon, France. Carburetor. 1,505,763 ; Aug. 19. 

Bavercy, Frangois, assignor to Societe du Carburateur 
Zenith, Lyon, France. Carburetor. 1,510,293 ; 

Sept. ao. 

Baxendale, Willianj D. J., London, England. Clutch- 
operating mechanism. 1,509,221 ; Sept. 23. 

Baxter, Cbarles A., West Linn, Oreg. Steam-removing 
means for paper-pulp grinders. 1,481,584 ; Jan. 22. 

Baxter, Charles E., assignor of one-fourth to R. O. Web- 
ster, Park Rapids, Minn. Self-supporting extension 
ladder. 1,496.201 ; June 3. 

Baxter, Harold G., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Westing 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch 
mechanism. 1,485,362 ; Mar. 4. 

Baxter, Harold G., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westinghouse Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company. Safety-switch interlock. 1,486,855; 
Mar. 18. 

Baxter, Harold G., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch 
box. 1,49.3.841 ; May 13. 

Baxter, Harold G., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Tumbler 
.switch. 1,515.050; Nov. IS. 

r.axter, Harold G., Baldwin. N. Y., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Tilanufaetnring Company. Safety 
switch box. 1,520,997 ; Dec. 30. 

Baxter, Harry, Newman, 111. Grain -bundle shocker. 
1.482,594 ; Feb. 5. 

Baxter, John B., assignor to Covert Manufacturing Co., 
Troy, N. Y. Spring-tongue snap hook. 1,501,738 ; 
July 15. 

Baxter, Maxwell H., Charleston. S. C. Apparatus for 
making ice. 1,513,089; Oct. 28. 



Baxter, Myron C, Kalamazoo, and C. L. Young, Gales- 
burg, Mich. Form clamp. 1,514,884 ; Nov. 11. 

Baxter, William J., New York, N. Y. Printed cotton 
fabric. 1,513,306; Oct. 28. 

Barter, William M., Chicago, 111., and A. P. Lundin, Bay- 
side, N. Y., assignors to American Balsa Company, Inc. 
Heat-insulating structural material. 1,486,113 ; 

Mar. 4. 

Baxter, William W., and L. F. Hellmann, Indianapolis, 
Ind. Poundation-brake-gear safety control. 1,496,048 ; 
June 3. 

Bay City Iron Works. (See Meyer, Ferd H., assignor.) 

Bay, John S., Denver, Colo. Bridge signal. 1,501,301 ; 
July 15. 

Baya, Joseph L., Atlanta, Ga. Cap for radiators and 
the like. 1,509,465 ; Sept. 23. 

Bayard, Laurence and W. J., New Iberia, La. Apparatus 
for destroying water lilies or like marine growths. 
1,481,177 ; Jan. 15. 

Bayard, William J. (See Bayard, Laurence and W. J.) 

Bayat, Vido, Stewartsville, Ohio. Charge-tamping device. 
1,491,661 ; Apr. 22. 

Baybutt, Richard, assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether purification. 1,510,735 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Bayer, Frank, Majestic, Ky. Attachment for miners' 
caps. 1,506,608; Aug. 26. 

Bayer, Frederick, Jacksonville, Fla. Pencil holder. 
1,484,461 ; Feh. 19. 

Bayer, Matthew P., assignor to Simmons Company, Ke- 
nosha, Wis. Folding chair. 1,493,060; May 6. 

Bayles, Albert J. (See Sturges, L., and Bayles.) 

Bayles, Albert J., Melrose Park, IlL Back rest. 1,501,300 ; 
July 15. 

Bayles, Ernest A., and H. Higham, HeLsby, England. 
Electrical condenser. 1,511,935 ; Oct. 14. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to IngersoU- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Spool valve for 
rock drills. 1.479,356 ; Jan. 1. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Mounting for rock drills. 
1,486,120 ; Max. 11. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Oiling device for rock 
drills. 1,487,005 ; Mar. 18. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Rock-drill centralizer. 
1,488,525 ; Apr. 1. 

Bayles, Lewis C., Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Blowing device for drill 
steels. 1,493,951 ; May 13. 

Bayles, Lewis C., Easton, Pa., and H. W. Morrow, Phil- 
lipsburg, assignors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Pin puller. 1,479,357 ; ,Tan. 1. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., and A. E. Peters, Little- 
ton, Colo., assignors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jer- 
sey City, N. J. Shank and bit punch. 1,509,220; 
Sept. 23. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., and H. T. Abrams, Orange, 
assignors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Regulator for air-lift pumps. 1,517,490; Dec. 2. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Forming tool for chan- 
neler bits. 1,517,491 ; Dec. 2. 

Bayless, Charles O., assignor of one-half to W. H. Gerdea, 
Dayton, Ohio. Resilient insert for shoes. 1,517,610 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Bayless, William O., Knoxville, Tenn. Railway safety de- 
vice. 1,485,947 ; Mar. 4. 

Bayley, William, Springfield, Ohio. Hanger Insert. 
1,484,053 : Feb. 19. 

Bayley, William Co., The. (See Perry, Eugene R., as- 
signor.) 

Bayne, George G., Bushnell, 111. Tire and wheel carrier 
for automobiles. 1,505,927 ; Aug. 19. 

Bavne, George G., Bushnell, III. Spraying apparatus 
1,509,222 ; Sept. 23. 

Bayok, Francis J., Perth Amboy, N. J. Shade bracket. 
1,487,911 ; Mar. 25. 

Bayrer, Louis G., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Counterbalancing 
mechanism. 1,480,592 ; Jan. 15. 

Bayron, Louis M., New York, N. Y. Combination toilet 
set. 1,504,597 ; Aug. 12. 

Bazan, Guillermo R. Z., Moron, Cuba. Loader for re- 
volvers. 1,480,812 ; Jan. 15. 

Bazeley, Arthur J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve 
land, Ohio. Uncoupling mechanism for car couplers' 
1,506,806; Sept. 2. 

Bazelry, Artliur J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Pivot-pin support for car couplers. 
1,507,363; Sept. 2. 

Bazoley, Arthur J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Car coupler. 1,518,242 ; Dec, 9. 

Bazeley, Arthur ,T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
National Mallealjle and Steel Castings Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Car coupler. 1,518,299 ; Dec. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bazeley, Arthur J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Car coupler. 1,518,300 ; Dec. 9. 

Bazin, Hector, Detroit, Micb. Glass-drawing bait and 
holder for glass-drawing machines used in processes of 
drawing glass. 1,516,136 ; Nov. 18. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for operating upon soles. 1,491,284 ; Apr. 22. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Button- 
ing machine. 1,497,007; June 10. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Buttoning machine. 1,512,011 ; Oct. 21. 

B'azzill, Charles, Trinidad, Colo. Trap nest. 1,510,204 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Beach, Clarence E., Bingbamton, N. Y. Signaling system. 
1,487,194 : Mar. 18. 

Beach, Clarence E., Bingbamton, N. Y. Signal device. 
1,520,394 ; Dec. 23. 

Beach, Edward A., Altoona, Pa. Vegetable or fruit 
strainer. 1,481,660; Jan. 22. 

Beach, Edward S. (See Frederick, Fritz R., assignor.) 

Beach, Fitch H. and F. S., Charlotte, Micb. Bucket. 
1,508,6.39 ; Sept. 10. 

Beach, Fred S. (See Beach, Fitch H. and F. S.) 

Beach, Herbert L. (See Williamson, J. S., and Beach.) 

Beach, Howard W. (See Brown, William J., assignor.) 

Beach, James E., jr., Fairoaks, Calif. Doll. Des. 64,238 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Beach, Merrill A., Penn Yan, N. Y. Liquid-dispensing ap- 
paratus. 1,481,885 ; Jan. 29. 

Beach, Oren M., Rye, N. Y. Small-arms-practice appa- 
ratus. 1,494,407 ; May 20. 

Beach, Willard C, Newark, N. J. Air brush. 1,516,660 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Beach, Willard C, Newark, N. J. Combined paint-spray- 
ing apparatus and tank. 1,520,998 ; Dec. 30. 

Beach, William C, Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Signaling system. 1.519,477 ; Dec. 16. 

Beacon Accessories Corporation. (See Lyle, F. W., and 
Tuttle, assignors.) 

Beacon Mfg. & Sales Co. (See Lush, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

Beadle, George W., New York, N. Y., assignor to Inter- 
national Paper Company. Machine for making tubular 
articles. 1,511,714 ; Oct. 14. 

Beadle, George W., New York, N. Y., assignor to Inter- 
national Paper Company. Machine for making tubular 
articles. 1,511.715; Oct. 14. 

Beadle, George W., Stamford, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc. 
Machine for molding plastic material and the like. 
1,506,149 ; Aug. 26. 

Beadle, Lee C, Crystal Valley, Mich. Electric-light sup- 
port. 1,490,086; Apr. 15. 

Beaghen, Thomas, jr.. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Tank-car 
heater. 1,479,022; Jan. 1. 

Beagle, Victor E., Alexandria, Va. Hoisting truck. 
1,484,698 ; Feb. 26. 

Beagle, Victor E., Alexandria, Va. Curb-box support. 
1,484,699; Feb. 26. 

Beagle, Victor E., Alexandria, Va. Curb-box and cock 
support. 1,501,511; July 15. 

Beal, Ralph B. (See Smith, R. H., and Beal.) 

Beal, William H., Paris, Tex. Tie and fastener. 
1,507,227 ; Sept. 2. 

Beale, John H.. and L. Kinch, Eugene, Oreg. Speed 
ratchet wrench. 1,513.212 ; Oct. 28. 

Beale, Samuel C, Los Angeles, assignor to H. J. Forgy, 
trustee, Santa Ana, Calif. Beet-harvesting machine. 
1,503,625; Aug. 5. 

Beale, Wellington H., Marshalltown, Iowa. Antiskid de- 
vice for automobiles. 1,485,825 ; Mar. 4. 

Beall, Charles R., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swi.ssvale, Pa. Railway - traflSc - controlling 
apparatus. 1.514,247 ; Nov. 4. 

Beall, Charles R., Swissvale, and R. M. Gilson, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Com- 
pany, Swissvale. Pa. Railway - traffic - controlling ap- 
paratus. 1,513.957 : Nov. 4. 

Beall, Frank H., Baltimore, Md. Manufacture of an- 
thranillc acid. 1,492,664 ; Mav 6. 

Beall, Frank H., Baltimore, and D. B. Bradner, Edge- 
wood, Md. Manufacture of nitrobenzoic acid. 
1,488,730; Apr. 1. 

Beall, Frank H., Baltimore, and D. B. Br.idncr, Edge- 
wood, Md. Manufacture of anthranilic acid. 1,492,665 ; 
May 6. 

Beall, William L., Chattanooga. Tenn., assignor to In- 
ternational Harvrster Company. Agitator for fe(>d 
grinders. 1,512.519: Oct. 21. 

Heals, Allen E., et al., executors. (See Francke, Wil- 
liam J.) 

Beals, Erl v., Boston, Mass. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. 1.497,258: June :0. 

Beals. Erl V., Boston, Mass. Internal-combustion engine 
1,508.153; Sept. 9. 

Beals, Genevieve L., West Orange, assignor to Math-O- 
Meter Corporation, Newark, N. J. Web guide for 
paper rolls. 1,491.500; Apr. 22. 



Beals, George C, Winchendon, assignor to Fibre Finish- 
ing Company, Boston, Mass. Brake baud. 1,484,462 ; 
Feb. 19. 

Beals, Harold S., assignor of one-half to W. H. Shepherd, 
Springfield, Mass. Skate. 1,484,054 ; Feb. 19. 

Beam, Robert, Kalamazoo, assignor to H. M. Lowe, Battle 
Creek, Mich. Crutch. 1,501,580 ; July 15. 

Beam, Stephen E., Anamosa, Iowa. Casket stand. 
1,510.972; Oct. 7. 

Beaman, Daniel F., Houston, Tex., assignor to The Texas 
Company, New York, N. Y. Dispensing device. 
1,495,505 ; May 27. 

Beamesderfer, Harvey S., and P. G. Bachmann, Chicago, 
111. Container. 1,498,145; June 17. 

Bean, Ashton G. (See Slough, Frank M., assignor.) 

Bean, Floyd G., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Blekre 
Tire & Rubber Company, St. Paul, Minn. Vehicle tire. 
Des. 63,840; Jan. 29. 

Bean, Grace L., Washington, D. C. Camera. 1,521,067 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Bean, Joseph S., Mill Village, N. H. Rail-securing means. 
1,487,432; Mar. 18. 

Bean, Joseph S., Mill Village, N. H. Rail joint. 
1,519,716; Dec. 16. 

Bean, Louis A., Denver, Colo. Reflector. 1,480,364 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Bean, Othello L., and J. W. Rasmussen, assignors to 
U. S. and Foreign Patents Holding Co., Los Angeles, 
Calif. Cylinder-grinding machine. 1,519,526 ; Dec. 16. 

Bean Spray Pump Co. (See Cushman, Everett B., as- 
signor. ) 

Bean, Tat H., Amarillo, Tex. Fan-belt tightener. 
1,508,081 ; Sept. 9. 

Beanes, Frederick E. V., London, England. Tool for use 
by smokers. 1,511.317; Oct. 14. 

Beaney Rubber Company. (See Beaney, William, as- 
signor.) 

Beaney, William, assignor to Beaney Rubber Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Tire. Rel5,861 ; June 24. 

Bear, Charles H., York, Pa. Burner. 1,492,238 ; Apr. 29. 

Bear, Edward, Bronx, N. Y. Clothesline fastener. 
1,490.795; Apr. 15. 

Beard, C. Y. (See Johnston, Frank N., assignor.) 

Beard, Charles L., Chester, Pa. Electric clock. 1,502,840 ; 
July 29. 

Beard, Clarence M., Berkeley, Calif. Garden-hose sup- 
port. 1,480,982 ; Jan. 15. 

Beard, Elmer E., Port Angeles, Wash. Stereotype plate 
and support. 1,497,008 ; June 10. 

Beard, James R., Benton, England, assignor to Electrical 
Improvements Limited. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. 
Electric reactive winding. 1,481,585 ; Jan. 22. 

Beard, John E., Kansas City, Mo. Automobile brake. 
1,503,412 ; July 29. 

Beard, William M., et al., executors. (See Sayre, Wil- 
liam H.) 

Beardmore, Sir William. (See Chorlton, A. E. L., and 
Doig. assignors.) 

Beardslee Chandelier Manufacturing Company. (See Mett- 
ler, John C, assignor.) 

Beardsley, Calvin L., Rock Island, 111. Bottle-capping 
machine. 1,509,388 ; Sept. 23. 

Beardsley, Charles E., Waterbury, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to American Safety Razor Corpora- 
tion, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bos. 1,480,654; Jan. 15. 

Beardsley, Elmer O., and \\'. F. Piper, assignors to The 
Beardsley & Piper Company, Chicago, 111. Machine for 
making molds. 1,520.220 ; Dec. 23. 

Beardsley, Paul R. (See Rathbun, aiilo D., assignor.) 

Beardsley, Paul R., et al., trustees. (See Warren, John 
R., assignor.) 

Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Beardsley, E. 0.. 
and Piper, assignors.) 

Boare. R. L. (See Smith. William A., assignor.) 

Bearly, Fred D., Oklahoma City, Okla. Derrick. 1,49S,0GS ; 
June 17. 

Bearman. Bert E., Fort Soott, Kans. Automatic spark- 
retarding device. 1,517,527 ; Dec. 2. 

Bears, Daniel S., assignor to Reliance Manufacturing Co., 
Providence. R. I. Belt buckle. 1,513,364 ; Oct. 28. 

Beaslev, John W.. jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Garment sup- 
porter. 1.480,491 ; .Tan. S. 

Beaslpy, Starley F. (See Barnard, H.. and Beasley.) 

Beasley, Starlev F., Kansas City, Kans. Brake-levor 
bracket and guide. 1.520.797 ; Dec. 30. 

Beasley, Walter H. (See Perkins, W. G., and Beasley." 

Beasley, Walter H. (See Stenning, W. W., Williams, 
Beasley. and Middleton.) 

Beat. William N., Cicero, 111. Golf club. 1.502,328; 
July 22. 

Beatham, John. Rio Vista, Calif. Liquid-fuel burner. 
1,508.763 ; Sept. 16. 

Beaton & Cadwell Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Burns. Edward P.. assignor.) 

Beaton & Caldwell Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Burns, E. P., and Le Witt, assignors.) 

Beaton. George, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Blast- 
furnace tuyere. 1.517.1S5 : Nov. 25. 

Beaton. Hugh S., Olympia, Wash. Weed-cutting device. 
1,482,064 ; Jan. 29. 

Beaton. .Tohn J., Wareham, Mass. Shipping pack. 
1,509,921 ; Sept. 30. 



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Beaton, Robei't K., Greenock, Scotland. Varying the 
delivery of pumps. 1.519,478 ; Dec. 16. 

Beattey, Earle J. K., assignor to Universal Optical Corpo- 
ration, Providence, R. I. Ophthalmic mounting. Des. 
64,044 ; Feb. 26. 

Beattie, Arthur B., Manzanillo, Cuba. Lightning ar- 
rester. 1,494,334; May 20. 

Beattie, Walter L., Milwaukee, Wis. Comhlnation sprin- 
kler and hose carrier. 1,479,447 ; Jan. 1. 

Beatty, Edwarl, Brooklyn, N. Y. Helicopter. 1,513,529 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Beatty, Edward T. (See Adamson, R., and Beatty.) 

Beatty, I. C. (See McLaren, William W., assignor.) 

Beatty, William P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Water transport 
or ferry for automobiles and other self-propelled ve- 
hicles. 1.484,109 ; Feb. 19. 

Beatty, William E., Bayside, assignor to Western Elec 
trie Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Signal 
ing system. 1,507,905 ; Sept. 9. 

Beatty, William F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cabinet for brick 
or cake ice cream. 1,484,110 ; Feb. 19. 

Beattv, William G., Fergus, Ontario, Canada. Carrier. 
1,485,583; Mar. 4. 

Iteatty, William G., Fergus, Ontario, Canada. Wringer. 
1,504,315; Aug. 12. 

Beatty, William R., Hammond, Ind. Floor crane. 
1,485,011 : Feb. 26. 

Beatty, William T., Flossmoor, HI. Combination grader- 
maintainer blade for road machines. 1,5()1,262 ; 
July 15. 

Beatty, William T., Flossmoor, F. S. Davis, Homewood, 
aJid F. D. Wilson, Harvey ; said Davis and Wilson 
assignors to Austin Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
III. Road-roller maintainer. 1,497,630; June 10. 

Beatty, William T., Flossmoor, F. S. Davis, Homewood, 
and F. D. Wilson, Harvey ; said Davis and Wilson as- 
signors to Austin Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. 
Road maintainer. 1,501,261 ; July 15. 

Beatty, William T., Flossmoor, P. S. Davis, Homewood, 
and F. D. Wilson, Harvey ; said Davis and said Wil- 
son assignors to Austin Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 
111. Double control for road-roller scraper attach- 
ments. 1,502,086: July 22. 

Beatty, Raymond R., Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to 
Frederick F. Ingram Company, Detroit, Mich. Mag- 
nifying mirror. 1,513,734 ; Nov. 4. 

Beaty, Arthur, Alhambra, Calif. Windmill. 1,516,472 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Beaty, James T., assignor to Liddell Company, Charlotte, 
N. C. Press feeder. 1,506,150; Aug. 26. 

Beaty, James T., assignor to Liddell Company, Charlotte, 
N. C. Cotton tramper. 1,510,205 ; Sept. 30. 

Beauchamp, Clark W., Somers, Mont. Chain lock. 
1,501,302 ; July 15. 

Beauchamp, Hedley, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South 
Africa. Door latch. 1,.504,316 : Aug. 12. 

Beauchemin, Arthur, Burlington, Vt., assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Picker-stick check. 
1,518,117; Dec. 2. 

Beaucoudray, Alden C, New Orleans, La. Baby tender. 
1,516.322: Nov. 18. 

Beaudett, Alcide E., Albuquerque, N. Mex. Folding table. 
1.513.150 ; Oct. 28. 

Beaudin, Eli, Laona, Wis. Railway rail. 1,498,901 ; 
June 24. 

Beaudin, James W. (See Hartogh, Arthur A., assignor.) 

Beaudin, Louis E., assignor of one-half to H. E. Slay- 
ton, Manchester, N. H. Welt insole and making same. 
1,512,668 : Oct. 21. 

Beaulieu, Henry L., Fort Kent, Me. Mop wringer. 
1.489,972; Apr. 8. 

Beaumont Manufacturing Company. (See Ross, Charles 
W., assignor.) 

Beaumont, R. H., Company. (See Hale, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Beauregard, Victor. (See Nadell, A. M., and Beaure- 
gard.) 

Beautebox, Inc. (See Fritzsche, George H., assignor.) 

Beauty Products Company. (See Cameron, Robert T., 
assignor.) 

Beaven, William J., et al. (See Conaghan, Billy F., 
assignor.) 

Beaver, Charles J., Hale, assignor to W. T. Glover and 
Company Limited, Trafford Park, Manchester, England. 
Apparatus for applying helically-wound insulation to 
cables. 1,517,818; Dec. 2. 

Beaver, Clayton D., Wahoo, Nebr. Coin-controlled op- 
erating mechanism for vending machines. 1,515,088 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Beaver Products Company, The. (See Robinson, Charles 
G., assignor.) 

Beaver Products Company, The. (See Speer, Alexander 
S., assignor.) 

Beaver Products Company, The. (See Utzman, Clarence 
W., assignor.) 

Beaver Products Co., The. (See Williams, Clarence E., 
as.signor.) 

Beaver, Jlathew J., Loyal, Wis. Wa.shing machine. 

1,487,140; Mar. 18. 
Beavers, Dalridge B., Washington, D. C. Wire reel. 

1,483,765; Feb. 21. 
Beavers, Dalridge B. and P. D., Washington, D. C. Wire 

reel. 1,483,766; Feb. 12. 



Beavers, Patrick D. (See Beavers, Dalridge B. and P. D.) 
Beavers, Patrick D., Washington, D. C. Rope and wire 

reel apparatus. 1,504,417 ; Aug. 12. 
Beblolka, John. (See Seefluth, C. G., and Bebiolka.) 
Bebout, George W., Richmond, Va. Ventilator. 1,493,724 ; 

May 13. 
Bebout, George W., Richmond, Va. Ventilator. 

1,499,092 ; June 24. 
Bebry, Percival P., assignor to The Englander Spring 

Bed Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bedivan. 1,502,329 ; 

July 22. 
Bech, Charles O., Weehawken, N. J. Speed-control mech- 
anism. 1,479,023 ; Jan. 1. 
Becher, Hubert L., assignor to The Agasote Millboard 

Co., Trenton, N. J. Automobile roof. 1,512,012 ; 

Oct. 21. 
Bechman, Henry F., assignor to Duplex Printing Press 

Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Adjusting stereotype 

plates on plate cylinders. 1,511,716 ; Oct. 14. 
Bechtel, Alfred B., Philadelphia, Pa. Supplemental wind- 
shield. 1,496,766; June 10. 
Bechtel, John, sr., Earlham, Iowa. Fan. 1,482,504 ; 

Feb. 5. 
Bechtel, Theodore B., assignor to F. J. Ryan & Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Electric furnace. 1,517,938 ; Dec. 2. 
Bechtol, Archie H., Memphis, Tenn., and W. A. Tratsch, 

Chicago, 111. Target for amusement devices. 1,482,725 ; 

Feb. 5. 
Bechtold, Charles, Glendale, N. Y. Faced crown and 

making the same. 1.519,969 ; Dec. 16. 
Bechtold, William S., Newark, N. J. Barrette. 1,516,661 ; 

Nov. 25. 
Bechtold. William S., Newark, N. J. Jewelry cabinet. 

Des. 65,215 ; July 22. 
Beck, Adolph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dish drier. 1,499,903; 

July 1. 
Beck, Albert, Chicago, 111., assignor to McGill Metal Prod- 
ucts Company. Auxiliary coin support for coin tubes. 

1,480,983 ; Jan. 15. 
Beck, Albert, assignor to McGill Metal Products Company, 

Chicago, 111. Change maker. 1,502,709 ; July 29. 
Beck, Albert, Chicago, 111., assignor to McGill Metal 

Products Company. Change carrier. 1,502,710'; 

July 29. 

Beck, Arthur K. (See Brouillette, P. A., and Beck.) 

Beck, Carl H., Montclair, N. J., assignor to The West- 
Inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Safety 
car-control equipment. 1,486,856 ; Mar. 18. 

Beck, Charles W., Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 
1,481,530; Jan. 22. 

Beck, CJharles W., assignor to Beck-Frost Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 1,481,531 ; Jan. 22. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor to Beck-Frost Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 1,481,532 ; Jan. 22. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor to Beck-Frost Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 1,481,533 ; Jan. 22. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor to Beck-Frost Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 1,481,534 ; Jan. 22. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor to Beck-Frost Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 1,502,540 ; July 22. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor to The Beck-Frost Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Steering-wheel rim. 1,510,881 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Beck Duplicator Company, The. (See Danheiser, Theo- 
dore, assignor.) 

Beck Duplicator Company, The. (See Isaacs, A., and 
Baldauf, assignors.) 

Beck, Edward E., assignor to Crown Die & Tool Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Cut-back-die-thread machine. 

Beck, Erich A. (See Bornemann, Karl, assignor.) 
Rel5,953; Nov. 25. 

Beck, Ernest T., assignor to International Silver Company, 
Meriden, Conn. Spoon or similar article. Des. 64,045 ; 
Feb. 26. 

Beck, Ernest T., assignor to International Silver Com- 
pany, Meriden, Conn. Spoon or similar article. Des. 
64,046 ; Feb. 26. 

Beck, Prank J., Boston, Mass. Drapery-supporting ring. 

1,519,106; Dec. 10. 
Beck, Frederic, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Automatic 

chuck. 1,512,078; Oct. 21. 

Beck, Friedrich C, Winterthur, Switzerland. Syringe for 
hygienic purposes. 1,493,592 ; May 13. 

Beck, Friedrich C., Winterthur. Switzerland. Syringe 
for hygienic purposes. 1,494,985 ; May 20. 

Beck-Friis, Ebbe C. (See Thorssell, C. T., and Beck-Friis.) 

Beck-Frost Corporation. (See Beck, Charles W., as- 
signor.) 

Beck, John L., Springfield, Mass. Check valve for flush- 

ometers. 1,498,226 ; June 17. 
Beck, John P., Flint, Mich. Watch-crystal cabinet. 

1,520,525 ; Dec. 23. 

Beck, John T., Embry, Miss. Planter attachment for walk- 
ing cultivators. 1,483,271 ; Feb. 12. 

Beck, Michael, Minneapolis, Minn. Combined electric 
fan and heater. 1,479,494 ; Jan. 1. 

Beck, Milton, assignor to J. J. White, Chicago, III. Book- 
binding machine. 1,516,697 ; Nov. 25. 

Beck, Riley J. (See Brouillette, P. A., and 15ook, as- 
signors.) 



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INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Beck, Rufe, San Pedro, Calif. Fruit picker. 1,492,551 ; 
May 6. 

Beck, Samuel J., Kansas City, Mo. Automobile brake. 
1,497,8:^3; June 17. 

Beck, William M., Elwood, Inil. Governor mech.anism 
for autonratic train control. 1,510.044 ; Oct. 7. 

Becker, Alfonse N., et al., trustees. (See Becker, Alfonse 
N., assignor.) 

Becker, Alfonse N., Chicago, 111., assignor to A. N. 
Becker,. C. T. Jacobs, and E. V. Lundgren, trustees of 
Automatic Garage Systems, a Trust. Storage and 
handling of motor vehicles. 1,486,275 ; 3Iar. 11. 

Becker, August M., assignor of one-half to M. Steinthal, 
New York, N. Y. Machine for coating webs with ad- 
hesive. 1,403,001; May 6. 

Becker, B. V., et al., trustees. (See Stephenson, Leigh 
J., assignor.) 

Becker Bros. (See Becker, Oliver E., assignor.) 

Becker, Donald B., Watervliet, assignor to Geo. P. Ide 
& Company, Inc.. Troy, N. Y. Soft turndown collar. 
1.514,031 ; Nov. 4. 

Becker, Edmond H. (See Barry, W. M., and Becker.) 

Becker, Edmund H., Waterbury, and M. L. Martus, Wood- 
bury, Conn. Electrical peak-voltage-control system. 
l,4yu,442 ; June 3. 

Becker, Fred, Cleveland, Ohio. Macaroni and preparing 
the same. 1.484,863 ; Feb. 26. 

Becker, Fred, Buffalo, assignor to Underwood Typewriter 
Companv. New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
1.507,149 ; Sept. 2. 

Becker, Frederick \V. (See Amey, John, assignor.) 

Becker, Fritz, Long Island City, N. Y., assignor to Na- 
tional Labeling Machine Company. Labeling machine. 
1,504,855 ; Aug. 12. 

Becker, Fritz, Long Island City, N. Y., assignor to Na- 
tional Labeling ilachine Company. Labeling machine. 
1,504,856; Aug. 12. 

Becker, Gus, Fresno, Calif. Watch - chain holder. 
1.520.".n5 ; Dec. 23. 

Becker, Hans, Dusseldorf, Germany. Lathe. 1,499,633 ; 
July 1. 

Becker, Howard L, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. High-frequency receiving system. 
1,480,891 ; Jan. 15. 

Becker, John II. (See Hanney, T., and Becker.) 

Becker, John H., Hazleton, Pa., assignor to Anthracite 
Separator Company. Adjustable spiral separator. 
1,510,910 : Nov. 25. 

Becker, Julius, Syracuse, assignor to Semet-Solvay Com- 
pany, Solvay, N. Y. Heating system for retort coke 
ovens. 1,485,451; Mar. 4. 

Becker, Julius, Syracuse, assignor to Seraet-Solvay Com- 
pany, Solvav, N. Y. Apparatus for removing oven 
doors. 1,515.139 ; Nov. 11. 

Becker, Oliver E., assignor to Becker Bros., Chicago, 111. 
Method of and means for attaching conductors. 
1,400,306; Apr. 15. 

Becker, Oliver E., assignor to Becker Bros., Chicago, 111. 
Brush for electrical apparatus and making same. 
1,490.307 : Apr. 15. 

Becker, Oskar, Berlin-Trcptow, and G. Ollendorff, Berlin- 
Wilmersdorf, assignors to Actien Gesellschaft fiir Ani- 
liu Fabrikation, Berlin, Germany. Film case. 1,521,500 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Becker, L. M. (See Dzus, William, assignor.) 

Becker, Robert A., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Grounding clamp 
for electric wires. 1,486,560; Mar. 11. 

Becker, Rudolph, Roselle Park, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Ruffling 
niecbanism for sewing machines. 1.481,340 ; Jan. 22. 

Becker, Rudolph, North Plainfield, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Companv, Elizabeth, N. J. Machine for 
making hat linings. 1,511,587 ; Oct. 14. 

Becker, Wilhelm, Bremen, Germany. Anchor. 1,513,025; 
Oct. 28. 

Becker, William L., and O. H. Eliel. La Salle, 111. Pho- 
nograph-record racK'. 1.495.152; Jlay 27. 

Beckert, Albert R., Lynn, Mass.. assignor to General 
Electric C^ompany. Indicating instrument. 1,501,698 ; 
July 15. 

Beckert, Frederick W.. New Haven, Conn. Memorandum 

. case. 1.487.4.13: Mar. 18. 

Beckert, Wallace G.. Coraopolis, Pa. Hot-water regu- 
lator. 1.520.S4S; Dec. 30. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Union 
Carbide &. Carbon Research Laboratories, Inc. He- 
covering values from metal-bearing solutions. 1.492,283 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Becket. Frederick M.. assignor to Electro Metallurgical 
Company, New York, N. Y. Zirconium steel and mak- 
ing same. 1,507.452: Sept. 2. 

Becket. Frederick M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Elec- 
tro Metallurgical Company. Making rustless iron and 
similar allo.vs. 1..508.211 ; Sept. 9. 

Becket, Frederick M.. assignor to Electro Metallurgical 
('omiiany. New York, N. Y. Wear-resisting chrome- 
iron meml>er. 1.517.392 : Dec. 2. 

Becket, Frederick M., and A. L. Feild, New York, N. Y.. 
assignors to Union Carbide & Carbon Research Labora- 
tories, Inc. Recovering values from metal-bcarlng so- 
lutions. 1,492.282 : Apr. 29. 

r.eclcett, .\rtlinr J.. OUlalinma Citv, OI;la. Floor Pcraper 
1,495,393; -Mav 27. 



Telephone directory or 
(See Bockius, Walter 



Beckett, Ivan, New York, N. Y. 
the like. 1,496,515 ; June 3. 

Beckley-Ralston (Company, The. 
A., assignor.) 

Beckley-Ralston Co., The. (See Lawrence, Stanley O., 
assignor.) 

Beckley-Ralston Company, The. (See Rector, Harlan S., 
assignor.) 

Becklin Mfg. Co. (See Becklin, Oscar, assignor.) 

Becklin, Oscar, assignor to Becklin Mfg. Co., Seattle, 
Wash. Game. 1,511,936 ; Oct. 14. 

Beckman, Clarence A., and R. J. Davis, Portland, Oreg. 
Gear-shift lever. 1,499,048; June 24. 

Beckman, Herman C, Berwyn, 111., assignor to The De 
Laval Separator Company, New York, N. Y. Gasoline- 
cleaning tank. 1,491,254 ; Apr. 22. 

Beckman, Oswald E., Mediapolis, Iowa. Combination 
lock for sedans and counts. 1,499,963 ; July 1. 

Beckmann, Carl. (See Anderson, E. D., and Beekmann.) 

Beckmann, Carl, assignor to E. D. Anderson, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Packaging machine. 1,515,589 ; Nov. IS. 

Beckner, Frank O., South Bend, Ind. Diesinking ma- 
chine. 1,486,121 ; Mar. 11. 

Beektel, Oliver H., and W. E. O'Brien, Chicago, 111. Fur- 
niture. 1,483,767 ; Feb. 12. 

Beckwith, Babette and R., San Francisco, Calif. Ciga- 
rette holder. Des. 65,767 ; Oct. 14. 

Beckwith, Charles J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Johns- 
Manville, Incorporated. Fastening device for corru- 
gated roofing and the like. 1,489,474 ; Apr. 8. 

Beckwith Company, The. (See Howes, George W., as- 
signor.) 

Beckwith, Harry E., Norwich, Conn. Fishing tilt. 
1,520,556 ; Dec. 23. 

Beckwith, Louis I., Boston, Mass. Luggage carrier. 
1,480,340; Jan. 8. 

Beckwith, Louis I., Boston, Mass. Luggage carrier. 
1,496,804 ; June 10. 

Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Clapp, Albert 
L.. assignor.) 

Beckwith, Norman G., Hampton, assignor of one-third to 
W. Pelmore, Haslemere, Surrey County, England, and 
one-third to W. M. Nones, Long Island City, N. Y. Ro- 
tary pump. 1,496,291 ; June 3. 

Beckwith, Raymond A., assignor to National Brake & 
Electric Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Transmission. 
1,499.634: July 1. 

Beckwith, Reuben. (See Beckwith, Babette and R.) 

Becton, Ida M., East Rutherford, N. J. Aproia. 1,482,777; 
Feb. 5. 

Becton, William L., Halls, Tenn. Backhand buckle. 
1,499,333 ; July 1. 

Bedaux, Charles E., Cleveland, Ohio. Game apparatus. 
1,520,743 ; Dec. 30. 

Beddingfield. Allen W., et al. (See Westbrook, Pleasant 
M., assignor.) 

Bedell, Carl E., Wheeling, W. Va., assignor to Taylor- 
Wilson Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Fur- 
nace-charging apparatus. Rel5,858 : June 10. 

Bedell, Charles, Glidden, Iowa. Animal crate and holder. 
1,505,186 ; Aug. 19. 

Bedell, Charles H., New London, Conn., assignor to 
Electric Boat Company. Compass system. 1,520,002 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Bedford, Clayton W., assi.gnor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Accelerator for the 
vulcanization of caoutchouc. 1,510,074 ; Sept. 30. 

Bedford, Ebenczer, assignor to The Lake Simcoe Ice Com- 
pany, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ice-scoring machine. 
1,490,308; Apr. 15. 

Bedford, Frederick, nssignor to Bedford Headlight Com- 
panv, Stratton, Nebr. Headlight. 1.517,.393 ; Dec. 2. 

Bedford Headlight Company. (See Bedford, Frederick, 
assignor.) 

Bednarek, Peter C, Chicago, 111. Mattress. 1,491,453; 
Apr. 22. ^ „ 

Bedwell, George, and P. Webb. Sacramento, Calif. Re- 
volving scoop or ditch cleaner. 1.506.555 : Aug. 26. 

Bedwells, The. (See Olson, Herbert O-, assignor.) 

Bee, Francis X., Philadelphia. Pa. Coin detector for 
vending machines. 1.503,223 : July 29. 

Bee, William E., assignor to Palmer-Bee Company, De- 
troit. Mich. Reduction gearing. 1.496.867; June 10. 

Bee, William E.. assignor to P.ilmer-Bee Company, De- 
troit. Mich. Reduction gearing. 1.502 456; July 22. 

Bee. William E.. and W. E. Sinipson, assignors to Palm- 
er-Bee Companv, Detroit. Mich. Reduction gearing. 
1.496.860; June 10. 

Beean, Frank L.. assignor to E. IT. Koberger, Chicago, 
111. Slug-vending machine. 1.514,598; Nov. 11. 

Beebe, Gaylord W., Albany, Ga. Check protector. 
1,488,731 : Apr. 1. 

Beebe, Lucian H., New London, Conn. Variable-speed 
transmission. 1.504,857 : Aug. 12. 

Beebe, (Mrs.) M. J. (See Adams. Robert L., a.<:signor.) 

Beebe, Paul, assignor to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com- 
pany. Akron, Ohio. Alanufacturing rubberized fiber 
composition. 1.483.R56: Feb. 12. 

r.eohe. Thompson G.. Harbor Springs, Mich. Doll house. 
1.521.420; Dec. 30. _ ^ 

Reebee. George B., Brooklyn. N. Y.. assignor to K. L. 
Fondoville. East Orange, N. J. Plate or similar ar- 
ticle. Des. 65.462: -Vug. 26. 



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Beeby, Frank P., assignor to Cement Gun Construction 
Company, Chicago, III. CMmney. 1,484,862; Feb. 26. 

Beecher Milton F. (See Beth, H. W. H., and Beecher.) 

Beechler, Arthur J., and G. L. McKay, Detroit, Mich. 
Screen and storm window. 1,503,018; July 29. 

Beechlyn, John T., Lynn, Mass. Cheese knife and the 
like. 1,489,419 ; Aor. 8. 

Beech-Nut Packing Company. (See Malchle, William H., 
assignor.) 

Beecroft, Edgar C., Pelham Manor, N. Y. Crutch or 
like article. 1,518,38.'2 ; Dec. 9. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Tension pulley. 
1,488,902 ; Apr. 1. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Mount for spindles 
of spinning or twisting machines. 1,511,257 ; Oct. 14. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Spinning or twist- 
ing frame. 1,515,651 ; Nov. 18. 

Beede, Herman E., Arlington, Mass. Air preheater. 
1,484,463 ; Feb. 19. 

Beegle, Raymond B., East St. Louis, 111. Tire. Des. 
65,946; Nov. 11. 

Beehler, Orrin W., Thompsonville, Conn., and L. B. Cogs- 
well, Springfield, Mass. ; said Cogswell assignor to said 
Beehler. Traffic signal. 1,507,041 ; Sept. 2. 

Beehler Steel Products Company. (See Simon, Maurice, 
assignor.) 

Beehler Steel Products Company. (See Steinbreder, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 

Becmauj Lyle, Milwaukee, Wis. Pressed metal wheel. 
1,492,416; Apr. 29. 

Beer, Hans, Ratibor. Upper Silesia, assignor to Rutgers- 
werke Aktiengesellschaft, Abteiluiig-Planiawerke, Ber- 
lin, Germany. Producing carbon electrodes and the 
product thereof. 1,517,819; Dec. 2. 

Beers, Burton B. (See Labadie, H. H., Beers, and 
Brand. J 

Beers, Burton B. (See Labadie, H. H., Beers, and 
Krueger.) 

Beers, Edwin L., Broadalbin, N. Y. Liquid-fuel-delivery- 
tank vehicle. 1,516,S.j9 ; Nov. 25. 

Beers, Edwin L., Broadalbin, N. Y. Motor-vehicle fuel- 
intnke valve. 1,520.103; Dec. 23. 

Beers, George S., assignor to American Optical Company, 
Southbridge, Mass. Case. 1,487,006; Mar. 18. 

Beerworth, George N., Springdale, Pa. Valve-operating 
means. 1,491,077; Apr. 22. 

Bees, William H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Atlas Cop- 
per & Brass Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Lock valve. 
1,495,630; May 27. 

Beeselman, John P., assignor of one-half to E. G. Rash- 
eta, East Chicago, Ind. Automatic train-stopping de- 
vice. 1,520,798 ; Dec. 30. 

Beeson, Arthur, Adelaide. South Australia, Australia. 
Means for fastening heels. 1,488,467 ; Apr. 1. 

Beeson, Marvin L., San Diego, Calif. Roofing machine 
1,507,764; Sept. 9. 

Beeson, Marvin L., Los Angeles, Calif. Electrically 
heated trowel. 1,507,807; Sept. 9. 

Beetz, Hans B., San I'^rancisco, Calif. Fur-pelt stretcher. 
1,489,654 ; Apr. 8. 

Beetz, Hans B., San Francisco, Calif. Tack puller. 
1,502,229 ; July 22. 

Begas, Gottfried, Berlin, Germany. Reefing device. 
1,492,827; May 6. 

Begehr, George H., Chicago, 111. Fuse plug. 1,496,405 ; 
June 3. 

Begeman, Clara E., Milledgeville, 111. Means for attach- 
ing the members of separable fasteners to garments. 
1,481,953 ; Jan. 29. 

Beggs Engineering Company, Incorporated, The. (See 
Beggs, Thomas R., assignor.) 

Beggs, Thomas R., Hartford, Conn. Flushometer. 
1.502,541 ; July 22. 

Beggs, Thomas R., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of one-half to B. J. Smith, Hartford, 
Conn. Pressure-reducing valve. 1,489,811 ; Apr. 8. 

Beggs, Thomas R., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Beggs Engineering Company, Incorporated, Hartford. 
Conn. Flushinc device. 1,500,664 ; July 8. 

Beghetti, Peter, San Francisco, Calif. Stencil. 1,509,223 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Behan, Thomas, .lliquippa. Pa. Urine conductor. 
1,510,973 ; Oct. ,7. 

Behee, Frank B., Leavenworth, Kans. Gas-mixing device 
for internal-combustion engines. 1,439,055 ; Apr. 1. 

Behl, Thomas F., Allentown, Pa. Peeling devlce. 
1,509,700; Sept. 23. 

Behm, Alexander, Kiel, Germany. Device for measuring 
very short time Intervals. 1,494,986: May 20. 

Behm, Jack. (See Nathanson, W., and Behm.) 

Behm, Jack, et al. (See Nathanson, W., and Behm, as- 
signors.) 

Behm, John J., Grand Haven, Mich. Shaper guide. 

1,487,912; Mar. 25. 
Behn, Guido G., assignor to Essex Motors, Detroit, Mich. 

Speedometer drive. ], 502.841; .July 29. 
Behn, Walter J., Detroit, Mich. Doorcheck. 1,485,477 ; 

Mar. 4. 
Behnke, Arthur, and J. C. Jenson, Royaltoii, Wis. Pul- 

sator for milidng machines. 1,480",492 : Jan. 8. 
Behnke. Leo R., Duluth, Minn. Piston ring. 1,512,393 ; 

Oct. 21. 

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Behr, Edgar G., Detroit, Mich. Drawing compound. 

1,491,127; Apr. 22. 
Behr, Henriette, Philadelphia, Pa. Slicing and peeling 

gauge for knives. 1,493,185 ; May 6. 
Behr, Leo, assignor to Leeds & Northrup Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Control method and apparatus. 1,497,164 ; 

June 10. 
Behrend & Rothschild. (See Lee, John J., assignor.) 
Behrens, Helene, Ilerington, Kans. Expansible brush. 

1,507,150; Sept. 2. 
Behringer, Grover F., assignor to The American Steel 

Package Company, Defiance, Ohio. Metallic receptacle. 

1,479,358 ; Jan. 1. 
Belirman, Abraham S., assignor to International Filter 

Company, Chicago, 111. Base-exchange material and 

making same. 1,515,007 ; Nov. 11. 
Behrman, Alfred H. (See Phoenix, F. I., and Behrman.) 
Behrman, Marcus B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cutting tool. 

1,492,553; May 6. 
Behrman, Marcus B., New York, N. Y. Pile wire for 

looms. 1,494,408 ; May 20. 
Behrman, Marcus B., New York, N. Y. Check protector. 

1.496.971 ; June 10. 

Behrman, Marcus B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Check protector. 

1.496.972 : June 10. 

Behrman, Marcus B., New York, assignor to The Loi 
Seal Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lather brush. 
1,492,346; Apr. 29. 

Behrman, Marcus B., New York, assignor to The Lox Seal 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lock tag. 1,492,552 ; 
May 6. 

Behse, Oswald C, Houston, Tex. Manufacturing arsenic 
acid. 1,493,798; May 13. 

Beier, Paul, Karlsruhe, Germany, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Upper- 
forming machine. 1.514,756 ; Nov. 11. 

Beiersdorf, P., & Co. (See Miiller, Ernst F., assignor.) 

Beiger, John W., Mishawaka, Ind., assignor to Beigei 
Veneer Company, Kelso, Wash. Machine for cutting 
veneer. 1,501,551 ; July 15. 

Beiger Veneer Company. (See Beiger, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Beil, Henry W., San Francisco, Calif. Toothbrush. 
1,479,275 ; Jan. 1. 

Beilock, Max, New York, N. Y. Mastoid bandage. 
1,512,899 : Oct. 28. 

Beindl, Carl, Prankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Produc- 
ing hydrocyanic acid. 1,492,193 ; Apr. 29. 

Beindl, Carl, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Produc- 
ing hydrocyanic acid. 1,492,194 ; Apr. 29. 

Beindorf, Lucien J., Chicago, 111. Tuning device. 
1,516,947 ; Nov. 25. 

Beinecke, Edwin J., New York, N. Y. Hollow building 
tile. 1,481,249 ; Jan. 22. 

Beirsdorf, P., & Co. (See Miiller, Georg, assignor.) 

Beisel Spring Wheel Corporation. (See Beisel, William 
J., assignor.4 

Beisel, William J., Port Richmond, assignor to Beisel 
Spring Wheel Corporation, New York, N. Y. Spring 
■wheel. 1.489,231 ; Apr. 8. 

Beisel, William J., Port Richmond, assignor to Beisel 
Spring Wheel Corporation, New York, N. Y. Spring 
wheel for railway vehicles. 1,489,232 ; Apr. 8. 

Beisel, William J., Port Richmond, assignor to Beisel 
Spring Wheel Corporation, New York, N. Y. Spring 
wheel. 1,519,898: Dec. 16. 

Beisser, Harry, Detroit, Mich. Rotary cutting tool. 
1,492.347; Apr. 29. 

Beiswenger, Jacob C, Jackson, Mich. Cutout for ex- 
haust pipes. 1.502,842 ; July 29. 

Beitman, Albert B., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Spring- 
shackle lubricator and cover. 1,509,466 ; Sept. 23. 

Beitman, Albert B., Cleveland, Ohio. Combined rear- 
view mirror and glare screen. 1,518.956 ; Dec. 9. 

Beitz, William H., Lomira, Wis. Valve facer. 1,501,836 ; 
.July 15. 

Bejach, L. D., et al. (See Inge, Arthur M., assignor.) 

Bekken, Ole T., Bristol, S. Dak. Tool kit. 1,484,547; 
Feb. 19. 

Belair, Joseph A., and R. M. Scott ; said Scott assignor 
to J. Darcy, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Oil burner. 
1,499,848; July 1. 

Belais, David, New York, N. Y. Finger ring. Des. 
65,216; July 22. 

Belais, David, New York, N. Y. Finger ring. Des. 
65,217 : .July 22. 

Belais. David, assignor to David Belais, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Finger ring. Des. 63,927 ; Feb. 12. 

Belais, David, New York, N. Y. Making finger rings. 
1,513,213; Oct. 28. 

Belais, David, Inc. (See Belais, David, assignor.) 

Belanger, George L., Chicago, 111. Combination lock. 
1,520,385 ; Dec. 23. 

Belanger, Orel, I><'rry, N. H. Grateless hot-air heater. 
1.489.973; Apr. 8. 

Belber Trunk & Bag Company. (See La Pish, Benjamin, 
assignor.) 

Belclier, (Jeorge R., Orleans, Mass. Divided last. 
1.486,511 : Mar. 11. 

Belcher, Jerrold G., Columbus, Oliio. Amulet or similar 
article. Des. 65,629 : Sept. 23. 

Belcher, Jerrold G., Athens, Ohio. Rook end or similar 
article. Des. 66,107 ; Dec. 2. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Belcher, Warren J., assignor to The Whitney Mfg. Co., 
Hartford, Conn. Drive chain and making the same. 
1,511,822; Oct. 14. 
Belches, Peter B., St. Louis, Mo. Clutch-pedal-locking 

device. 1,486,218; Mar. 11. 
Belden, Arthur, Harvard, Nebr. Nonfreezing watering 

trough. 1,497,202 ; June 10. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Steering 
mechanism. 1,484,319: Feb. 19. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Valve- 
operating mechanism for engines. 1,484,320 ; Feb. 19. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Valve- 
operating mechanism. 1,491,023 ; Apr. 22. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Cowl ven- 
tilator for motor vehicles. 1,505,528 ; Aug. 19. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor to The Willys-Overland Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Windshield and top support. 
1,505,529; Aug. 19. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Lubricat- 
ing system for engines. 1,508,914 ; Sept. IG. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, hy mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Control 
mechanism. 1,511,495 ; Oct. 14. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Change- 
speed gear mechanism. 1,516,698 ; Nov. 25. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Clutch. 
1,516,699; Nov. 25. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor to The Willys-Overland 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Spring construction. 1,516,700 ; 
Nov. 25. 
Belden, Edward H., and H. E. Rhoads, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, 
Ohio. Carrier for spare rims and wheels. 1,505,526 ; 
Aug. 19. 
Belden, Edward H., and H. E. Rhoads, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, 
Ohio. Carrier for spare wheels. 1,505,527 ; Aug. 19. 
Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Parsons, Newell 

B., assignor.) 
Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Wermine, Hugo 

H., assignor. ) 
Belden, Russell D., assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber 
Corporation of America, Buffalo, N. Y. Tire tread. 
Des. 64,710 ; May 27. 
Belden, Russell D., assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber 
Corporation of America, Buffalo, N. Y. Tire tread. 
Des. 64,711 ; May 27. 
Belden, Russell D., assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber 
Corporation of America, Buffalo, N. Y. Tire tread. 
Des. 64.833 ; June 10. 
Belden, Russell D., assignor to Madison Tire & Rubber 
Company, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Tire casing. Des. 
65,894; 'Nov. 4. 
Belden, Russell D., assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber 
Corporation of America, Buffalo, N. Y. Tire tread. 
Des. 66.108 ; Dec. 2. 
Belding, George A., Billings, Mont. Metal shingle. 

1.519.350; Dee. 16. 
Belfit Brassiere Company, The. (See Slikerman, Harry, 

assignor.) 
Belgard, Austin B., Chicago, 111., and 3. W. Welsh, Provi- 
dence, R. I., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Bausch 
and Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Spectacle 
temple and making the same. 1,498,227 ; June 17. 
Belger, Otto A., Newtonville, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Whitin Machine Works, Whitinsville, Mass. 
Combing machine. 1,492,118; Apr. 29. 
Belin, Edouard, Paris, France. Method of and appara- 
tus for cinematography. 1,492,503 ; Apr. 29. 
B61isle, Fernand, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Self-feeding 

gang-punching machine. 1,486,561 ; Mar. 11. 
Belknap, Charles B., Highland Park, Mich. Hydrocarbon 

fuel and making the same. 1,498,340 ; June 17. 
Belknap, Frank L. (See Howard. William R., assignor.) 
Belknap, Reginald R., U. S. Navy. Net. 1,483,542; 

Feb. 12. 
Belknap, William H., New York, N. Y. Steam-turbine 

engine. 1,505,187 ; Aug. 19. 
Bell, Alia C, (Jrafton, W. Va. Demountable-rim tool. 

1.490.954 ; Apr. 22. 
Bell, Alonzo E., Spokane, Wash. Course indicator. 

1,513.026; Oct. 28. 
Bell, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Protecting device. 

1.493.424 ; May 6. 
Bell, Charles 61., Schenectady, N. Y. Locomotive-boiler- 
accessories support. 1,485,948; Mar. 4. 
Bell. Charles R.. Los Angeles, Calif. Tire rim. 

1,499,049; June 24. 
Bell, Chriss A., administrator. (See La Moree. James H.) 
Bell, Clinton L., Decatur, 111. Hasp lock. Rel5,816 ; 

Apr. 15. 
Bell Clip Manufacturing Company. (See AverlU, William 

H., assignor.) 
Bell, Edrar W.. Wilson, Okla. Lug holder. 1,493,725 : 
May 13. , vst '■ 



Bell, Edward M.. Mill Spring, N. C. Differential mecha- 
nism. 1,520 320 ; Dec. 23. 
Bell, Elmer, assignor to Bryce Brothers Company, Mount 
Pleasant, Pa. Beverage mixer or similar article. Des. 
64,436 ; Apr. 15. 
Bell, Elmer, assignor to Bryce Brothers Company, Mount 

Pleasant, Pa. Pitcher. Des. 65,843 ; Oct. 28. 
Bell. Elmer, assignor to Bryce Brothers Company, Mount 

Pleasant. Pa. Pitcher. Des. 65.895 : Nov. 4. 
Bell, Ernest E., assignor to The Hydraulic Pressed Steel 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Sheet-metal barrel. 
1.492,415; Anr. 29. 
Bell, Francis W., Evanston, 111. Auxiliary fuel device for 

internal-combustion engines. 1,490,581 ; Apr. 15. 
Bell. Frank B.. Pittsburgh. Pa. Furnace. 1,519.970; 

Dec. 16. 
Bell. Frank B.. assignor to Edgewater Steel Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for removing articles from 
forging dies or the like. 1,480,142; Jan. 8. 
Bell, Fred C, Alameda, Calif. Hose reel. 1,509,993 ; 

Sept. 30. 
Bell. George, assignor to Bell's (Glasgow) Limited, Glas- 
gow, Scotland. Socket plate for shoes. 1,515,330 ; 
Nov. 11. 
Bell, George A., Belmont, N. H. Timepiece holder for 

steering wheels. 1,501,474 ; July 15. 
Bell, (ieorge B., jr. (See Barks, F. R., and Bell.) 
Bell, George F., Tulsa, Okla. Flange for bull-wheel shafts. 

1,498,228 ; June 17. 
Bell. George F., Tulsa, Okla. Traction-increasing device. 

1,517,939 ; Dec. 2. 
Bell, H. G. (See Kennedy, James B., assignor.) 
Bell, Harold L., et al. (See Clark, Leslie H.. assignor.) 
Bell, Harry S., Spartanburg, S. C. Airship. 1,498,902; 

June 24. 
Bell, Hermann F., and J. Schnyder, assignors to Aktien- 
gesellschaft der Maschinenfabrik von Theodor Bell & 
Cie., Kriens, near Lucerne, Switzerland. High specific 
speed water turbine. 1,490.955 : Apr. 22. 
Bell & Howell Company. (See Howell, Albert S., as- 
signor.) 
Bell & Howell Company. (See McNabb, Joseph H., as- 
signor. ) 
Bell. John C. London, England. Massage appliance. 

1,513.475: Oct. 28. 
Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, Chicago, 111. Fractionating tower for 
pressure stills and the like. 1,489,420 ; Apr. 8. 
Bell, John E.. Brooklyn, assignor to Power Specialty 
Company, New York, N. Y. Economizer. 1,495.065 ; 
May 20. 
Bell, John H., South Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telegraph system. 1,497.287 : June 10. 
Bell, Joseph B. (See McCoy, Robert H., assignor.) 
Bell, Joseph D., San Francisco, Calif. Sofa bedstead. 

1,488.144: Mar. 25. 
Bell, Marcus D., West Tulsa, Okla. Piston ring. 

1,504. 41.9 ; .\u!r. 12. 
Bell, Mary, Fort Smith, Ark. Protector. 1,488,970; 

Apr. 1. 
Bell, Raymond T., Chicago, 111. Pencil. 1,499,440 ; 

July 1. 
Dell, Raymond T., Chicago. 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments. to The Wahl Company. Pencil. 
1.510,618 : Oct. 7. 
Bell Register Corporation. (See Bell, Samuel J., as- 
signor.) 
Bell Register Corporation. (See Bell, S. J., Bullard, and 

Cosgrove, assignors.) 
Bell, Robert, Chicago, III. Apparatus for and method of 
reducing boiled vegetables to mashed form. 1,480,984 ; 
Jan. 15. 
Bell, Robert J., Richmond, Va. Collapsible container. 

1,497,535 ; June 10. 
Bell, Robert J., assignor to Virginia-Carolina Rubber 
Company, Richmond, Va. Repair patch for pneumatic 
tires. 1,497,130: June 10. 
Bell, Robert J., assignor to Economy Barrel Corporation, 

Richmond, Va. Barrel. 1.497,834 ; June 17. 
Bell, Robert J., Richmond, Va., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Now York Manufacturing Corporation. 
Cabinet. 1,497,835; June 17. 
Bell, Robert J., assignor to Economy Barrel Corporation, 
Richmond, Va. Barrel construction. 1,500,917 ; 
July 8. 
Bell, Rollo R., Hollywood, Calif. Self-adjusting bearing. 

1.512.328: Oct. 21. 
Bell. Samuel J., assignor to Bell Register Corporation, 

Springfield. Mass. Telltale. 1,483,708: Feb. 12. 
Bell, Samuel J., P. H. Bullard, Springfield, and R. E. 
Cosgrove, Longraeadnw, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Bell Register Corporation, Springfield, Mass. 
Fare box. 1,499.904 ; July 1. 
Bell Schoonlober Manufacturing Company. (See Bell, 

T. H.. and Schoenleber. assignors.) 
Bell, Thomas A., ParkviUe, near Melbourne, Australia. 
Starting of high-compression oil engines. 1,499.145; 
June 24. 
Bell, Thomas IT., and J. G. Schoenleber, New York. N. Y., 
assignors to Boll Schoenleber Manufacturing Co. Inc. 
Sweeper. 1.514.949 ; Nov. 11. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bell, Thomas H., J. J. Heslin, and T. F. Delaney, as- 
signors to The De Laney Heslin Products Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Torch. 1,515,991 ; Nov. 18. 

Bell, Thomas T., Pasadena, Calif. Air-supply device for 
carburetors. 1,497,768 ; June 17. 

Bell, Walter, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Material holder 
and carrier for dyeing yarn on cheeses. 1,500,046; 
July 1. 

Bell, Willard J., Newaygo, Mich. Apparatus for pul- 
verizing and separating granular materials. 1,491,841; 
Apr. 29. 

Bell, William A., as?ignor to C. M. Hall Lamp Com- 
pany, Kenosha, Wis. Vehicle signal lamp. Des. 
65,682 ; Sept. 30. 

Bell, William A. J. (See Thews, Karl B., assignor.) 

Bell, William C, Baltimore, Md. Piston unit. 1,499,964 ; 
July 1. 

Bell, William I. (See Brueggeman, Frank, assignor.) 

Bellairs, John W., Mishawaka, Ind. Fabric-roll-end pro- 
tector. 1,517,940 ; Dec. 2. 

Bellalbero, Mario, New York, N. Y. Brick scraper. 
1,501,195; July 15. 

BeUamore, David H. (See Bartels, C, and Bellamore.) 

Bellamore, David H., New York, N. Y. Disk wheel and 
making the same. 1,520,104 ; Dee. 23. . 

Bellamore, David H., New York, N. Y., and C. Bartels, 
assignors to The Mosler Safe Company, Hamilton, Ohio. 
Safe construction. 1,485,363 ; Mar. 4. 

Bellamy, Charles F. A., Oakland, Calif. Garden tool. 
1,490,582; Apr. 15. 

Bellamy, William W., Oakland, Calif. Vehicle jack 
1,508,154; Sept. 9. 

Bellas, Elias. (See Kaletsari, D., Bellas, and Bronsteln.) 

Bellhouse, Charles, Vancouver, British Columbia, Can- 
ada. Set-up for knitting machines. 1,491,895 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Bellhouse, Robert L., assignor to The Fine Cotton Spin- 
ners and Doublers Association Limited, Manchester, 
England. Combing machine. 1,488,374 ; Mar. 25. 

Belli, John V., Clifton, N. J. Card holder. 1,513,027; 
Oct. 28. 

Belling, Charles R. (See Arnold, C. L., and Belling.) 

Belling, Rudolf, Berlin, Germany. Lay figure for display- 
ing garments. 1,513,884 ; Nov. 4. 

Bellingall, R. R., et al. (See Hiller, Stanley, assignor.) 

Bellinger, Earl J. (See Kirkby, Jacques J., assignor.) 

Bellis, Arthur E. (See Roessel, L., Bellis, and Collins.) 

Bellis, Arthur E., Springfield, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Bellis Heat Treating Company, 
New Haven, Conn. Fused eutectic salt bath. 1,491,510; 
Apr. 22. 

Bellis, Arthur E., New Haven, Conn., assignor to The 
Bellis Heat Treating Company, New York, N. Y. Bath 
for heat-treating metals. 1,520.744 ; Dec. 30. 

Bellis, Arthur E., Springfield, Mass., and C. S. Collins, 
New York, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
The Bellis Heat Treating Company, New Haven, Conn. 
Pot or crucible. 1,489,023 ; Apr. 1. 

Bellis Heat Treating Company, The. (See Bellis, Arthur 
E., assignor.) 

Bellis Heat Treating Company, The. (See Bellis, A. E., 
and Collins, assignors.) 

Bellis Heat Treating Company, The. (See Collins, Charles 
S., assignor.) 

Bellis Heat Treating Company. (See Roessel, L., 
Bellis, and Collins, assignors.) 

Bellitz, Samuel, Camden, N. J. Skullcap. 1,519,016 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Bellman, John A., Henryetta, Okla. Working barrel. 
1,498,010; June 17. 

Bello, Marino, Highland Park, and J. J. Bretson, as- 
signors to Ahlbell Battery Container Corporation, 
Waukegan, 111. Manufacturing containers. 1,506,214 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Bellocchio, John, New York, N. Y. Toy gun. 1,486,625 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Bellocchio, John, New York, N. Y. Window ventilator. 
1,503,109; July 29. 

Bellows, Maud, Spirit Lake, Iowa. Insect-exterminating 
device. 1,488,145 ; Mar. 25. 

Bellringer, Sidney M., assignor to Wayne Tool Manu- 
facturing Company, Waynesboro, Pa. Reaming tool. 
1.485,904; Mar. 4. 

Bell's (Glasgow) Limited. (See Bell, George, assignor.) 

Bellus, Martin L., Chicago, 111. Audiphone. 1,496,919; 
June 10. 

Belluzzo, Giuseppe, Milan, Italy. Cooling plant. 

1.495,063 ; May 27. 
Bellwood, Andrew M., assignor to The Wuskanut Mills In- 
corporated, Farnumsville, Mass. Slug catcher. 

1,498,503; June 17. 
Belnap, Lewie L., Oakland, Calif. Motor-cycle bed. 

1,490.583; Apr. 15. 
Belove Watch Case Co. (See Kalweit, Edward, assignor.) 
Belsky, William, assignor to Paragon Button Corijora- 

tion, Now York, N. Y. Button. 1,511,101 ; Oct. 7. 
Belsley, Moses, San Dimas, Calif. Tractor attachment 

for furrowing. 1,503,626 ; Aug. 5. 
Belt, Fred R., assignor to Fred R. Belt Company, Chicago, 

111. Miner's lamp. Des. 63,868 ; Feb. 5. 
Belt, Fred R.. Company. (See Belt, Fred R., assignor.) 



Phonograph motor. 
Winding ma- 



Belt, Perley P., Fredonia, Kans. 

1,487,913; Mar. 25. 
Belz, Albert, Unter-Goldach, Switzerland. 

chine. 1,498,011 ; June 17. 
Belz, Hugo, New York, N. Y. Vest or coat for carrying 

securities. 1,505,530 ; Aug. 19. 
Belz, Hugo, New York, N. Y. Safety mail hag. 

1,509,922 ; Sept. 30. 
Bern, Joseph P., Fresno, and J. K. Tuttle, Oakland, as- 
signors to Pacific Pitting Machine Company, Inc., 

Fresno, Calif. Peach pitter. 1,480,802 ; Jan. 15. 
Beman, Lynn W., Chicago, 111. Bathing cap. 1,520,049 ; 

Dec. 23. 
Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Batcheller, Birney C, as- 
, signor.) 
Bemis, Charles B., Athol, Mass. Dispensing apparattis 

for confections. 1,486,562; Mar. 11. 
Bemis, John R., Springfield, Mass. Traveling case. 

1,486,857 ; Mar. 18. 
Bemis, Kenneth E., and R. E. Christopherson, Minneap- 
olis, Minn. Child's vehicle. 1,498,677 ; June 24. 
Ben & Sally. (See Goldstein, B., and Mastrarrigo.) 
Benbow, James D., assignor to Western Wheeled Scraper 

Company, Aurora, 111. Operating mechanism for dump 

cars. 1,481,787 ; Jan. 29. 
Benbow, James D., assignor to Western Wheeled Scraper 

Company, Aurora, 111. Dump car. 1,481,788 ; Jan. 29. 
Benbow, James D., Aurora, 111., assignor to Western 

Wheeled Scraper Company. Car frame. 1,490,997 ; 

Apr. 22. 
Benbow, James D., assignor to Western Wheeled Scraper 

Company, Aurora, 111. Scarifying machine. 1,503,872; 

Aug. 5. 
Benbow, James D., assignor to Western Wheeled Scraper 

Company, Aurora, 111. Dumping cars. 1,513,576; 

Oct. :;». 
Benbow, James D., and H. D. Hamper, assignors to 

Western Wheeled Scraper Company, Aurora, 111. Road- 
making machine. 1,499,093 ; June 24. 
Bench, Alfred R. (See Hanks, G. R., Apgar, Bench, and 

Bidwell.) 

Benckenstein, Charles H., Vinton, La. Tubing spider. 
1,499,635 ; July 1. 

Benckenstein, Charles H., Vinton, La. Valve mechanism 
for wells. 1,505,850; Aug. 19. 

Benckenstein, Charles H., Vinton, La. Tubing spacer. 
1,509,747 ; Sept. 23. 

Benckenstein, Charles H., Vinton, La., assignor of one- 
fourth to H. R. Eccleston, Washington, D. C., and one- 
fourth to L. J. Benckenstein, Beaumont, Tex. Rod 
spacer for oil wells. 1,491,742 ; Apr. 22. 

Benckenstein, L. J., et al. (See Benckenstein, Charles 
H., assignor.) 

Bendell, Percy H., Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. Direc- 
tion indicator. 1,498,607 ; June 24. 

Bender, Albert N., Racine, Wis. Calf-weanlng device. 
1,492,828 ; May 6. 

Bender, Anna V., Columbus, Ohio. Imitation candle for 
electric-light fixtures. Des. 66,259 ; Dec. 23. 

Bender, Benedict H., assignor to Bender-Zimmer Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Cap. 1,481,975 ; Jan. 29. 

Bender, Lillian M., San Francisco, Calif. Bust-reducing 
brassiere. 1,492,953 ; May 6. 

Bender, Robert C, St. Louis, Mo. Account or index sys- 
tem cabinet. 1,489,812 ; Apr. 8. 

Bender, William, Downers Grove, and P. Hoffman, West- 
ern Springs, 111., assignors to Ramapo Ajas Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Anticreeping guard-rail clamp. 
1.491,187 ; Apr. 22. 

Bender-Zimmer Company. (See Bender, Benedict H., 
assignor.) 

Bendernagel, William H., Queens, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone transmission system. 1,498,862 ; June 24. 

Bendernagel, William H., Queens, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone transmission system. 1,498,945 ; June 24. 

Bendix, Vincent, Chicago, 111. Clutch. 1,481,976 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Bendix, Vincent, Chicago, 111. Engine starter. 
1,493,726; May 13. 

Bendmann, Hermann, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Prelecting apparatus for advertising purposes. 
1,479,404; Jan. 1. 

Benedek, Alfred, New York, N. Y. Rubber bath mat. 
Des. 63,768; Jan. 15. 

Benedek, Alfred, New York, N. Y. Bath mat. 1,501,739; 
July 15. 

Benedict, Charley D., Marion, Ind. Adjustable spirit 
level. 1,506,556; Aug. 26. 

Benedict, Edward L. (See Reed, W. B., and Benedict.) 

Benedict, Edward L., Sewickley, assignor to I'itr.sburgh 
Steel Company, Pittsburgh, I'a. Wire fabric. 1.502.012; 
July 22. 

Benedict, Edward L.. Sewiokley, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Steel Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Plaster ground. 
1,507,364; Sept. 2. 

Benedict, George W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Wood-Imes Manufacturing "Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Grinding compound. 1.497,836; June 17. 

Benedict, Hcrshel A., East Orange, and R. M. Moller, 
Jersey City, N. J. Cover. 1,479,213; Jan. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Benedict, Uershel A., East Orange, and K. M. Holler, 
Jersey City, N. J. Anchor. 1,482,964 ; Feb. 5. 

Benedict, Joseph A., Chicago, 111. Receptacle. 1,484,288 ; 
Feb. 19. 

Benedix, Paul H., Chicago, 111. Fluid-pressure engine. 
1,516,948; Nov. 25. 

Benefield, William 6., deceased. (See Robertson, G. W., 
Hogg, Gorsed, and Benefield.) 

BeneKe & Kropf Manufacturing Company. (See Hinkle, 
Walter F., assignor.) 

Beneke & Kropf Mfg. Co. (See Rayfield, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 

Benes, Gaspar P., New York, N. Y. Sound-controlling 
device. 1.497,651 ; June 10. 

Benford Auto Products, Inc. (See West, Hubbard C. 
assignor.) 

Benfoid, Frank A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen 
era! Electric Company. Glass mirror. 1,501,031 
July 8. 

Benge, Louis, Sterling, Colo. Apparatus for reclaiming 
waste lubricating oils. 1,518,684 ; Dec. 9. 

Bengel, William, Newport, Ark. Jack. 1,481,822 
Jan. 29. 

Bengston, John A., assignor of one-half to H. Swanson 
Kane, Pa. Gas burner. 1,517,394 ; Dec. 2. 

Benham, George, and M. A. O'Mara, St. Louis, Mo. ; said 
Benham assignor to said O'Mlara. Cigar lighter, 
1,485,342; Feb. 26. 

Benish, Thomas C, St. Louis, Mo. Brake adjuster 
1,508,764 ; Sept. 16. 

Bfinit, Henri, Paris, France. Electropneumatic valve 
1,498,504; June 17. 

Benjamin. Amber M., Los Angeles, Calif. Corset 
1,521,068 ; Dec. 30. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, assignor to International 
Harvester Company, Chicago, 111. Traction wheel. 
1,501,937 ; July 22. 

Benjamin, Chester W. (See Rogers, J. F., Douglas, and 
Benjamin.) 

Benjamin, Clarence F., Milford, Conn. Mechanic's in- 
strument. 1,501,887 ; July 15. 

Benjamin, Dana H., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Drying tumbler. 1,494,145 ; May 13. 

Benjamin, Dana H.. assignor to H. C. Benjamin, Cleve- 
land Heights, Ohio. Centrifugal extractor. 1.496.973 ; 
June 10. 

Benjamin. Dana H., Cleveland, assignor to H. C. Benja- 
min, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Centrifugal extractor. 
1,501,642; July 15. 

Benjamin, Dana H., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Metropolitan Trust Company, 
trustee, New York, N. Y. Steaming device for garment 
presses. 1,509,095 ; Sept. 23. 

Benjamin, Dana H., Cleveland Heights, and E. J. Car- 
roll, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignors of one-half to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood, 
Ohio, and one-half to Metropolitan Trust Company, 
trustee. New York, N. T. Garment press. 1,489,227 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Benjamin, Dana H., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and J. P. 
McCarthy. Chicago, 111., assignors to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood, Ohio. Press- 
ing machine. 1,516.475 ; Nov. 18. 

Benjamin, B. V., Company, The. (See Case, William, 
assignor.) 

Benjamin, E. V., Company, The. (See Goben, Edward G., 
assignor.) 

Benjamin, Edward O., Newark, N. J. Soft-rubber product 
and making It. 1,493,062 ; May 6. 

Benjamin, Edward O., Newark, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Oxygen Company. Insulating support. 
1.494.766 : May 20. 

Benjamin, Edward O., Newark, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Oxygen Company. Evaporating and condens- 
ing apparatus. 1,521,147 ; Dec. 30. 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
jamin, Reuben B., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
jamin, R. B., and Alden, assignors.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
jamin, R. B., and Warner, assignors.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Ire- 
monger, Robert S., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Leinen. 
Arthur P., a.ssignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Mackie, Duncan 
B., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Mc- 
Olatchie, Stanley, assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Phil- 
lips, Paul D., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See War- 
ner, Chester E.. assignor.) 

Benjamin Engineering Company, The. (See Hess. L. J., 
and Benjamin, assignors.) 

Benjamin, George H.. New York. N. Y. Method of and 
apparatus for dehydrating fluid bodies. 1,506,732 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Benjamin Gross Company. (See Fiedler, Louis, assignor.) 

Benjamin, Henrietta C. (See Benjamin, Dana H., as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin, Maxwell W. (See Flint, Floyd F., assignor. 1 



Benjamin, Irving S., and J. K. Markwick, Utica, N. Y. ; 
said Markwick assignor to said Benjamin. Fuel saver 
and smoke consumer. 1,508,539 ; Sept. 16. 

Benjamin, John M. (See Dennett, W. H., and Benjamin.) 

Benjamin, John P., East Providence, R. I. Fountain pen. 
Des. 65,683 ; Sept. 30. 

Benjamin, Oscar P., assignor to Capitol Brass Works, 
Detroit, Mich. Stop and waste valve. 1,519,231 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Benjamin, Merrill G. (See Hess, L. J., and Benjamin.) 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Signal device 
for automobiles. 1,482.540 ; Feb. 5. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical connecter 
device. 1,490,195 ; Apr. 15. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Fixture chain. 
1,492,014; Apr. 29. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 
1,492,195; Apr. 29. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric-lamp 
socket. 1,493,593 ; May 13. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Stand lamp. 
1,494,574; May 20. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Shade holder. 
1.494.575 ; May 20. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, "Chicago, 111. Separable at- 
tachment fixture. 1.495.153; May 27. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Attachment plug 
and cap. 1,498,146; June 17. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Adapter. 1,408,147 ; 
June 17. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Ciiicago, 111. Receptacle and cap 
therefor. 1,498,148 ; June 17. 

Benjamin, Reuben B.. assignor to Benjamin Electrii 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Fixture chain 
1.507,808: Sept. 0. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Companv, Chicago, 111. Plural lamp 
socket. 1,508,765 : Sept. 16. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Plug cluster. 
1,509.096; Sept. 23. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company. Chicago, 111. Separable con- 
tact. 1,509,822 ; Sept. 30. 

Benjamin, Reuben B.. assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company. Chicago, 111. Lever switch 
for electric sockets. 1,511,440 ; Oct. 14. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Companv. Chicago, 111. Electrical re- 
ceptacle and plug. 1,512,815 ; Oct. 21. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical-fix- 
ture-supporting device. 1.512.816; Oct. 21. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Companv, Chicago, 111. Shade holder. 
1,516.263: Nov. IS. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company. Chicaco, 111. Switch mech- 
anism. 1,518.383: Doc. 9. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Comp.Tuy, Chicago, 111. Shade-holding 
device. 1.520.386; Deo. 23. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., Chicago, and W. A. Alden, Camp 
Grant, Rockford, assignors to Benjamin Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical connecter 
device. 1,492,:54S : Apr. 29. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., Chicago, and C. E. Warner, Ber- 
wyn, assignors to Benjamin Electric Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Plug cluster. Des. 65,156 ; 
July 15. 

Benjamin, Reuben B.. Chicago, and C. E. Warner. Berwyn, 
assignors to Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Com- 
panv. Chlcngo. III. Electrical connecter device. 
1 .•'i0S,766 : Sept. 16. 

Rnnjaniln, Reuben B.. Chicago, and C. E. Warner. Berwyn, 
as.iiisnors to Benjamin Electric Manuf.Tcturing Com- 
pany. Chicngo, Til. Plug cluster. 1 ..^0S,767 ; Sept. 16. 

Renke. Otto H., Stamford, Conn., assignor to The Yale 
i^- Towne Manufacturing Companv. Lock. 1,509,579 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Benkert. Hermann. Harburs-on-the-Elbe, Germany. Means 
for atomizing fuel. 1,503.627 ; Aug. 5. 

Henkeser. Harry A. (See Carmel, Joseph, assignor.) 

Renko, Ivan, Vienna, Austria. Drawing Implement. 
1,494,055; May 13. 

Benki), Ivan, Vienna, Austria. Automatic tool-driving 
device. 1,494,056; Mav 13. 

Renko, Iviln, Vienna, .\ustrla. Tool holder. 1,506,331 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Renko. Ivan. Vienna. Austria. Apparatus for limiting 
the force transmitted in tools and machines. 1,512,192 ; 
Oct. 21. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continned. 



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Bennefeld, Frank A., Ada, Minn. Gasoline filter. 
1,519,479: Dee. 16. 

Benner, Arthur M., Olympia, Wash. Pocket match box. 
1,481,977; Jan. 29. 

Benner, Harry F. (See Egloff, G.. and Benner.) 

Benner, Miles C, Springfield, Mass. Sight leaf. 
1 503 744 * Au*'. 5. 

Benner,' Raymond C. (See French, H. F., and Benner.) 

Benner, Raymond C, Fremont, Ohio, assignor to National 
Carbon Co. Inc. Dry cell. 1,484,926; Feb. 26. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. F. French, Fremont, Ohio, 
assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. Electric 
battery. 1,481,178 ; Jan. 15. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. F. French, Fremont, Ohio, 
assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. Dry 
battery. 1,518,301 ; Dec. 9. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Union 
Carbide & Carbon Research Laboratories, Inc. Storage- 
cell electrode and support for active materials. 
1,484,928; Feb. 26. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Union 
Carbide & Carbon Research Laboratories, Inc. Sili- 
cated separator and making the same. 1,495,568 ; 
May 27. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Prest-0-Lite Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Storage-battery grid. 1,500,219; July 8. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Prest-0-Lite Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Separator and method of making the same. 
1,500,220; July 8. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Prest-0-Lite Company, Inc., New York. 
N. Y. Storage cell or battery and electrode therefor. 
1,500,221 ; July 8. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bays'de, assignor to The Prest-O- 
Lite Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Storage-bat- 
tery vent. 1,506,216 ; Aug. 26. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, N. Y., assignor to National 
Carbon Company, Inc. Apparatus for radiocommunica- 
tion. 1,519,899 : Dec. 16. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. F. French, Flush- 
ing, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Prest-0- 
Lite Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Storage cell or 
battery. 1,500,222; July 8. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. F. French, Flushing. 
N. Y., assignor to The Prest-O-Lite Company, Inc. By- 
- pass valve for storage-battery vents. 1,505,693 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. P. French, Flush- 
ing, N. Y., assignors to National Carbon Company, 
Inc. Dry cell and making the same. 1,506,217 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. F. French, Flush- 
ing, N. Y., assignors to The Prest-O-Lite Company, Inc. 
Storage cell, electrode therefor, and nraking the same. 
1,509,186; Sept. 23. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and G. W. Heise, Elm- 
hurst, N. Y., assignors to Union Carbide & Carbon 
Research Laboratories, Inc. Storage-battery separator 
and making the same. 1,484,927 ; Feb. 26. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. H. Thompson, Flush- 
ing, N. Y., assignors to Union Carbide & Carbon Re- 
search Laboratories, Inc. Dry cell of the flat type and 
battery formed therefrom. 1,490,448 ; Apr. 15. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. H. Thompson, 
Flushing, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Na- 
tional Carbon Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Water- 
activated reserve cell. 1,5()1,091 ; July 15. 

Bennett, Amos D., Independence, Colo. Detachable broom 
handle. 1,480,366; Jan. 8. 

Bennett, Arthur J.., Cambridge, Ohio. Flower-holding 
insert for vases. Des. 64,652 ; May 20. 

Bennett. Arthur J., Cambridge, Ohio. Relish dish. Des. 

65.721 ; Oct. 7. 

Bennett. Arthur J., Cambridge, Ohio. Relish dish. Des. 

65.722 ; Oct. 7. 

Bennett, Ashley C, Minneapolis, Minn. Suction cleaner. 
1,507,271; Sept. 2. 

Bennett, Charles B., assignor to James Clark, jr., Elec- 
tric (Jompany, Louisville, Ky. Electric tool. 1.502,169 ; 
July 22. 

Bennett, Charles E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bait Manufacturing Company, Atlanta, Ga. Current 
Interrupter. 1,479,276 ; Jan. 1. 

Bennett, Charles B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bait Manufacturing Company, Atlanta, Ga. Arc gap. 
1,479,692; Jan. 1. 

Bennett, Charles B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bait Manufacturing Company, Atlanta, Ga. Arc gap. 
1,479,693; Jan. 1. 

Bennett, Charles E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bait Manufacturing Company, Atlanta, Gn. Current 
interrupter. 1,494,945; May 20. 

Bennett, Charles E., Decatur, assignor to Bait Manu- 
facturing Company, Atlanta, Ga. Arc gap. 1,498,420 ; 
June 17. 

Bennett, Charles B., Decatur, assignor to Bait Manufac- 
turing Company, Atlanta, Ga. Arc-gap installation. 
1,507,365; Sept. 2. 

Bennett, Charles B., and C. G. Adsit, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Bait Manufacturing Company, Atlanta, 
Ga. Electric switch. 1.512,735; Oct. 21. 



Bennett, Charles H., Mount Morris, N. Y. Dispensing de- 
vice. 1,508,952 ; Sept. 16. 
Bennett, Ebenezer. (See Parsons, C. A., Bennett, and 

Rowe.) 
Bennett, Frederick F., Ypsilanti, Mich. Wick burner. 

1,505,240; Aug. 19. 
Bennett, George, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. Cider 'mill. 

1,484,003; Feb. 19. 
Bennett, George A., Mason City, Iowa, assignor to Klipto 

Loose-Leaf Company, Wilmington, Del. Loose-leaf 

binder. 1,496,385 ; June 3. 
Bennett, George E., Corry, Pa. Fishing float. 1,480,655 ; 

Jan. 15. 
Bennett, George S. and L. L., Massena, N. Y. Automatic 

milk-can washer. 1,507,151 ; Sept. 2. 
Bennett, Henry A., Aurora, 111. Lever. 1,486,721; 

Mar. 11. 
Bennett, Henry G. (See Williams, A., Bennett, anc 

Rowe.) 

Bennett, Henry G., and I. Rowe, Shefiield, England. 

Sharpener for knives and other cutting tools. 

1,518,726; Dec. 9. 
Bennett, Herbert S., Jamestown, N. Y. Overshoe for 

tires. 1,503,466; Aug. 5. 
Bennett Injector Company, The. (See Bennett, Thomas 

B., assignor.) 
Bennett, Inslee T., Edwardsville, 111. Can opener. 

1,507,572; Sept. 9. 
Bennett, Irving T., Brooklyn, N. Y., and G. H. Phelps, 

Warehouse Point, Conn., assignors to T. E. Murray, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Crank shaft or the like. 1,512,973; 

Oct. 28. 
Bennett, Jack T., Glasgow, Scotland. Talking machine. 

1,505,307; Aug. 19. 
Bennett, John J., et al. (See Mongillo, Giacomo, as- 
signor.) 

Bennett, John O. (See O'Connell. James R., assignor.) 

Bennett, Louis L. (See Bennett, George S. and L. L.) 

Bennett, Morris H., Waterbury, Conn., assignor to Sco- 
vill Manufacturing Company. Electric furnace. 
1,498,903 ; June 24. 

Bennett, Orin, assignor to Pacific Coast Typewriter Co., 
San Francisco, Calif. Electrically-operated telegraphic 
typewriting system. 1,508,870 ; Sept. 16. 

Bennett, Overton M., Lenoxville, Pa. Chicken feeder. 
1,504,667 : Aug. 12. 

Bennett, Philander L., Chicago, 111. Shale retort. 
1,501,881; July 15. 

Bennett, Robert L., New York, N. Y. Fuel mixer. 
1,481,118; Jan. 15. 

Bennett, Thomas B., assignor to The Bennett Injector 
Company, Muskegon, Mich. Grease-dispensing appli- 
ance. 1,493,727 ; May 13. 

Bennett, Tom M., New York, N. Y. Demountable rim. 
1,479,424 ; Jan. 1. 

Bennett, William H., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Disinfecting device in combination with telephone 
mouthpieces. 1,506,284 ; Aug. 26. 

Bennewitz, Fred O., Los Angeles, Calif. Spirit level. 
1.489,572 ; Apr. 8. 

Bennewitz, Kurt, Charlottenburg, near Berlin, assignor to 
the Firm of Optische Anstalt C. P. Goerz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Friedenau, near Berlin, Germany. Aneroid ba- 
rometer. 1,484,289; Feb. 19. 

Benninghoff, William 6., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. 
Thread-cutting die. 1,498,775 ; June 24. 

Bennion, Charles F., Leicester, England, assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Machine for use in the manufacture of boots and 
shoes. 1,487,706; Mar. 25. 

Bennion, Charles F., J. Gouldbourn, and A. Bates, Leices- 
ter, England, assignors to United Shoe Machinery Cor- 
poration, Paterson, N. J. Machine for shaping uppers 
over lasts. 1,496,805; June 10. 

Bennis, Alfred W., Bolton, England. Adjustable Are 
bridge for furnaces having movable grates. 1,487,527 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Bennis, Stephen, East Williston, N. Y. Container for 
phonographic needles. 1,481,082 ; Jan. 15. 

Benois, Edouard P., Paris, France, assignor to Coty, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Bottle. Des. 65^57 ; July 15. 

Benois, Edouard P., Paris, Prance, assignor to Coty, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Lip-stick holder. Des. 65,844 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Benois, Edouard P., Paris, France, assignor to Coty, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Ornamental box. 1,502,01.3; 

July 22. 
Benoist, Anna L., St. Louis, Mo. Pan lifter. 1,514,825 ; 

Nov. 11. 
Benoist, Eddie, St. Louis, Mo. Figure toy. 1.507,657; 

Sept. 9. 

Benoist, Raymond E., St. Louis, Mo. Luggage carrier 

for vehicles. 1,498.715 ; .Tune 24. 
Benoit, Albert L., Oisterwijk, Netherlands. Purifying 

liquids. 1,513.090: Oct. 28. 
Benoit, Joseph F., assignor to Sanford Mills, Sanford, 

Me. Pile-fabric loom. 1,486,220; Mar. 11. 
Benoit, .Joseph F., assignor to Sanford Mills, Sanford, Me. 

Loom. 1,487,8,^3 ; Mar. 25. 
Benoit, Joseph F., assignor to Sanford Mills, Sanford, Me. 

Protector mechanism for looms. 1,492,772 ; May G. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Benoit, Joseph F., assignor to Sanford Mills, Sanford, 
Me. Yaru package aud core therefor. 1,515,823 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Benoit, Joseph F., assignor to Sanford Mills, Sanford, Me. 
Double-pile-fabric loom. 1.520,274 ; Dec. 23. 

Benoit, Wilfred J., Dracut, Mass. Conveyer. 1,503,936 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Bensch, Herman R., San Antonio, Tex. Day bed. 
1,490,449 ; Apr. 15. 

Bensett, Eichard W., New York, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Flexible terminal 
for ignition wires. 1,505,531 ; Aug. 19. 

Benson, Andrew C, Beaumont, Tex. Adz hammer. 
1,517,043 ; Nov. 25. 

Benson, Bernhart A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Edmunds 
& Jones Corporation. Electric switch. 1,518,957 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Benson, Charles D., jr. (See Tausz, Ferdinand, assignor.) 

Benson, Frederick, San Francisco, Calif. Egg beater. 
1,512,669; Oct. 21. 

Benson, Harry F., Holyoke, Mass., assignor to Worthing- 
ton Pump and Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Shaft bearing. 1,519,391 : Dec. 16. 

Benson, Harry G., et al. (See Folsom, Ralph, assignor.) 

Benson, John, West Chicago, 111. Drill-recovery tool for 
deep wells. 1,493,233 ; May 6. 

Benson, John, West Chicago, 111. Fishing tool for deep 
weUs. 1,493,234 ; May 6. 

Benson, JoiQn H., Oakland, assignor of one-half to T. E 
McEneany, Berkeley, Calif. Hitch attachment 
1,490,758 ; Apr. 15. 

Benson, John Z., De8 Moines, Iowa. Curtain swing 
1,480,493 ; Jan. 8. 

Benson, Joseph H. (See Leech, C. E., Seidell, and Ben 
son.) 

Benson, Ross L., Kansas City, Kans. Curtain fastener 
1,484,464 ; Feb. 19. 

Benson. William, Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne assign 
ments, to Underwood Typewriter Company, New York 
N. Y. Typewriting machine. 1,520,387 ; Dec. 23. 

Benson, William A., assignor to Automatic Electric Com 
pany, Chicago, 111. Wire chief's test circuits for tele 
phone systems. 1,481,586 ; Jan. 22. 

Benson, William A., assignor to Automatic Electric Com 
pany, Chicago, 111. Automatic telephone system 
1,514,193 ; Nov. 4. 

Bent, George H., Battle Creek, Mich. Carton and liner 
forming machine. 1,480.143 ; Jan. 8. 

Bent, George H., Battle Creek, Mich. Method and ap- 
paratus for associating liners with cartons. 1,480,144 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Bent, Henry B., Harrisburg, assignor to Bethlehem Steel 
Company, Bethlehem, Pa. Railway rail. 1,501,092 ; 
July 15. 

Bent, Roderic L., Gardner, Mass., assignor to S. Bent 
& Bros., Inc. Child's chair. 1.509.580; Sept. 23. 

Bent, S.. & Bros. (See Bent, Roderic L., assignor.) 

Bente, Emil, and P. Stuhlmann, Barmen. Germany, as- 
signors to M. Henkels, New York, N. Y. Lace with 
net or tullelike groundwork. 1,513.577 ; Oct. 28. 

Bente, Emil, and P. Stuhlmann, Barmen. Germany, as- 
signors to M. Henkels, New York, N. Y. Lace with 
stellated meshes. 1,513.578 ; Oct. 28. 

Bentel, Edmund W., assignor of three-fifths to F. T. 
Lahey and one-fifth to G. J. Harter, Akron, Ohio. Rub- 
berizing fabric. 1,505,694 ; Aug. 19. 

Bentham, Cecil, assignor to Henry Simon Limited, Man- 
chester, England. Apparatus for the pneumatic trans- 
port of grain and other granular or like materials. 
1,493,186; May 6. 

Bentley, Albert G. (See Friend, E. H., and Bentley.) 

Bentley, Edward M., Lawrence, N. Y. Percussion tool. 
1.493,187; May 6. 

Bentley, Frank F., Warren, Ohio. Soldering apparatus. 
1,479,783; Jan. 8. 

Bentley, John R., Jamestown, N. Y. Shuttle for bob- 
bins. 1.504,668; Aug. 12. 

Bentley, John G., Paterson, N. J; Quill. 1,479,448: 
Jan. 1. 

Bentley, John G., Paterson, N. J. Wound package. 
1,479,449; Jan. 1. 

Bentley Motors Limited. (See Burgess, Frederick T., as- 
signor.) 

Bentley, William G., assignor of one-third to P. A. Ray 
and one-third to Z. R. White, Wichita Falls. Tex. Elec- 
trode for spark plugs. 1,511,937 ; Oct. 14. 

Benton, Dudley C., San Diego, Calif. Golf club. 
1,487,707 ; Mar. 25. 

Bmton, Jacob H.. McLean. Tex., assignor to The Conti- 
nental Tool and Manufacturing Company, Chickasha, 
Okla. Cattle poke. 1,504,317; Avig. 12. 

Benton & Stone Limited. (See Milncr, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Bentz, Donald R. (See Bohne, C. F., and Bentz.) 

Bentz, Harrv, Montclair, N. J. Cooling device. 
1,496.6.">1 ; June 3. 

Bentzlin. Frank A., Andrus. Wis. Twin motor. 1,509,631 ; 
Sept. 2Z. ^ , 

Bernha, Isaac N., New York, N. Y. Amusement device. 
1.508.439; Sept. 16. 

Beranger, John G., Cambridge, Mass. Window lock. 
1,500,540; July 8. 



Berard, Remi J., assignor to Remy Auto Miser Company, 
Woonsocket, R. I. Air-moistening device for internal- 
combustion engines. 1,504,018 ; Aug. 5. 

Berardi, John B., Bridgeport, Conn. Tire tread. Des. 
64,789; June 3. 

Berbecker & Rowland Manufacturing Company. (See 
Schaefer, William, assignor.) 

Bercaw, John W., Hamilton, assignor to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Auto- 
matic apron-guide roll. 1,490,196 ; Apr. 15. 

Berck, George J., Osceola, Nebr. Plow attachment. 
1,520.396; Dec. 23. 

Berczeller, La.szl6, Budapest, Hungary. Treatment of 
soy beans. 1,509,076; Sept. 16. 

Berczik, John, Daisytown, Pa. Snowplow. 1,518,685; 
Dec. 9. 

Berdar, Peter. (See Sonner, Carl, assignor.) 

Berdar, Peter, New York, N. Y. Valve. 1,510,820 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Berdon', Albert E., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. K. Lanning, Fall River, Mass. Driv- 
ing mechanism for knitting machines. 1,506,151 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Berdon', Albert E., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. K. Lanning, Fall River, Mass. Stop 
mechanism for knitting machines. 1,506,152 ; Aug. 26. 

Berdon', Albert E., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. K. Lanning, Fall River, Mass. Take- 
up mechanism for knitting machines. 1,506,153 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Berdon', Albert E., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. K. Lanning, Fall River. Mass. Cir- 
cuh'ir-knitting machine. 1,514,499 ; Nov. 4. 

Berdon', Albert E., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. K. Lanning, Fall River, Mass. Cir- 
cular-knitting machine. 1,514,500 ; Nov. 4. 

Berenson, Israel, Boston, Mass. Electric switch. 
1,485,210 ; Feb. 26. 

Ber^nyi, Johann, Perth Amboy, N. J. Rat and mouse 
trap. 1,491,188: Apr. 22. 

Beresford, Kennedy, Meran, Italy. Bath. 1,481,675; 
Jan. 22. 

Berg, Albert R., Rochester, N. Y. Micrometer gauge. 
1,502,806; July 29. 

Berg, Bernhardt C, Los Angeles, Calif. Oil burner. 
1.510.916 ; Oct. 7. 

Berg, Eskil, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric boiler. 1.503,972 ; Aug. 5. 

Berg, Frederick O., Spokane, Wash. Tent. 1,502,898 ; 
July 29. 

Berg, George O. (See Richards, John R., assignor.) 

Berg, Jacob H.. Chicago, 111. Meat food product and mak- 
ing same. 1,508.155 ; Sent. 9. 

Berg, John, assignor to Metal Specialties Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Switch device. 1,520,526 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Berg, John G., assignor to Leland-GifiEord Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Adjustable milling cutter. 1,516,172 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Berg, Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Weatherproof container. 
1,517,273 ; Dec. 2. 

Berg. Mons M., Duluth, Minn. Animal trap. 1,520,557; 
Dec. 23. 

Berg, Morris J., St. Paul, Minn. Presser foot for sew- 
ing machines. 1,488,309 : Mar. 25. 

Berg, Oliver J., Oak Park, 111. Cleansing soap. 1,498,149 ; 
June 17. 

Berg, Richard O., assignor to Michigan Steel Tube 
Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Machine for feed- 
ing tubing. 1,481,886 ; Jan. 29. 

Berg, Richard O., assignor to Michigan Steel Tube Prod- 
ucts Co., Detroit, Mich. Tube welding. 1,483,272; 
Feb. 12. 

Berg, Richard O., assignor to Michigan Steel Tube Prod- 
ucts Company, Detroit, Mich. Tube welding. 1,491,128 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Berg, Richard O. and S., assignors to Michigan Steel 
Tube Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Welding 
tubes. 1,481,887 ; Jan. 29. 

Berg. Richard O. and S., assignors to Michigan Steel 
Tube Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Tube-welding 
machine. 1,520,221 ; Dec. 23. 

Berg, Simon. (See Berg. Richard O. and S.) 

Berg, William M., Oakland, assignor to The Owl Drug 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Bottle. Des. 64,790 ; 
June 3. 

Bergaus, Emil C, Las Cruces, N. Mex. Signal. 
1.495,875 ; May 27. 

Berge, Joseph, assignor to A C Spark Plug Company, 
Flint, Mich. Speedometer. 1,482.595 ; Feb. 5. 

Berge, Joseph, assignor to A C Spark Plug Company, 
Flint, Mich. Odometer mechanism. 1,482,596 ; Feb. 5. 

Berge, Joseph, assignor to A C Spark Plug Company, 
Flint. Mich. Speedometer. 1.482.597; Feb. 5. 

Berge, Joseph, assignor to A Spark Plug Company, 
Flint, Mich. Hub odometer. 1,488,631 ; Apr. 1. 

Berge. Joseph, assignor to A C Spark Plug Company, 
Flint, Mich. Speedometer. 1,511,198 ; Oct. 7. 

Bergen, George B., Milwaukee, Wis. Pencil. 1,495,064 ; 
May 27. 

Bergen, Harry S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Weighing scale. 1,486,944 ; Mar. 18. 



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Bergen, Harry S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo. Ohio. Marking machine. 1,504,598 ; Aug. 12. 
Bergen, Harry S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, To- 
ledo, Ohio. Weighing scale. 1,514,826 ; Nov. 11. 
Bergen, Feter H., Goessel, Kans. Composition of matter 
for usie as a lubricant for vehicle springs. 1,486,563 ; 
Mar. 11. 
Bergen Point Iron Works. (See Smith, Augustus, as- 
signor.) 
Bergeon, Paul, Grenoble, France. Electrically-heated 

boiler. 1,504,928; Aug. 12. 
Berger Brothers Company. (See Geiser, George B., as- 
signor.) 
Berger Bros. Company. (See Kigby, Thomas, assignor.) 
Berger, Christian, New York, N. Y. Catalytic heating 

method and apparatus. 1,502,807 ; July 29. 
Berger, Christian, New York, N. Y., assignor to Comput- 
ing-Tabulating-Recording Company. Measuring appa- 
ratus. Kel5,834; May 13. 
Berger, Dellno, Madison To-wnship, Franklin County, 

Ohio. Air brake. 1,521,170 ; Dec. 30. 
Berger, Frank, Stoughton, Wis. Cooking utensil. 

1,502,843 ; July 29. 
Berger, J. P. (See Berger, Thurston, assignor.) 
Berger, John F., Trenton, N. J. Shotgun rib. 1,485,064 ; 

Feb. 26. 
Berger, Joseph, TJtica, N. Y., assignor to Union Special 
Machine Company, Chicago. III. Presser foot for sew- 
ing machines. 1,480,593 ; Jan. 15. 
Berger, Joseph, TJtica, N. Y., assignor to Union Special 
Machine Company, Chicago, 111. Work-supporting arm 
for sewing machines. 1,503,258 ; July 29. 
Berger, Joseph, Utica, N. Y., assignor to Union Special 
Machine Company, Chicago, 111. Presser foot for sew- 
ing machines. 1,508,768 ; Sept. 16. 
Berger, Joseph G., Dayton, Ohio. Tail-skld cushion. 

1,485,760 ; Mar. 4. 
Berger, Knute, Seattle, Wash. Valve. 1,495,241 ; May 27. 
Berger, Knute, Seattle, Wash. Pressure-regulating valve. 

1,511,318 ; Oct. 14. 
Berger, Knute, assignor to Washington Iron Works, 
Seattle, Wash. Hauling and slack-puller line swivel 
attachment. 1,511,796 ; Oct. 14. 
Berger, Ollie J., Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor to Uni- 
versal Knitting Machine Company, Lima, Ohio. Knit- 
ting-machine construction. 1,480,926 : Jan. 15. 
Berger Point Iron Works. (See Smith, Augustus, as- 
signor.) 
Berger, Richard, assignor to the Firm F. Soennecken, 
Bonn-on-the-Rhine, Germany. Mounting for paper 
rollers of copying machines. 1,480.927 ; Jan. 15. 
Berger, Thurston, assignor to J. P. Berger, Lindsay, 

Calif. Renewable electric fuse. 1,485,211 ; Feb. 26. 
Berger, William H., Winona, Minn. Toy dog. Des. 

64,336 ; Apr. 1. 
Bergeron, Alfred, Woonsocket, R. I. Valve-operating 

mechanism. 1,512.900 ; Oct. 28. 
Bergeron, Alfred. Woonsocket, R. I. Valve-operating 

mechanism. 1,512,901 ; Oct. 28. 
Bergeron, Shelly J., and F. Chauvin, assignors to Blum 
and Bergeron, Houma, La. Shrimp-shelling machine. 
1,493,425 ; May 6. 
Bergerson, Axel H., River Falls, Wis. Chimney cleaner. 

1,516,949 ; Nov. 25. 
Bergerson, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Swimming and 

bathing appliance. 1,480,366 : Jan. 8. 
Bergeson, Lenna, Los Angeles, Calif. Doll. Des. 64,653 ; 

May 20. 
Bergfeld, J. A. (See Cleveland, David P., assignor.) 
Berggren, Per J., Chicago, 111. Telescope adjustment. 

1.482,881 : Feb. 5. 
Berggren, Per J., Chicago, III. Binocular. 1,514,419 ; 

Nov. 4. 
Berghold, Frank E., Rochester, N. Y. Saw guard. 

1,511,797 ; Oct. 14. 
Bergii), Thomas A., Wichita Falls, Tex. Combination 

gun barrel and gas trap. 1,512,079 : Oct. 21. 
Berglass, Solomon, New York, N. Y. Lamp fixture. 

1,490,725; Apr. 15. 
Berglund, Edward S., Djursholm, Sweden. Converting 

zinc powder into fluid zinc. 1,506,600 ; Aug. 26. 
Berglund, Edward S., Djursholm, Sweden. Treating ma- 
terials containing metal compositions. 1,507,152; 
Sept. 2. 
Berglund, Edward S., Djursholm, assignor to Trollhiittans 
Elektrothermi.ska Aktiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden. Re- 
fining lead. 1,513,307 ; Oct. 28. 
Berglund, Emanuel, San Francisco, assignor to General 
Supply Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Joint construc- 
tion. ' 1,504,318; Aug. 12. 
Bergman, Edward, New York, N. Y., assignor to C. 
Brandes, Inc. Terminal-setting tool. 1,503,973 ; Aug. 5. 
Bergman, Ernest, Carmel, N. Y. Snow-clearing machine. 

1,514,248; Nov. 4. 
Bergman, Julius G. (See Cole, D., and Bergman.) 
Bergman-Koropp & Co. (See Johnston, Richard L., as- 
signor.) 
Bergman, Lars H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Raymond Bros. Engineering Co., Chicago, 111. Pul- 
vorized-fuel burner. 1,510,045; Oct. 7. 
Bergman, Louis, Clinton, Iowa. Clothes-feeding device 
for wringers. 1,516,173 ; Nov. 18. 



Bergman, Sveu R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Commutator dynamo-electric ma- 
chine. 1,480,892 ; Jan. 15. 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Induction motor. 1,491,375 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass.^ and A. P. Welch, Fort 
Wayne, Ind., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Alternating-current motor. 1,505,619 ; Aug. 19. 

Bergman, Victor F. (See Koropp, L., and Bergman.) 

Bergman, William G., Toledo, (Jhio. Glass-molding ma- 
chine. 1,499,334 ; July 1. 

Bergman, William G., Point Place, Ohio. Gas and air 
reversing valve. 1,501,552 ; July 15. 

Bergmann, Carl, jr.. West Hoboken, assignor of one-half 
to W. W. Silvernail, Newark, N. J. Automatic clutch- 
ing or starting device. 1,521,421 ; Dec. 30. 

Bergmann, Fedor, Bedford, England. Electrical relay. 
1,513,958 ; Nov. 4. 

Bergmann, Frederick A., Merrick, N. Y. Oil cup. 
1,507,658 : Sept. 9. 

Bergner, Jean, Dusseldorf, Germany. Float-controlled 
valve. 1,482,505; Feb. 5. 

Bergner, John C. (See Morris, F. E., and Bergner.) 

)iergner, John C, assignor of one^half to F. E. Morris, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Cooking apparatus. 1,402,541 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Bergner, John C., assignor of one-half to F. E. Morris, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for cooking. 1,492,542 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Bergquist, Carl F., assignor of one-half to N. J. Vellne, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Direction indicator. 1,492,666 ; 
May 6. 

Bergquist, Carl F.. assignor of one-half to N. J. Veline, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Extension lawn sprinkler. 
1,517,664 ; Dec. 2. 

Bergquist, Charles H., Okmulgee, Okla., assignor of one- 
half to E. A. Locke. Brace for well-drilling tools. 
1,520,168 ; Dec. 23. 

Bergquist, John A., Duluth, Minn. Water-heating gas 
plate. 1,502,170; July 22. 

Bergren, John A., Lake Park, Minn., assignor to C. B. 
Youngberg, Seattle, Wash. Lever. 1,487,141 ; Mar. 18. 

Bergstein, Samuel, assignor to The Interstate Folding 
Box Company, Middletown, Ohio. Paper folding box. 

1.485.584 : Mar. 4. 

Bergstein, Samuel, assignor to The Interstate Folding 
Box Company, Middletown, Ohio. Paper folding box. 

1.485.585 ; Mar. 4. 

Bergsten, John, Taft, Calif., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Standard Machine Company. Elevator. 
1.495,394 ; May 27. 

Bergstrom, Eleanor, New York, N. Y. Toilet article. 
1,492,196; Apr. 29. 

Bergstrom, Nathan H., Neenah, Wis. Paper-pulp-clean- 
ing apparatus. 1,498,716 ; June 24. 

Bergstrom, Verner, Sagamore, Pa. Sounding toy. 
1,490,503; Apr. 15. 

Bergve, Einar, Skoien, near Christiania, assignor to Norsk 
Hydro - Elektrisk Kvaelstofaktieselskab, Christiania, 
Norway. Production of concentrated nitric aciu. 
1.503,2"59 : July 29. 

Bering, John L., Silsbee, Tex. Holder. 1,518,554; 
Dec. 9. 

Berk, Frederick W. (See Liardet, A. A., and Berk.) 

Berk, Joseph, San Francisco, Calif. Wrapping machine. 

1.485.586 : Mar. 4. 

Berka, Charles, New York, N. Y. Propelling apparatus 

for water sports and for life saving. 1,487,368 ; 

Mar. 18. 
Berkey, Paul L., Zelienople, assignor of one-half to R. C. 

Roy, Pittsburgh, Pa. Chemical heater. 1,497,970; 

June 17. 
Berkey, Peter, Chicago, 111. Egg carton. 1,511,441 ; 

Oct. 14. 
Berkins, Clarence A., Minneapolis, Minn. Hydrocarbon 

burner. No. 1,499.335 ; July 1. 
Berkley, Henry J., Baltimore, Md. Collapsible dispensing 

tube. 1.510,821 ; Oct. 7. 
Berkley, Richard H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Whiting & Davis Company, Plainville, Mass. Mesh- 

measuring machine. 1,504.419: -Aug. 12. 
Berkley, Richard H., Plainville, Mass., assignor to Whit- 
ing & Davis Company. Mesh machine. 1,506,880 ; 

Sept. 2. 
Borkower, Louis, Port Richmond, N. Y. Calendar. 

1,515,718 : Nov. 18. 
Berkowitz, Morris, Brooklyn, assignor to Excelite Fixture 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Lighting fixture. Des. 

65.723 ; Oct. 7. 
Bcrkowitz, Morris, Brooklyn, assignor to Excelite Fixture 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Lighting-fixture part. 

Pes. 65,724 ; Oct. 7. 
Berkowitz. Morris, Brooklyn, assignor to Excelite Fixture 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Combined circular 

lighting-fixture part and stipporting member for the 

same. Dps. 00,064 ; Nov. 25. 
Berks Engineering Company. (See Rahm, Robert C, 

assignor.) 
Borl, Ernst, Darmstadt, Germany. Production of products 

containing cellulose and alkylccllulose. 1,484,004; 

Fob. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
AlpJiabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Berlin, Harry S., assignor to The Victor Rubber Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Pneumatic-tire tread. Des. 
63,869 ; Feb. 5. 

Berlin, Harry S., assignor to The Victor Rubber Company, 
Springfield, Ohio. Pneumatic-tire tread. Des. 64,622 ; 
May 13. 

Berlin, Harry S., assignor to The Victor Rubber Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Pneumatic-tire tread. Des. 
65,318 ; July 29. 

Berlin, Harry S., assignor to The Victor Rubber Com- 
pany, Springfield, Otiio. Pneumatic-tire tread. Des. 
65,796 ; Oct. 21. 

Berlin, Harry S., assignor to The Victor Rubber Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Pneumatic-tire tread. Des. 
65.987; Nov. 11. 

Berlin, Henry, Carneys Point, and L. Adler, Penns Grove, 
N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Separating naphthol-sulphonic 
acids. 1,494,096 ; May 13. 

Berlow, Harry, New York, N. Y. Attachment device. 
1,505,318; Aug. 19. 

Berman, Irvin.<j J. (See Lisson. Louis, assignor.) 

Berman, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Display case. 1,507,453 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Bermes, John W. (See Patriclc, H. E., Peterson, and 
Bermes.) 

Bern, Emil, Des Moines, Iowa. Automobile signal. 
1,505,128; Aug. 19. 

Bern, Emil, Des Moines, Iowa. Baflle wall for drainage 
ditches. 1.521.069 ; Dec. 30. 

Bern, Emil, and W. G. Werts, Des Moines, Iowa. Road- 
surface maintainer. 1,506,473 ; Aug. 26. 

Bernache, George A., Northampton, Mass. Truck scale. 
1,500,541 : July 8. 

Bernard, Henry, Spokane, Wash. Lid opener and closer. 
1,499,146 ; June 24. 

Bernard, James L., Beaver, Pa. Chuck. 1,487,708; 
Mar. 25. 

Bernard, James T., Danville, Va. Automatic railway 
gate. 1,493,317 ; May 6. 

Bernard, John P., Orosi, Calif. Cutting machine. 
1,509,389 ; Sept. 23. 

Bernard, Oscar C, El Paso, Tex. Coin handler. 
1,501,430: July 15. 

Bernardini, Samuel F., and P. Delia Casse, Cuddy, Pa. 
Cuff button. 1,502,899 ; July 29. 

Bernardo, Ventura. (See Ditto, Alfonzo, assignor.) 

Bemat, Aaron G., San Diego, Calif. Brush. 1,486,722 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Bernat, Aaron G., San Diego, Calif. Brush. 1,491,459: 
Apr. 22. 

Bernat, Raoul, Bordeaux, France. Compressor. 1,516,516 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Bernau, Frederick W., Hillside, as.signor to Ellis Adding 
Typewriter Company, Newark, N. J. Overdraft key- 
locking and indicating mechanism for calculating ma- 
chines. 1,508,267 : Sept. 9. 

Bernau, Frederick W., Newark, N. J. Date printer. 
1,518,478 ; Dec. 9. 

Berndt, Arthur A., assignor to Kurz Bros. Co., Chicago, 
111. Bottle crate. 1.519,655: Dec. 16. 

Berndt, Arthur A., assignor to Kurz Bros. Co., Chicago, 
III. Fabricated metallic structure. 1,519,656 : Dec. 16. 

Berndt, Martin, Eutritzsch, near Leipzig, assignor to the 
Firm of Indiistrie-Dienst-Ein- und Ausfuhr Gesellschaft 
mit beschrankter Haftun^, Leipzig, Germany. Pencil- 
sharpening machine. 1,504,019 ; Aug. 5. 

Berndt, Willy, Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety clip. 1,510,822 : 
Oct. 7. 

Berners, Edward C Two Rivers, Wis. Fountain pencil. 
1,516,950; Nov. 25. 

Bernert, George, Milwaukee, Wis. Pneumatic-pressure 
current conveyer. 1.498.776 : June 24. 

Bernhardt, William E., Chicago, 111. Vegetable cutter. 
1,516,490 ; Nov. 25. 

Bernhelmer, Alex. (See Reinbold, Emil, assignor.) 

Bernier, Daniel E., Piercefield, N. Y. Pulley-fastening 
device. 1.519.236: Dee. 16. 

Berning, Mildred S., Madison, Wis. Hairbrush. 1,493,096 ; 
May 6. 

Berninghaus, Eugene, assignor to The Eugene Bernlng- 
haus Companv. Cincinnati, Ohio. Surgical and dental 
chair. 1.5in.'376 ; Sept. 30. 

Berninghaus, Eugene, Company, The. (See Berninghaus, 
Eugene, assignor.) 

Bernini, Arciero. Genoa, Italy. Electroscopic apparatus 
for testing the genuineness of woolen and silk mate- 
rials. 1.502.330: July 22. 

Berns. John H., Jr., and R. Hoedt, Tampa, Fla. Furni- 
ture and making same. 1.485,949 ; Mar. 4. 

Bornson, Maurice F., Canadian, Tex. Jack. 1,486,723; 
Mar. 11. 

Bern.stein, Charles A. (See Leiner, G. S., and Bernstein.) 

Bernstein. Harold D., New York. N. Y. Film and plate 
holder. 1,509.701 : Sept. 2:^. 

Bernstein, Isaac, San Francisco, Calif. Card holder. 
1,483.408: Feb. 12. 

Bernstein, Leon. (See Stothart, J. R., and Bernstein.) 

Bernstein, I.ewis. (See Moore, Clyde E., assignor.) 

Bernstein, Max M.. assignor to Campbell, Metzger & Ja- 
rob.son. New York, N. Y. Skein package. 1,516,137: 
Nov. 18. 



Bernstein, Rudolf, Ilalle-on-the-Saale, Germany. Auto- 
mobile agricultural machine. 1,514,075 ; Nov. 4. 

Bernstein, William, Jamaica Plain, assignor to Panther 
Rubber Manufacturing Company, Stoughton, Mass. 
Rubber heel. 1,494,946 ; May 20. 

Berustrom, Harry W., Edgewood, K. I. Combined reen- 
force and leveler. 1,503,148 : July 29. 

Berntson, Arthur H., Salt Lake City, Utah. Ear tag. 
1,510,083 ; Sept. 30. 

Berntson, Bernhard M., and J. E. Nordgren, Chicago, 
111. Vegetable cutter. 1,515,923 ; Nov. IS. 

Berntson, Lillian, executrix. (See Berntson, Thomas K.) 

Berntson, Thomas K., deceased, L. Berntson, executrix, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. W. Garland, 
Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Treating corncobs and product 
thereof. 1,516,701 ; Nov. 25. 

Berolzheimer, Clarence P., Chicago Heights, 111. Method 
and apparatus for shoe-lace manufacture. 1,499.286: 
June 24. 

Berrian, Harold J., Fishers Island, N. Y. Fuse plug. 
1.509,702 : Sept. 23. 

Berrier, John L. (See Simpson, Cleveland, assignor.) 

Berry, Anne C. New York, N. Y. Child's and lady's gar- 
ment. Rel5,910 ; Sept. 9. 

Berry, Cullye T., Montgomery County, near Dayton, 
Ohio. Interchangeable and adjustable sign. 1,483,067 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Berry, David M., Oakland, Calif. Thickening filter. 
1,516,702 ; Nov. 25. 

Berry, Edgar, Buenos Aires, Argentina, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Means for controlling tbe 
flow of electrons in electric discharge devices. 
1,486.221 : Mar. 11. 

Berry, Edward R., Maiden, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Quartz working. 1.482,455 : Feb. 5. 

Berry, George A., Modesto, Calif. Sash lock. 1,513.308 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Berry, George W. (See Rhodes. C. J., and Berry, i 

Berry, George W., assignor of one-half to C. J. Rhodes, 
Wakefield, England. Flanging and seaming of sheet 
metal. 1,508,499; Sept. 16. 

Berry, (Jeorge W., Wakefield, assignor to Berry Hinge 
Limited, London, England. Mechanism for the pro- 
duction of slieet-metal receptacles having a wireless 
hinged joint between the body and lid. 1,514,599 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Berry, Herman C, Lansdowne, Pa. Scale. 1,479,581 ; 
Jan. 1. 

Berry Hinge Limited. (See Berry, George W., assignor.) 

Berr.v, Irwin, Wilmette, IlL Bumper. 1,486,222; 
Mar. 11. 

Berry, Irmn. Wilmette, 111. Bumper. 1,517,887 ; Dee. 2. 

Berry, Lewis, Buchanan, Ky. Burglar trap. 1,498,904 ; 
June 24. 

I^erry, R. S. (See Coleman, Charles S., assignor.) 

Berry, Terrie, Mount Hope, N. J. Agricultural Imple- 
ment. 1,480,876 ; Jan. 15. 

Berry, Thomas R., Lead, S. Dak. Valve. 1,501,303 ; 
July 15. 

Berry, Titus E. (See Burtnett, E. R., and Berry.) 

Berry. William O., Caro, Mich. Locking attachment. 
1,505,241 : Aug. 19. 

Berryman, Hannibal, Centerville, Mont. Electric Are 
lighter. 1,491,024: Apr. 22. 

Berryman, Harry H., Chicago, 111. Window stop and 
antirattler. 1,509,923 ; Sept. 30. 

Berryman, James H., Snoqualmie, Wash. Safety lock 
for belt-tightening mechanism. 1,505,940; Aug. 26. 

Berryman, Samuel C, Altoona, Pa. Tie. 1.49.">,S76 : 
May 27. 

Berrvman, William R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Shuttle bobbin. 
1.518,958: Dec. 9. 

Bersted, Martin C, Chicago, 111. Grease Gun Hose Cou- 
pling. 1,481,341: Jan. 22. 

Bertas, Andrew. (See Bertas. Erik and A.) 

Bertas, Erik and A., . Minneapolis, Minn. Bucksaw. 
1,484,168; Feb. 19. 

Bertella, Armando, Detroit, Mich. Cable-operated plow. 
1,503,467 ; Aug. 5. 

Bertels, W. B., & Son Co. (See Silverman, Samuel M., 
assignor.) 

Bertelson, Axel E.. New York. N. Y. Glass sponge and 
making same. 1,515.653 : Nov. IS. 

Berthelot, Daniel, and IT. Guilbaud, Paris, France. Car- 
buretor. 1.515.992 : Nov. 18. 

Berthelsen, Hans J. V., A. L. Hansen, and .T. .Tensen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. Universal machines for join- 
ery work. 1.506,154 ; Aug, 26. 

Berthold, Arthur H. R., assignor to International Dental 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Valve for den- 
tal plates. 1.510,538 : Oct. 7. 

Berthold, George H. E., East Orange, assignor to Rajah 
Auto Supplv Co., Bloomfield, N. J. Crimping machine. 
1,49.3,515 : May 13. 

Berthold. George H. E.. East Orange, assignor to Rajah 
.\uto Supplv Co., Bloomfield, N. J. Electric terminal. 
1,. '509. 224 : Sept. 23. 

Berthold. Gustave W., Chicago, 111. Panel board. 
1.487.369: Mar. 18. 

Berlin, Henri L., Paris, France. Machine for the manufaO- 
turp of milling cutters with constant profile. 1,486,411 : 
Mar. 11. 

BertOk, Michael. (See Pereszlfinyl, Ludwlg, assignor.) 



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Bertolus, Louis, Lyon, assignor to A. E. Verge, Paris, 
Frajice. Color-projecting machine. 1,489,516 ; Apr. 8. 

DertSni, Charles, et al. (See Taraguoli, Elvezlo, 
assignor.) 

Bertram, Henry W., Elwood, Ind. Machine for making 
wedge tenon dovetail joints. 1,519,753 ; Dec. 16. 

Bertrand, Aldrick A. (See Bieson, H. A., and Bertrand.) 

Bertrand, Aldrick A., Milwaukee, Wis. Machine for mak- 
ing lock washers. 1,497,288 ; June 10. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Chan- 
neling machine. 1,482,379 ; Feb. 5. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. .1. Sole- 
molding machine. 1,483,965 ; Feb. 19. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel- 
clamping machine. 1,502,014 ; July 22. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe- 
sewing machine. 1,520,275 ; Dec. 23. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe-sew- 
ing machine. 1.520,276 ; Dec. 23. 

Bertrand, Jean J. M. (See Toussaint, A., and Bertrand.) 

Bertrand, Joseph T., Isle-Verte, Quebec, Canada. Appara- 
tus for the curing and desiccating of flsh and other 
perishable articles of food. 1,479,050 ; Jan. 1. 

Bertrand, Napoleon A., Pittsfield, Mass. Combined key 
guard, clothes hook, and towel rack. 1,510,294 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Bertry, Antoine, Paris, France. Safet.y razor. 1,519,185 ; 
Dee. 16. 

Bertsch, Charles C. (See Kallenbach, W. H., and 
Bertsch.) 

Bertsch, Ernest, Haguenau, France. Sensitizing com- 
position for preparing blue-print paper. 1,500,433 ; 
July 8. 

Bertsch, John C, Tulsa, Okla., assignor to The Bertsch 
Process Company, Wilmington, Del. Recovering vola- 
tile fluids. 1,498,069 ; June 17. 

Bertsch, Marguerite, New York, N. Y. Expression doll. 
1,496,406; June 3. 

Bertsch Process Company, The. (See Bertsch, John C, 
assignor.) 

Berven, Sigurd O., Seattle, Wash. Portable washbowl. 
1,480,145 ; Jan. 8. 

Berven, Sigurd O., Seattle, Wash. Bathtub. 1,512,193; 
Oct. 21. 

Berzon, Louis. (See Brezin, J., and Berzon.) 

Besaw, Willie O., Keedley, Calif. Reversible fuse plug. 
1,498,946; June 24. 

Beshgetoor, Alonzo W., Midland, Mich. Picture fram- 
ing. 1,506,215; Aug. 26. 

Bessat, Adolphe, and L. L. LiSvens, Nanterre, France. 
Duplicating apparatus. 1,518,959 ; Dec. 9. 

Besser, Herman, Alpena, Mich. Fuel economizer and 
smoke-prevention mechanism. 1,487,709 ; Mar. 25. 

Besiser, Herman and J. H., Alpena, Mich. Cement-block 
machine. 1,512,974 ; Oct. 28. 

Besser, Jesse H. (See Besser, Herman and J. H.) 

Bessemer Gas Engine Company, The. (See Gibson, 
Jesse G., assignor.) 

Bessemer Gas Engine Company, The. (See Shepherd, 
Harold P., assignor.) 

Bessey, Edward F., assignor to Howe Auto Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Ignition timer. 1,488,971 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Bessifere, Gustave, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Propelling 
bicycles and small vehicles. 1,517,338 ; Dec. 2. 

Bessire, Fred A. (See Nicholson, Joseph R., assignor.) 

Bessire, Jules P., Indianapolis, Ind. Evergreen blanket. 
1,490,998; Apr. 22. 

Bessler, Frank E., Akron, Ohio. Attachment for drill 
presses. 1,480,494 ; Jan. 8. 

Bessler, Prank E., Akron, Ohio. Attachment for drill 
presses. 1,480,495 ; Jan. 8. 

Bessler, Frank E., Akron, Ohio. Stairway. 1,496,616 ; 
June 3. 

Beason, Dolly G., Indianapolis, Ind. Extension hood for 
radiators. 1,493,235; May 6. 

Best, C. L., Gas Traction Company. (See Best, Clarence 
L., assignor.) 

Best, Charlotte S., executrix. (See Best, Harry S., as- 
signor.) 

Best, Clarence L., San Leandro, assignor to C. L. Best 
Gas Traction Company, San Leandro, Calif. Traction 
engine. 1,482,726; Feb. 5. 

Best, Clarence L., assignor to C. L. Best Gas Traction 
Company, San Leandro, Calif. Clutch-control mech- 
anism. 1,501,740; July 15. 

Best, Clarence L., San Leandro, assignor to The Holt 
Manufacturing Company, Stockton, Calif. Tractor. 
1,503,628; Aug. 5. 

Best, Clarence L., San Leandro, assignor to The Holt 
Manufacturing Company, Stockton, Calif. Tractor. 
1,520,397; Dec. 23. 

Best, Prank E., Seattle, Wash. Cylinder lock. 1,500,297 ; 
July 8. 

Best, Frank E., Seattle, Wash. Parachute and means 
for launching same. 1,501,431; July 15. 

Best, Prank E., assignor to Frank E. IBest, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Padlock. 1,479,214 ; Jan. 1. 



Best, Frank E., assignor to P. B. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash.. Lock. 1,487,307 ; Mar. 18. 

Best, Prank B., Inc. (See Best, Frank B., assignor.) 

Best, Fred H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Aitiflcial line. 
1,479,051 ; Jan. 1. 

Best, Fred H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegi-aph Company. Testing appara- 
tus. 1,504,319; Aug. 12. 

Best, Harry S., assignor to C. S. Best, Galva, 111., ex- 
ecutrix of J. H. Best, deceased. Display rack. 
1,485,587; Mar. 4. 

Best, Ivan, Morland, Kans. Tire alarm. 1,483,543 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Best, John, assignor of one-half to J. J. Sherman, Detroit, 
Mich. Sod-cutting machine. 1,516,561 ; Nov. 25. 

Best, John H. (See Best, Harry S., assignor.) 

Best, John H., Galva, 111. Display truck. 1,515,824; 
Nov. 18. 

Best Lubricating Co. (See Mitchell, Malcolm E., as- 
signor.) 

Best, Norman A., Midland, Mich. Aligning jig. 
1,502,542 ; July 22. 

Best, Robb P. (See Mallory, L. V., and Best.) 

Best, W. N., Corp. (See Reimers, Matthias H., assignor.) 

Best, William, Chicago, 111. Key-chain reel. 1,485,663 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Beste, August, et al. (See Feely, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Beth, Hugo W. H., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Tunnel kiln. 1,485,110 ; Feb. 26. 

Beth, Hugo W. H., and M. P. Beecher, assignors to Nor- 
ton Company, Worcester, Mass. Tunnel kiln. 
1.485,109 ; Feb. 26. 

Bethel, Claude, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Flexible 
shaft. 1,511,390; Oct. 14. 

Bethenod, Joseph, Paris, France. Radio transmission 
system. 1,485,111 ; Feb. 26. 

Bethenod, Joseph, Paris. Prance. Calling system for 
radiosignaling. 1,499,310; June 24. 

Bethenod, Joseph, Paris, Prance. Radio transmission 
system. 1,515,331- Nov. 11. 

Betnenod, Joseph, and M. Latour, Paris, Prance. Doubly- 
tuned wireless receiver. 1,507,725 ; Sept. 9. 

Bethke, John P., and G. H. Fobian, assignors to Magnetic 
Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Magnetic pulley. 
1,515,719; Nov. 18. 

Bethke, Leo, Milwaukee, Wis., and H. C. FoUinger, Chi- 
cago, in. Can opener. 1,481.546; Jan. 22. 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Appleby, William H., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Bent, Henry B., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Coffey, John J., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Dittmar, Ferdinand C, 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Greenwell, Nevil, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Hoffer, James M., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Hummel, Howard H., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Madden, James P., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Merryweather, Hubert, 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Morgan, R. C, and 
Pelly, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Morgan, Rees C, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Schenck, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Schenck, C, and Bas- 
sett, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Schenck, C, Fine, and 
Ibach, assignors J 

Bethlehem Steel (jompany. (See Schulz, Paul A., as- 
Blgnor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company of New York, Inc. (See 
Abbott, Franklin E., assignor.) 

Betley, Stanislaw J., Philadelphia, Pa. Spittoon cleaner. 
1,486,621) ; Mar. 11. 

Bettcher Stamping & Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Peters, C. H., and Bump, assignors.) 

Bettenga, Creno P., Waterloo, Iowa. Watering device. 
1,480,367 ; Jan. 8. 

Bettez, Omer J., Derry, N. H. Vehicle direction indicator. 
1,480,042: Jan. 8. 

Bettis, William I., Los Angeles, Calif. Air lift. 
1,506,474 : Aug. 26. 

Betts, Arthur L. (See Davis, A., Betts, and Shield.) 

Bctts, Arthur L., Cincinnati. Ohio, assignor to A. Davis, 
ir,, Covington, Ky. Tank-vehicle safety mechanism. 
1,510,582 ; Oct. 7. 

Betts, Benjim.an F., Snn Francisco, Calif, .\ntitheft de- 
vice. T,'510,S23; Oct. 7. 

Betts. William B., Johnson City, N. Y'. Combined com- 
puting and record tape. 1,513,214 : Oct. 28. 

Betts, William B., Johnson City. N. Y. Recording and 
wage-computing clock. 1,513,215 ; Oct. 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentee's — Continued. 



Betulander, Gotthilf A., Sodertorns Villastad, and N. G. 
Palmgren, Stockholm, Sweden, assignors to The Relay 
Automatic Telephone Company Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Semiautomatic telephone system. 1,514,363 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Betz, Arthur. (See Fisher, H. J., and Betz.) 

Betz, Charles F., St. Louis, Mo. Pastry-cone machine. 
1,484,204 ; Feb. 19. 

Betz, Charles F., St. Louis, Mo. Method of and machine 
for making pastry cones. 1,484,205 ; Feb. 19. 

Betz, John, St. Cloud, Minn. Roller washline. 1,481,497 ; 
Jan. 22. 

Betz, William C, New Britain, Conn. Ball bearing and 
forming and assembling the same. 1,496,516 ; June 3. 

Beucke, August, Newark, N. J., assignor to The Keystone 
Watch Case Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Strap attach- 
ment for wrist watchcases. 1,498,070 ; June 17. 

Beugler, Edwin F., assignor to E & B Holmes Machinery 
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Fan. 1,484,055 : Feb. 19. 

Beugler, Edwin F., assignor to E. & B. Holmes Machinery 
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Compressor-jaw mounting for barrel 
machines. 1,516,662 : Nov. 25. 

Bevan, Llewellyn E. W., Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, 
South Africa. Bacteriological test apparatus. 
1,482,966 ; Feb. 5. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral ElectTic Company. Radio receiving system. 
1,487,308 ; Mar. 18. 

Beveridge, William K., assignor to George Nelson, Dale 
& Company, Limited, Warwick, England. Apparatus 
for drying sheets of edible gelatin. 1,516,663 ; Nov. 25. 

Bevill, William F., Fordyce, Ark. Automobile lock, coil, 
and housing therefor. 1,498,905 ; June 24. 

Bevill, William F., Fordyce, Ark. Automobile lock and 
housing therefor. 1,498,906 ; June 24. 

Bewan, James O., Miami, Fla. Roof-fastening device. 
1,498,947 ; June 24. 

Bewsick, William W., Shelby, Ohio. Belt punch and 
guide. 1,489,813; Apr. 8. 

Bewtes Products Corporation. (See Bateman, James B., 
assignor.) 

Beyer, Bertrand E., Paterson, N. J., assignor to General 
Norit Co., Ltd., New York. N. Y. Apparatus for feed- 
ing viscous materials. 1,515.993 ; Nov. 18. 

Beyer, Fred, Denver, Colo. Artificial flower. 1,510,031 ; 
feept. 30. 

Bever, Herbert G., assignor to Rae-Lite Manufacturing 
Co., Baltimore, Md. Parking light. Des. 66,221 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Beyer, Otto S.. Brooklyn, assignor to E. W. Bliss Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Toggle press. 1,511,214 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Sever, Robert, Meran, Italy. Electric furnace. 1,498,990 ; 
June 24. 

Bever, Robert, Meran, Italy. Electria furnace. 1,499,317 ; 
.June 24. 

Beyerl, Wayne K., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Switch mechanism. 1,490,726 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Beyerle, Gottlob W., Denver, Colo. Automatic oyster 
shucker. 1,499,965; July 1. 

Beverlen. Kurt. Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Stereoscope. 
1,494,728; May 20. 

Beyl, Emil A., Minneapolis, Minn. Friction clutch. 
1,516,138; Nov. 18. 

Beynon, Rees. (See Reeves, G. C, Hintz. and Beynon.) 

Beynon, Rees, Chicago, 111., assignor to Dryden Rubber 
Company. Machine for trimming rubber heels. 
1,490,691 ; Apr. 15. 

Bezaury, Salvador G., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Clutch 
release for tractors. 1,484.929 ; Feb. 26. 

Bezencenet, Maurice S. (See Bamber, Herbert W., as- 
signor.) 

Bezzenberger, Fred K., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Method 
of and apparatus for making metallic walls. 
1.506,966; Sept. 2. 

Bezzenberurer, Fred K., East Cleveland, assignor to R. S. 
Gehr, trustee, Cleveland. Ohio. Cutting-oil compound 
and making the same. 1,516,879 ; Nov. 25. 

Bialik. Paul. Eagle Park, 111. Adding machine. 
1.518.131 ; Dec. 9.. 

Blanchl, Attilio. (See Occhipinti, G., and Bianchl.) 

Bianco. Peter, New York, N. Y. Decanter. Des. 63.769 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Bias, Stanley C, Harrisburg, Pa. Toy. 1,500,047; 
July 1. 

Bibb, Carlisle H., New Brunswick, N. .T. Making alde- 
hydes and other oxidation products. Rol5.7.S9 : Mar. 11. 

Bibb, Thomas W., Ellensburg, Wash. Automobile Jack. 
1 .483.60.-^ : Feb. 1 2. 

Bibbins Ball Compass, Inc. (See Bibbins, Royal E., 
assignor.) 

Bibbins, Rnval E., assignor to Bibbins Ball Compass. 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Compass. 1,499.602 : July 1. 

Blbbv, James, London, England. Power-transmission 
coupling. Rel5,903 ; Aug. 26. 

Bibeau. A. V., et al. (See Wilson. Robert R., assignor.) 

Bice, William O., Logan, Iowa. Clothespin. 1,481,978; 
Jan. 29. 

Birkel. Henry F., PlalnfiPld, N. J., and B. J. Mlnnler. 
Watertown, N. Y., assignors to The New York Air 
Brake Company. Lubricator. 1,479,530; Jan. 1. 



Bickel, Henry F., Plainfield, N. J., and B. J. Minnier, 
Watertown, N. Y., assignors to The New York Air 
Brake Company. Controlling the release of automatic 
air brakes. 1,506,807 ; Sept. 2. 

Bickel, Henry F., Plainfield, N. J., and B. J. Minnier, 
Watertown, N. Y., assignors to The New York Air 
Brake Company. Air brake. 1,506,808 ; Sept. 2. 

Bickel, Henry F., Plainfield, N. J., and B. J. Minnier, 
Watertown, N. Y., assignors to The New York Air 
Brake Company. Air brake. 1,506,809 ; Sept. 2. 

Bickel, Joseph W., Chicago Heights, assignor of one-half 
to G. S. Bartlett, Evauston, 111. Meter. 1,483,039; 
Feb. 5. 

Blckell, George H. (See Durhin, V., and Bickell.) 

Bicker, Edgar B., St. Louis, Mo. Vending machine. 
1.521,350 ; Dec. 30. 

Bickerstaff, William 0., Smithville, W. Va. Blower at- 
tachment. 1,484,548; Feb. 19. 

Biclii-rtnii, RaliJli. Brooklyn. N. Y. Silent-alarm wrist 
watch. 1,483,768 : Feb. 12. 

Bickett, Le Roy M. (See Moldenhauer, E. F., and 
Bickett.) 

Bickford, Charles A^, Riverside, assignor to Phoenix- 
Hermetic Company, Chicago, 111. Lithograph-oven 
driving mechanism. 1,492,284 ; Apr. 29. 

Bickford. Ernest A., Worcester, Mass. Slipper. 
1,489,655 ; Apr. 8. 

Bickford. Guy R., assignor of one-half to H. V. Pettitt, 
Wayzata, Minn. Draft-preventing device. 1,520,799 ; 
Dec. aO. 

Bickley, Everett H., Upper Darby, Pa. Faucet. Des. 
65,364; Aug. 5. 

Bicliley, Everett H., Upper Darby, Pa. Automatic phono- 
graph stop and start device. 1,485,065 ; Feb. 26. 

Bickley, Ralph N. (See Bohan, W. J., and Bickley.) 

Bicknell, Eliot. (See Bicknell, Richard S., assignor.) 

Bicknell, George M., St. Louis, Mo. Fuel feed for inter- 
nal-combustion engines. 1.510,453 ; Oct. 7. 

BickneU, J. F., Lumber Company. (See Lewis, George 
W., assignor.) 

Bicknell, Richard S., Nitre, W. Va., assignor to E. Bick- 
nell, Newton Highlands, Mass. Calculating device. 
1,520,105 ; Dec. 23. 

Biddisou, Samuel. Los Angeles, Calif. Gas generator and 
burner. 1.483,709; Feb. 12. 

Biddle, Jacob S., and J. P. Thompson, Leavenworth, 
Kans. Clutch brake. 1,505,941 ; Aug. 26. 

Biddlecom Mfg. Co. (See Biddlecom, Roy W., assignor.) 

Blddlecom, Roy W., assignor to Biddlecom Mfg. Co., Glen- 
dale, Calif. Electric bed warmer. 1.486,412 ; Mar. 11. 

Biddulph, Herbert J., Valley Stream, N. Y. Apparatus 
for preparing copper cylinders for etching. 1,491,896 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Bldle, William S., assignor to The Copper Products Forg- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Producing copper trol- 
ley wheels. 1,494,409 ; May 20. 

Bldle, William S., assignor to The Copper Products Forg- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Making trolley wheels. 
1,494,410; May 20. 

Bldle, William S., assignor to The Copper Products Forg- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Trolley-wheel blank 
and making same. 1.494.411 : May 20. 

Bidwell, Earl E., Omaha, Nebr. Ice-cream scoop. 
1,508,915 : Sept. 16. 

Bidwell. (ieorge L. (See Hanks, G. R., Apgar, Bench, and 
Bidwell.) 

Bidwell. Paul W., Easthampton, assignor to B. F. Per- 
kins & Son. Inc.. Holyoke. Mass. Roll for paper-manu- 
facturing machines. 1,504,179 ; Aug. 5. 

Biebinger, David A., Janesville, Wis., assignor to General 
Motor Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Lifting mechanism 
for power-lift plows. 1,480.341 ; Jan. S. 

Biedekiipp, Helen F., Walton, N. Y. Flat-sided washtub. 
1.486,945; Mar. 18. 

Bleder, Herman, Cleveland, Ohio. Lamp holder. 
1.4n4..')27 : Mav 20. 

Biedermann, Hugo F., and C. E. Bridges, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Saw. 1,494.576; May 20. 

Biedermann, Paul R. G. (See Canfleld, W., and Bieder- 
mann.) 

Biedermann, Paul R. G., Taft. Calif. Belt clamp. 
1,485.950; Mar. 4. 

Biehl, Nicholas L., Los .\ngeles, Calif. Garment sup- 
port. 1.494,767; May 20. 

Biehn, Hobart G. (See Neumeyer, Horace F., assignor.) 

Bleker, Lawrence W., Hammond, Ind.. assignor to Ameri- 
can Steel Foundries, Chicago, 111. Slack-adjuster 
mechanism. 1,503.468; -iug. 5. 

Bielenberg, Claude N., and .V. E. Robison, Deer Lodge, 
Mont. Ore concentrator. 1.497.658: June 10. 

Bielouss, Ellas, assignor of one-half to The Institute of 
Industrial Research, Inc., Washington. D. C., one- 
fourth to W. A. Gibbons, and one-fourth to J. B. L. 
Orme, New York, N. Y. Treatment of aromatic ma- 
terials and products resulting therefrom. 1,402,094; 
Apr. 29. 

Bielouss, Elias. assignor to H. A. Gardner, Washington, 
D. C. Nitroohlor derivatives of open-chain hydrocar- 
bons and making same. 1.519.017 ; Dec. 9. 

Bleneman, Walter C, Chicago, 111. Typewriter desk. 
1.485,549 : Mar. 4. 

Bienenstok, Edsnr A., assignor to Milwaukee Tank Works, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Welding machine. 1,499,498; July 1. 



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Bienenstok, Edgar A., assignor to Milwaukee Tank Works, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Weldiug machine. 1,499,499 ; July 1. 

Bienenstok, Edgar A., assignor to Milwaukee Tank Works, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Thermostatic control for volatile 
fluid pumps. 1,508,045 ; Sept. 9. 

Bienert, Arnold, and E. Hackel, Burgstein, near Halda, 
Czechoslovakia. Adjustable T square. 1,489,625 ; 
Apr. 8. ^ 

Bierman, Edwin W., assignor to Standard Four Tire 
Company, Keokuk, Iowa. Automobile tire. Des. 
63,870 : Feb. 5. 

Biernat, Carl, Glasford, 111. Automobile light. 1,489,056; 
Apr. 1. 

Biersdorf, Mathew P., Los Angeles, Calif. Machine for 
cutting pockets in garments. 1,505,367 ; Aug. 19. 

Blesemeyer, Lorenz F., Chamois, Mo. Tie holder. 
1,497,203 ; June 10. ^ 

Biesen, Hugo A., and A. A. Bertrand, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Typing machine. 1,490,692 ; Apr. 15. 

Bieshuns, Richard I., New York, N. Y. Vanity case. 
1,507,573 ; Sept. 9. 

Biffar, Andreas, Mlltenberg, Germany. Pulper. 1,509,334 ; 
Sept. 23. . ^ 

Bjffar, Andr?as. Miltenberg, Germany. Machine for grind- 
ing and sifting wood pulp. 1,520,398 ; Dec. 23. 

Biflex Products Company. (See Grotenhuis, William J., 
assignor.) 

Biflex Products Company. (See Pancoast, William G., 
assignor.) 

Bigalski, John A., Chicago, 111. Speed-controlling device. 
1,512,573 : Oct. 21. 

Bigbie, Louis C, Cuthbert, Ga. Fuel-vaporizer attach- 
ment. 1,496,443 ; June 3. 

Bigelow, Eugene E., and P. Thompson, Pontiac, Mich. 
Tire cover. 1,495,665 ; May 27. 

Bigelow, Frank B., Detroit, Mich. Arch construction for 
furnaces. 1,488,468; Apr. 1. 

Bigelow, Frank B., Detroit, Mich. Furnace-roof con- 
struction. 1,496,202 ; June 3. 

Bigelow, Frank B., assignor to Murphy Iron Works, De- 
troit, Mich. Arcli construction for furnaces. 1,488,660 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Bigelow, Oliver P., Cleveland, Ohio. Vehicle lamp mount- 
ing. 1,505,532 ; Aug. 19. 

Bigge, Henry C, Bethlehem, Pa. Manufacturing low- 
carbon steels. 1,513,735 ; Nov. 4. 

Biggert, Florence C, jr., assignor to United Engineering 
& Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Rolling mill. 
1,487,007 : Mar. 18. 

Biggert, Florence C, jr., assignor to United Engineering 
•& Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for 
coiling strip material. 1,492,954 ; May 6. 

Biggert, Florence C, jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering and Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Shears. 1,500,600; July 8. 

Biggert, Florence C, jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering and Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Tool control. 1,505,764 ; Aug. 19. 

Biggert, Florence C, jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering and Foundry Company, Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Mill. 1,519.657 ; Dec. 16. 

Biggie, Joseph, Erie, Pa. Crossing signal. 1,513,085 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Biggs, Arthur D., South Bend, Ind. Basket-cover fas- 
tener. 1 ,502,.S68 : July 22. 

Biggs, Elbridge F., Frederick, Md. Electrical piano player. 
1,496,617 ; June 3. 

Biggs, Robert H., St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Paper 
tape maaazine holder. 1.519,480 : Dec. 16. 

Biggs, Robert M., Wakefield, Mass. Kitchen utensil. 
1,501,741 ; July 15. 

Biggs, Thomas A., Sioux City, Iowa, and A. E. Vance, 
Long Beach, Calif. Traveling copy for typists. 
1,488,459 ; Mar. 25. 

Bigham, John H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Window-frame con- 
struction. 1,497,204 : June 10. 

Bigler, Frederick A., Chippewa Falls, Wis. Motor-ve- 
hicle trunk. 1,514,885 ; Nov. 11. 

Bigler, Oscar A., Wyoming. Ohio, assignor to The Philip 
Carey Manufacturing Company. Building material. 
1.501,512; .Tuly 15. 

Blglow, Harriette M., New York, N. Y. Table-top cover. 
1,493,952 ; May 13. 

Blgnan, Jacques, assignor to Etablissements Industrlels 
Jacques Bignan, Courbevoie, France. System of con- 
trol for the distributing gears of heat engines. 
1.490,656: Apr. 15. 

Bigney, S. O., & Company. (See Payette, Joseph A., as- 
signor.) 

Bigoney, Thomas W., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe heel. 
1,482,456 : Fob. 5. 

Bigoney, Thomas W., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe heel. 
1,482,457; Feb. 5. 

Bigot, Alexandre, Paris, Prance. Drying kiln. 1,497,084 ; 
June 10. 

Bicwood, Albert V., Scotia, and L. Kozplek. Schenectady, 
N. Y. Rotary toothbrush. 1.514,420 ; Nov. 4. 

Bihn, William H., Petaluma, Calif. Egg tray. 1,492,417; 
Apr. 29. 

Bijur, Jo.'^pph, nsRignor. by mesne assignments, to Eclipsp 
Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Engine-starting 
apparatus. 1.511,823; Oct. 14. 



Bilancia, Michael. (See Seazholtz, J., and Bilancia.) 
Biles, Reginald W., Balcombe, England. Protective sys- 
tem for electric conductors. 1,489,517 ; Apr. 8. 
Bilflnger, Robert. (See Specketer, H., Soil, and Bil- 

tinger.) 
Bill§, Leon, Nogent-sur-Marne, France. Method of and 

apparatus for use in the manufacture of pipes, tubes, 

and the like. 1,499,719 ; July 1. 
Billerbeck, Clemence J., administrator. (See Arnoldi, 

Herman.) 
Billingham, Jethro, assignor of one-third to W. P. Wem- 

linger and one-third to L. Bauer, Columbus, Ohio. 

Apparatus for forming chain links. 1,491,662 ; Apr. 22. 
Billings, Clarence E., New Haven, and D. S. Sammis, 

Stratford, assignors to The New Haven Sand Blast 

Company, New Haven, Conn. Sand-blast apparatus^ 

1,491,663 ; Apr. 22. 
Billings, Frank. (See Greenleaf, Robert P., assignor.) 
Billings, Frank, and R. P. Greenleaf, Cleveland, Ohio ; 

said Greenleaf assignor to said Billings. Loading ma- 
chine. Rel5,764 ; Feb. 12. 
Billings, J. R., Iron and Steel Company. (See Billings, 

James R., assignor.) 
Billings, James R., assignor to J. R. Billings Iron and 

Steel Company, Chicago, 111. Treating molten cast iron 

or steel. 1,484,465 ; Feb. 19. 
Billings, Josiah Q., Shreveport, La. Tractor attachment. 

1.509,748; Sept. 23. 
Billings, Josiah Q., Shreveport, La. Tractor attachment. 

1,509,749 ; Sept. 23. 
Billings, Marion L., Adrian, Mich. Liquid-fuel-dispensing 

apparatus. 1,521.070; Dee. 30. 
Billings, Nelson O., Seattle, Wash. Keyless lock. 

1,489,588 ; Apr. 8. 
Billingsley, iPercy L., Cincinnati, Ohio. Circle-sawing ma- 
chine. 1,496,618; June 3. 
Billington, Theophilus, Clearwater, Fla. Clamp. 1,483,769 ; 

Feb. 12. 
Billington, Theoohilus, Clearwater, Fla. Quick-acting 

bench vise. 1,489,110 ; Apr. 1. 
Billon, Frederic. (See Hurlimann, E., Billon, and Bohli.) 
Billon, Frederic. (See Schneider, J., Billon, and Hurli- 
mann.) 
Billow, Elmer E., Evanston, assignor of one-half to A. M. 

Allen, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for distillation of min- 
eral oils. 1,507,659 ; Sept. 9. 
Billows, Arthur J., London, England. Apparatus for 

aerating liquids. 1,490,727 ; Apr. 15. 
Bills, John H., deceased, by M. R. Bills, administratrix, 

Denver, Colo. Apparatus for blasting by the use of 

electricity. 1,483.209; Feb. 12. 
Rills. Mollie R., administratrix. (See Bills, John H.) 
Billstein, Aaron M., Ridenvood, Md. Box. 1,497,536 ; 

June 10. 
Bilodeau, Arthur J., Melbourne, Quebec, Canada. Preight- 

car-door lock. 1,519.717: Dec. 16. 
Bilodeau, William, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Cheese 

cutter. 1,500,179 ; July 8. 
Bilotti. Salvatore P., and J. H. Leonard, New York, N. Y. 

Candle. Des. 64,623 ; May 13. 
Bilton, George E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Fall-leaf 

table. 1,516.323 ; Nov. 18. 
Bilyeu, Isaac V., Putnam, 111. Pendulum. 1,485,664 ; 

Mar. 4. 
Bimler. Joseph J., Michigan, N. Dak. Coal scuttle. 

1,500,048; July 1. 
Binder, Arnold, Chicago, 111. Chair. 1,493,663 ; May 13. 
Binder, Jacob G., Bromley, Ky. Sink-drain water stop. 

1.511,017: Oct. 7. 
Binder. Jacob G., Bromley, Ky. Sink-drain stop. 

1,511,018; Oct. 7. 
Binder, John, and E. Alberti, New York, assignors to 

International Cork Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Feeding 

attachment for crown-cork-making machines. 1,491,770 ; 

Apr. 22. 
Binder. John L., Barnesboro, Pa. Safety package. 

1.509,123 : Sept. 23. 
Binder. Joseph P.. Ludlow, Ky. Dust receptacle. 

1,498,341 ; June 17. 
Binder, Leo J., Spokane, Wash. Grate. 1,487,528; 

Mar. 18. 
Binder, Otto K., Geneseo, N. Y. Gate hinge. 1,490,956 ; 

Apr. 22. 
Bindon, George H., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Electric 

cooker or heating unit. 1,520,321 ; Dec. 23. 
Bindschedler, Emile, Lansdowne, Pa. assignor to Tubize 

Artificial Silk Company of America. Recovery of 

ammonia and other valuable chemicals from waste 

denltration liquors. 1,490,728 ; Apr. 15. 
Bindschedler. Theodore S., assignor to Burroughs .\dding 

Machine Company, Detroit, Mich. Time switch for 

adding machines. 1.510.917 ; Oct. 7. 
Binford. Edwin B., Pasadena, Calif. Porcine stain and 

the like into shingles in bundles. 1,516.036; Nov. 18. 
Binford. Rorman S.. Modesto. Calif. Almond separator 

and grader. 1,517,941 ; Dee. 2. 
Binford, .John A. (See Kyle. K. J., Binford, and Wad- 
dell.) 
UiiiL'. William S., Snn Diego, Calif. Branding apparatus. 

1..'">in,4«1 ■ Dec 16. 
BIngay, Robert V,, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pitts- 

burgh Transformer Company. Transformer, 1,489,303; 

Apr. R. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Transformer Company. Filter. 1,498,537 : 
June 24. 

Bingay, Robert V.. Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Transformer Company. Transformer-cooling means. 
1,500,793; July 8. 

Bingen, William J., and H. W. Olsen, Larimore, N. Dak. 
Carriage-rocking device. 1,50S,juo : Sept. 16. 

Bingham, George W.. New York, N. X. Moving-picture 
machine. 1,508,673 ; Sept. 16. 

Bingham, Samuel H. (See Fraser, Edwin J., assignor.) 

Bingham, Tom, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Indicator. 
1,503.345 ; July 29. 

Bingman. Frederick P., assignor to Fisher Bodv Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Painting booth. 1,502,844 ; 
July 29. 

Bingman, Harry B., Robinson, Kans. Attachment for 
corn shellers. 1,503,149 ; July 29. 

Binkley, Edward L., Omaha, Nebr. Bench plate. 
1.504,420: .\ug. 12. 

Binkley, John L., Greenville, Ohio. Knockdown box. 
1,507,042; Sept. 2. 

Binkovitz. Reuben, Brooklyn, X. T. Mattress ticking. 
Des. 66,065; Nov. 25. 

Binks, Harry D. (See Sausen, B. R., and Binks, as- 
signors.) 

Binks, Harry D., River Forest, 111. Spray appliance. 
1,480,594; Jan. 15. 

Binks Spray Equipment Co. (See Sausen, B. E., and 
Binks, assignors.) 

Binney, Eric A., Sheffield, England, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Con- 
trol of electric motors. 1.511.391 ; Oct. 14. 

Binney & Smith Co. (See Raynolds, James W., as- 
signor. ) 

Binnie, Robert, Bolivar, Pa. Rotary reciprocating drill. 
1,497,476; June 10. 

Binns. Ralph H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Receptacle. 1,493,594 ; 
May 13. 

Binns, Ralph H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Closure member. 
1,506,285 ; Aug. 26. 

Binns, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Closure lock. 
1,506,286; Aug. 26. 

Binns, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Glove closure. 
1.507,153; Sept. 2. 

Biolo^vt, Jan, and F. Holesa, Hartford, Ark. Potato 
planter. 1,497,537 ; June 10. 

Bioscope Improvements Limited. (See Way, Edward J., 
assignor.) 

Birbaum, Joseph. (See Often, B. A., and Birbaum.) 

Birbaum, Joseph, assignor to Milwaukee Stamping Co., 
West Allls, Wis. Support for garment hangers. 
1.489.733 ; Apr. 8. 

Birch, Arthur E. (See Hindle, T., and Birch.) 

Birch, Gustaf B. (See Cameron, J. A., and Birch.) 

Birch, James R., Manchester, England. Drying and con- 
ditioning machine for cereals. 1,488,903 ; Apr. 1. 

Birch, Sydney, Mansfield, Mass. Cloth or sheet stretch- 
ing mechanism and process. 1,508,501 ; Sept. 16. 

Blrchall, William. Ashton-under-Lyne, England. Smok- 
ing pipe. 1,493,236; May 6. 

Bircher Co., The. (See Keiser, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Birch-Field, Charles A., Darchmont, N. Y. Electric ap- 
paratus. 1,488,310; Mar. 25. 

Birchfield, Robert W., Tacoma, Wash. Making parts of 
boilers. 1,481,408; Jan. 22. 

Bird, Charles S., East Walpole, Mass. Wad for shot 
shells or cartridges. 1,480,595 : Jan. 15. 

Bird. George H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spool. 1,520,003 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Bird, John T. (See Durick, H. C. and Bird.) 

Bird, Joseph. (See Rankin, William C, assignor.) 

Bird. Len O.. Salt Lake City, Utah. Draft rigging. 
1,510,824 ; Oct. 7. 

Bird Machine Company. (See Clarke, Ralph S., assignor. > 

Bird Machine Company. (See Hammond, James W.. 
assignor.) 

Bird, Reginald W. (See Regnier, Adrien E., assignor.) 

Bird & Son. Inc. (See Pettingii:. Walter E., assignor.) 

Bird, Thomas J., Seattle, Wash. Lifting jack. 1,486,179 : 
Mar. 11. 

Bird, Walter J., Flushing, N. Y. Advertising apparatus. 
1.49.9..S41 : June 17. 

Bird, William, St. .Albans. England. Antivibration sus- 
pension device. 1.506.557 ; Aug. 26. 

Bird. William W.. and L. W. Rawson, Worcester, Mass. 
Machine for grinding the points of twist drills. 
1.495.316: Mav 27. 

Birdsall, Claude H.. New Rochelle, N. Y. Coin assorter. 
1.512.447: Oct. 21. 

Birdsall. George A., Gait, 111. Ventilated hat. 1,518.132 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Birdsall, James E. (See Varnum, A. C, and Birdsall.) 

Birdsall. William IT.. Montclalr. assicrnor. by mesne ns- 
sicnments. to Empire Mllklnc Machine Company. 
Bloomfleld. N. .L Milkinc machine. 1.494..'i77 : Mav 20. 

Blrd.'Jboro Stone Company. (See Brawn, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

Birdsey, Charles R.. Hinsdale, a.sslgnor to Fnlted States 
Gvpsura Comp.Tnv, Chicago, 111. Plaster lath. 
1. ■487.370: Mar. 18. 



1.485.951 ; Mar. 4. 
A., assignor.) 
Flexible coupling. 

Building unit. 



(See Banbury, Fernley H.. 
Iron Foundry. (See Gordon. William A., 



Birdsey, Charles R., Hinsdale, assignor to United States 
Gypsum Company, Chicago. 111. Apparatus for con- 
structing pl«ster board. 1.514.827 ; Nov. 11. 

Birdsey, Charles R., Hinsdale, assignor to United States 
Gypsum Company, Chicago, 111. Plaster board. 
1.515.3S0 ; Nov. 11. 

Birdsey, Charles R., Hinsdale, assignor to United States 
Gypsum Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for binding 
the edges of plaster wall board. 1,518,243 ; Dec. 9. 

Birdseye, Clarence, Yorktown Heights, N. Y. Preserv- 
ing piscatorial products. 1.511,824 ; Oct. 14. 

Birger, Isaac, Zurich, assignor to R. Ernst. Pregassona, 
near Lugano, Switzerland. Method and device for 
muffling the noise of the exhaust gases of internal- 
combustion engines. 1,490.957 : Apr. 22. 

Birk, Glover M., Indianapolis, Ind. Tannin vegetable 
glue. 1.490.309 : Apr. 15. 

Blrk, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to International 
Gauge & Appliance Corporation. Coinbined liquid- 
level and specific-gravity indicator. 

Birkett, Thomas. (See Corry, James 

Birkholz. Hans, sr., Milwaukee, Wis. 
1.511,702 : Oct. 14. 

Birkholz, Joseph A., Orange, N. J. 
1,484,206; Feb. 19. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bois Colombes, France. Clutch. 1.493,237; 
May 6. 

Birkigt, Marc. Bois Colombes, France. Universal joint. 

l.-ilO.OOO: Dec. 16. 
Birkin, Charles W., and E. T. Sands, assignors to Birkin 

and Company, Broadway, Nottingham, England. Lace. 

Des. 65,094 ; July 8. 
Birkin, Charles W., and E. T. Sands, assignors to Birkin 

and Company, Broadway, Nottingham, England. Lace. 

Des. 65,095 : July 8. 
Birkin, Charles W.. and E. T. Sands, assignors to Birkin 

and Company, Nottingham, England. Lace. Des. 

65.896; Nov. 4. 
Birkin, Charles W., and E. T. Sands, assignors to Birkin 

and (iompanv. Nottingham, England. Lace. Des. 

C5.S97 ; Nov. 4. 
Birkin and Company. (See Birkin, C. W., and Sands, 

assignors.) 

Birmingham Iron Foundry. 

assignor.) 
Birmingham 

assignor.) 
Birmingham, Thomas F., Hammond Ind., assignor ro The 

Superheater Company, New York, N. Y. Method of and 

apparatus for forging manifolds on pipes. 1,503.469 ; 

Aug. 5. * 

Birnliach. Ray M.. Little Rock, Ark. Monument mold. 

1.520.849 : Dec. 30. 
Birnbaum. Leo, New York, N. Y. Powder container. 

1.495,723 : May 27. 
Birney, George C. Chester, Pa. Household-boiler con- 
nection. 1,486,475: Mar. 11. 
Bimie. John J.. Birnie. Manitoba, Canada. Shocking 

machine. 1.484.700; Feb. 26. 
Birnstock. William W., assignor to York Milk Machinery 

Company. York. Pa. Bottle crate. 1,493.238 ; Mav 6. 
Bir6, Albert, and E. E. Heintz, Detroit. Mich. Window- 
regulator bearing. 1.503,470 ; Aug. 5. 
Birrell, Gavin R.. Salt Lake City, Utah. Power-generat- 
ing attachment for airplanes. 1.504,085 : .-iug. 5. 
Birtch, Fred W.. assignor to Bastian-Morley Co.. Laporte. 

Ind. Hot-water-tank cover or jacket. 1.484.056 : 

Feb. 19. 
Birtch, Fred W.. assignor to Bastian-Morlev Co., Laporte. 

Ind. Valve or gas cock. 1,484,290 ; Feb. 19. 
Birtch, Fred W., assignor to Bastian-Morlev Company, 

Laporte, Ind. Thermostatic valve. 1,491.189 : Apr. 22. 
Bisaillon. Hector E. (See Mills. W. S., and Bisaillon.) 
Bischof, Ulrich, assignor to the Finn Gebr. Staubll * 

Co., Horgen. Switzerland. Book-fastening machine. 

1,485,905 : Mar. 4. 
Itiscboff, Alphonse. Los Angeles, Calif. Yigormi^ti'r. 

1.504.929 : Aug. 12. 
Bisol. Lloyd M. and W. I., Williamsport. Pa. Dirigible 

hoadlietit for automobiles. 1.513.736 ; Nov. 4. 
Bisel, William I. (See Bisel, Lloyd M. and W. I.) 
Bisev. Sunker A., New York, N. Y. Rowing meehanisnr. 

1.510,4.54 : Oct. 7. 
Bishir. Marlon S., Canyon, Tex. 

1.502.015: Julv 22. 
Bishop, Addison, St. Louis, Mo. 

1,506,1.55; Aug. 26. 
Bishop. Alfred F., .\udubon, N. J 

1.502.331 : Julv 22. 
Bishop & Babco'ck Company, The. 

and Patton, assignors.) 
Bishop & Babcock Company, The. 

A., assignor.) 
BIshop-Babcock-Becker Company, The. 

head, Edward H.. assignor.) 
Bishop. Carl K., Mitchellville. Iowa. Boiler for steam 

engines and the liko. l..">19.435 : Dec. 16. 
Bishop, Dealev F., Greenville. Tex. Auto jack. 1.481.676; 

.Tan. 22. 
Bishop, Earl H.. assignor to Daubenspeck CTliain Com- 

panv. Butler, Pa. Traction-chain adjuster. 1.515.332 ; 

Nov. 11. 



Valve-grinding device. 

Pop-corn-candy mixer. 

J. Shrubbery clipper. 

(See Miller. M. P.. 

(See Sebrlng. James 



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Bishop, Edward L., Atlanta, Ga. Mail-box lock and 

collection indicator. 1,495,980 ; June 3. 
Bishop, Frederic L.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Making conduits. 

1,519,658 ; Dec. 16. 
Bishop, George B., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile inclo- 

sure. 1,485,012; Feb. 26. 
Bishop, George E., luka. Miss. Shovel fastening. 

1,517,942 ; Dec. 2. 
Bishop, George T., and W. R. Hagerman, Chehalis, Wash. 

Sterilizing apparatus. 1,483,325; Feb. 12. 
Bishop, George W., New York, N. Y. Game apparatus. 

1,499,905 ; July 1. 
Bishop, Howard B. (See Mullen, George W., assignor.) 
Bishop, Howard B., Summit, N. J. Aluminum compound. 

1.480,928; Jan. 15. 
Bishop, James A., Chicago, 111. Coke-oven construction. 

1,497,769 ; June 17. 
Bishop, John L., Beetown, Wis. Sliding door. 1,487,045 ; 

Mar. 18. 
Bishop, John L., Jackson, Tenn. Garter or sleeve holder. 

1,500,223; July 8. 
Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Company, Chicago, 111. Tray 

for phonograph records, etc. 1,504,421 ; Aug. 12. 
Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilnrington, Del. 

Molding die. 1,504,422 ; Aug. 12. 
Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 

Brunswick-Balke-CoIlender Company, Chicago, 111. (la- 

ble-Ieg shoe. 1,506,043 ; Aug. 26. 
Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to Bruns- 
wick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Molding press. 1,515,540 ; Nov. 11. 
Bishop, Joseph W., and J. O. Matteson, Muskegon, Mich., 

assignors to The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, 

Chicago, 111. Bowling pin. 1,520,106 ; Dee. 23. 
Bishop, Joseph W., and J. O. Matteson, Muskegon, Mich., 

assignors to The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, 

Chicago, 111. Bowling pin. 1,520,107 ; Dec. 23. 
Bishop, Joseph W., and J. O. Matteson, Muskegon, Mich., 

assignors to The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, 

Chicago, 111. Bowling pin. 1,520,108 ; Dec. 23. 
Bishop, Joseph W., and J. O. Matteson, Muskegon, Mich., 

assignors to The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, 

Chicago. 111. Bowling pin. 1,520,109 ; Dec. 23. 
Bishop, Lewis, Arcadia, Fla. Spraying machine. 

1,498,608 ; June 24. 
Bishop, Newton J., St. Louis, Mo. Carpet beater. 

1.504,.S20; Aug. 12. 
Bishop, Newton J., St. Louis, Mo. Trousers creaser and 

holder. 1,515,426; Nov. 11. 
Bishop, Newton J., St. Louis, Mo. Curtain-rod bracket. 

1.509,390 : Sept. 23, 
Bishop, William G., ' Oklahoma City, Okla, Game. 

1,503,294; July 29. 
Bishop, William M.. Beaufort, S. C. Advertising device. 

1.513,151 : Oct. 28. 
Bissell, Carl H., Syracuse, assignor to Electric Outlet 

Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Outlet box. 1,490,252 ; 

Apr. 15. 
Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 

Syracuse, N. Y. Electric Lantern. 1,503,873 ; Aug. 5. 
Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 

Syracuse, N. Y. Combined fuse and switch block. 

1,513,691 ; Oct. 28. 
Bissell, Claude W., Toronto, assignor to J, H. Franklin, 

Watford. Ontario, Canada. Cap for railk bottles. 

1,513,959 ; Nov. 4. 
Bissell, David J., jr., assignor to Otis Automatic Train 

Control Incorporated, Spokane, Wash. Ramp device 

for automatic train-control apparatus. 1,496,762 ; 

June 3. 
Bissell, David J., jr., assignor to Otis Automatic Train 

Control Incorporated, Spokane, Wash. Railway safety 

system. 1.512,194; Oct. 21. 
Bissell, David J., jr., assignor to Otis Automatic Train 

Control Incorporated, Spokane, Wash. Ramp valve 

for automatic train-control apparatus. 1,512,195 ; 

Oct. 21. 
Bissell, David J., jr., assignor to Otis Automatic Train 

Control Incorporated, Spokane, Wash. Direction valve 

for automatic train-control apparatus. 1,513,028 ; 

Oct. 28. 

Bissell. David J., jr,, assignor to Otis Automatic Train 
Control . Incorporated, Spokane, Wash. Automatic 
speed-control valve for trains. 1,515,825 ; Nov. 18. 

Bissell, Don W., Buffalo assignor to National Aniline & 
Chemical Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Production of 
m-fimino-benzaldehyde. 1,499,761 ; July 1. 

Bissell, Don W., Buffalo, assignor to National Aniline & 
Chemical Company. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Production 
of meta-nitrobenzaldohyde. 1,509,412 ; Sept. 23. 

Bissell, Don W., and R. B. McCann, Buffalo, assignors 
to National Aniline & Chemical Conijiaiiy, Inc., New 
York. N. Y. Triphenylmethane compound and produc- 
ing same. 1,509,413 ; Sept. 23. 

Bissell, Robert W., New York, N. Y., assignor to Vegeta- 
ble Oil Securities Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Process 
of and apparatus for treating oils. 1,508,709; Sept, 16. 

Bissell, William H., et al. (See Frederick, Hufro E., 
ftssignor.) 



Blsset, Wallace J., Bloomsburg, and M. S. Evans, Ber- 
wick, Pa., assignors to American Car and Foundry 
Company, New York, N. Y. Electric heater. 1,509,097 : 
Sept. 23. 

Bitner, John S., Fort Wayne, Ind. Vehicle. 1,479,887 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Bittenbender, Samuel T., Brookllne, and J. G. Allan, 
Quincy, Mass. Heat-treating furnace. 1,489,626 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Blttner, Joseph R., assignor to Griffith Tool Works, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Spreader structure. 1,480,985 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Bivens, Joe P., assignor to Michael and Bivens Incor- 
porated, Gastonia, N. C. Switch mounting for machines 
having Individual motors. 1,481,280 ; Jan. 22. 

Bivins, Ike, Independence, Kans. Kiln. 1,486,359 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Bixby, Frederick L., T. B. Gibson, and E. W. Cheney, 
Reno. Nev. Nut lock. 1,483,924 ; Feb. 19. 

Bixby, Matilee I., assignor to M. Lowenstein & Sons, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. Des. 63,992 ; Feb. 19. 

Bixby, Matilee I., assignor to M. Lowenstein & Sons, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. Des. 64,337 ; 
Apr. ]. 

Bixby, Matilee I., assignor to M. Lowenstein & Sons, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. Des. 64,338 ; Apr. 1. 

Bixby, Walter. (See Hathaway, B. F.. and Bixby.) 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Tuft-tube frame for weaving. 
1,519,987 ; Dec. 16. 

Bixler, Lewis S., assignor to Kenton Hardware Co., Ken- 
ton, Ohio. Toy auto circus calliope. Des. 65,319 ; 
July 29. 

Bixler, Lewis S., assignor to Kenton Hardware Co., 
Kenton, Ohio. Toy auto circus animal cage. Des. 
65,320 ; July 29. 

Bixler, Ralph B., and W. E. Steadman, Denver, Colo. 
Hydraulic brake. 1,480,194 ; Jan. 8. 

Bizzell, James A., Baltimore, Md. Pipe wrench. 
1,479,642; .Tan, 1. 

Bjorge, Oscar B., Portland, Oreg., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Clyde Iron Works, Duluth, Minn. Log- 
ging mechanism. 1,505,242 ; Aug. 19. 

Bjork, Johan G., Oakland, Calif. Dust cap for tire 
vHlves. t.494.578: May 20. 

Bjorklund-Aspergn, Anna, Stockholm, Sweden. Display 
holder and container for educational cards. 1,506,156 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Bjorklund. Clifford H., and J. P. Johnson, Fergus Falls, 
Minn. Dumping body. 1.521,171 ; Dec. 30. 

Bjorklund. Eric G., Bridgeport, Conn. Smoking pipe. 
1.512,670: Oct. 21. 

Bjorklund, William A. (See Holmquist, A., and Bjork- 
lund.) 

Bjorlee, Anton H., Welch, Minn. Auction-sale recorder. 
1.498,948 ; .Tune 24. 

Bjorlin, Harold E., Duluth, Minn. Bread-slicing machine. 
1,500,434; July 8. 

Bjornsson, Carl A., Wellsville, N. Y. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,509,924 ; Sept. 30. 

Bjornstad, Alfred W., St. Paul, Minn. Relief map. 
1,504,321 ; Aug. 12. 

Bjornstad, Willard A., and R. A. Silene, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Electric oven for dental purposes. 1,479,951 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Blabon, George W., Company, The. (See Tamberlin, 
John, assignor.) 

Blache, Walter C, Englewood, N. J. Racket. 1,502,845 ; 
July 29. 

Black, Clarence C, Brookville, Ohio. Adjustable traction 
cleat. 1,485,364 : Mar. 4. 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Brogan, Graham W.. assignor.) 

Black, Edward S., Chicago, 111., assignor to Inland En- 
gineering Company. Dipper for excavating machines. 
1,496,407; June 3. 

Black, Elmer A., Louisville. Ky. Pool-ball cabinet. 
1,482,965; Feb. 5. 

Black, Gporgp H,, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for making insoles. 1,479.277; Jan. 1. 

Black, George H., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to United 
Shop Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making 
insoles. 1,479,405 ; Jan. 1. 

Black. George L., San Bernardino, Calif. Electrical 
Viiried-light apparatus. 1,483.710; Feb. 12. 

niack, John C. (See Weir, J. W., and Black.) 

Black. Joseph, Los Angeles, Calif. Manufacturing liquid 
fuel. 1,480,368 ; Jan. 8. 

Black, Joseph J., assignor to The Master Tire & Rubber 
Company, Davton. Ohio. Tire. Des. 63.928; Feb. 12. 

Black. Joseph W., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to 
F. Davenport. Oil gauge for crank cases. 1,516,139 ; 
Nov, 18. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont, Tex. Rotary drilling machine. 
1.490,759; Apr. 15. 

Black, Lee J,, Beaumont, lex. ITose connection. 
1.490,760; Apr. 15. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont. Tex. Self-lubricating cross- 
bond. 1.495.,S77 : l\I:iv 27. 

Black, Robert J.. Kansas City, Kans. Pressure distilla- 
tion. 1,510,918 ; Oct. 7. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Black, Robert S., assignor to Special Cliemicals Com- 
pany, Highland Park, 111. Composition for dental use. 

1.516,140; Nov. 18. 
Black Rock Mfg. Co., The. (See Nicholas, William, 

assignor. ) 
Black, Samuel D., and A. G. Decker, Baltimore, Sid., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to The Maryland Trust 

Company, trustee. Electrically-driven tool. 1,492,095 ; 

Apr. 29. 
Black, Thomas C. Memphis, Tenn. Saw gummer and 

sharpener. 1,508,588 ; Sept. 16. 
Black, William L., Kansas City, Kans. Combination pen- 
nant and flag holder. 1,487,008 ; Mar. 18. 
Black. William M., Hanford, Calif. Lawn trimmer. 

1,484,755 ; Feb. 26. 
Blackburn. Arthur H., and S. A. Arnrstrong, Sarnia 

Ontario, Canada, assignors to The Underfeed Stoker 

Company of America, Detroit, Mich. Underfeed stoker 

1,511,442 ; Oct. 14. 
Blackburn, Felix, Feeding Hills, assignor to J. L. Wvck 

off, E. N. White, and G. F. Jenks, Holyoke, Mass. 

trustees, doing business as the Cowan Truck Company 

Truck. 1.491.025 : Apr. 22. 
Blackburn, George B. (See Pence, John W., assignor.) 
Blackburn, Guy W., Elgin, 111. Speedometer. 1,514,125 

Nov. 4. 
Blackburn. Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Electrical con 

nection for automobiles. 1,480,656 ; Jan. 15. 
Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Differentia 

drive clutch for automobiles. 1,499, .336 ; July 1. 
Blackburn, Jasper, St. Louis, Mo. Spark-plug. 1,503,974 

Aug. 5. 
Blackburn, Jasper, St. Louis, Mo. Socket. 1,514,194 

Nov. 4. 
Blackburn, McMaster S., et al., trustees. (See Black 

burn, McMaster S., assignor.) 
Blackburn, McMaster S., San Antonio, Tex., assignor to 

M. S. Blackburn and J. S. Arrington, trustees for the 

Petroleum Engineering Company. Automatic pump 

control. 1,507,454 ; Sept. 2. 
Blackford. Ralph E., Middletown, Ohio. Metal keg. 

1,481,453 ; Jan. 22. 
Blackford, Ralph E., Middletown. Ohio. Metal keg. 

1.516,073 ; Nov. 18. 
Blackhurst, Ernest H. (See Lewtas, J., and Blackhurst.) 
biackledge. Herbert H. (See McNeill, W. G., and 

Blackledge. ) 
Blackman, Albert E.. New York, N. Y. Metal-bos corner 

fastener. 1,517,528 ; Dec. 2. 
Blackman, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Bottle. Des. 

65.048 ; July 1. 
Blackman, Vere C, Fond du Lac, Wis., assignor to The 

National Automatic Tool Co., Richmond, Ind. Multiple 

drill. 1.487,195: Mar. 18. 
Blackmer, Waldo H., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Tvedt- 

Smith Company. Plane blade. 1.487,529; Mar. 18. 
Blackmore, Benjamin, Akron, Ohio. Auto signal. 

1.507.455 ; Sept. 2. 
Blackmore, Lloyd. (See Champion. A., and Blackmore.) 
Blackmore, Lloyd, Highland Park, Mich. Control mecha- 
nism. 1,406,974 ; June 10. 
Blackmore, Lloyd, Highland Park, assignor to General 

Motors CoriK)ration, Detroit, Mich. Shackle bolt. 

1,480,342 ; Jan. 8. 
Blackmore, Lloyd, Highland Park, assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Valve for inter- 
nal - combustion engines and making the same. 

1,498,520; June 17. 
Blackmore, Lloyd, Highland Park, assignor to Gener.Tl 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Friction-driven 

farm tractor. 1,505,533 ; Aug. 19. 
Blackmore, Lloyd, Highland Park, assignor to General 

Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Starting mech- 
anism. 1,520.681 : Dec. 23. 
Blackshear, Henry G., Leslie, Ga. Pin. 1,489,111 ; 

Apr. 1. 
Blackshear, Robert K., Corsicana, Tex. Paste tube and 

brush holder. 1,487,085; Mar. 18. 
Blackstone Manufacturing Company. See Oberg, Gun- 

nard A., assignor.) 
Blnckweldor, Bert R., Laporte, Ind. Tire material 

1.520.925 : Dec. 30. 
Blackwoll. Daniel W., San Diego. Calif. Bolt apparatus 

for doors and windows. 1,516,628 ; Nov. 25. 
Blackwell, Harrj' A.. St. Louis, Mo., and R. M. Watson. 

Detroit, Midi. Leaf holder for loose-leaf binders. 

1.481,342; Jan. 22. 
Blackwell, Henry F., Ilichland, N. Y. Tractor attachment 

for automobiles. 1.493.239 : Mav 6. 
Blackwell. Reuben L., et al. (See Crutchfleld, Phillips E., 

assignor.! 
Blackwell, William T. (See Robinson, G. P., and Black- 
well.) 
Blackwell, William W.. Marblehill. Ga. Rail seat or 

brace. 1.4S3.770 : Feb. 12. 
Black woof>, John .\. P., New York. N. Y. .'Automatic 

match and toothpick box. 1,504.."09 ; Au,g. 12. 
Bladen. .John T. (See Knoth. Conrad, jr.. assignor.) 
Blades, Robert, Chicago, 111. Skinning knife. 1,484,018 ; 

Feb. 26. 
Blneker. Joseph, assignor of one-half to M. Eisensteln, 

New York, N. Y. Connector for chain links. 1,483,210 ; 

Feb. 12. 



Blaetz, Harry M., Philadelphia, Pa. Process and backing 
for use in lead molding for electrotypes. 1,505,082 
Aug. 19. 

Blain, James, Springfield, Mo. Cheese cutter. 1.513,476 
Oct. 28. 

Blaine, John E., jr., Cincinnati, assignor to The Globe 
Wernicke Company, Norwood, Ohio. Index tab 
1,484,611 ; Feb. 19. 

Blaine, Joseph R., assignor to Miehle Printing Press & 
Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Form-roll trip mech- 
anism. 1,479,278; Jan. 1. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press & Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Gripper 
mechanism. 1,488,732 ; Apr. 1. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press and Manufacturing Company, Chicago, III. 
Shaft clamp. 1,493,063 ; May 6. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press & JIfg. Co., Chicaeo, 111. Portable antioffset de- 
vice. 1,503,224 ; July 29. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press «Sc Manufacturing Company. Chicago, 111. Feeder- 
pile-ad.iustment means. 1.503.877 ; Aug. 5. 

Blair. Dink, Dennison, Tex. Drilling machine. 1,515,924 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Blair, F. R., & Co. (See Ungar, Gustave A., assignor.) 

Blair, Hugh A., assignor of one-third to H. Basler ana 
one-third to P. N. Gardner, Padueah, Ky. Safety ap- 
pliance for aeroplanes. 1,499,147: .Tune 24. 

Blair, Lewis V. D. (See Simonson, W. W., and Blair.) 

Blair Manufacturing Company. (See Case, Adelbert B., 
assignor.) 

Blair. "Mark, Springfield, Mass. Snowplow. 1,519,718; 
Dec. 16. 

Blair. Paul A., Washington, D. C. Detector of projectile 
paths. 1,490.999 : Apr. 22. 

Blair, Robert S., Sound Beach, Conn. Heat Insulation 
and making same. 1,489,340 ; Apr. 8. 

Blair, Robert S.. Sound Beach, Conn. Brush constmc- 
tion. 1.519,232 ; Dec. 16. 

Blair. Robert S.. Sound Beach. Conn. Fender for ve- 
hicles. 1,519.233: Dec. 16. 

Blair, Robert S., South Orange. N. J. Gun-sighting 
mechanism. 1,505,083 ; Aug. 19. 

Blair, Robert S., South Orange, N. J., assignor to Meurer 
Steel Barrel Company, Inc. Steel barrel. 1,507,304 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Blair. Thomas, Togo, Minn. Ice-making machine. 
1.508.440 : Sept. 16. 

Blake, Bvron S., Rochester, N. Y. Trellis. 1,488,380; 
Mar. 25. 

Blake, C. C, Incorporated. (See Blake, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Blake, C. C, Incorporated. (See Fernald, Mark E., as- 
signor.) 

Blake. C. C, Incorporated. (See Small, Lewis F., as- 
signor.) 

Blake, Charles, Pontiac, 111. Rail anchor. 1,500,224; 
Julv 8. 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, Mass. Article-handling 
mechanism. 1,511.258: Oct. 14. 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, assignor to C. C. Blake, In- 
corporated, Boston, Mass. Mechanism for handling 
fastenings. 1,495,981 ; June 3. 

Blake. Charles W.. Pleasantville. N. J. Boat-launching 
mech.nnism. 1.495.569 : May 27. 

Blake, Dennis B. D., Quincv. HI. Cover for vehicle 
springs. 1,510,447; Sept. 30. 

Blake, Edwin T., Berkeley. Calif. Means for reenforc- 
ing excavator-bucket teeth. 1,485,243 ; Feb. 26. 

Blake, Ell J., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Gould Coupler 
Companv. Charging permanent magnets. 1,484,619 ; 
Feb. 26. 

Blake. Eli J., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Gould Coupler 
Company. Electric regulation. 1,484,620 ; Feb. 26. 

Blnke, Eli J.. Buffalo, N. Y.. assignor to Gould Coupler 
Company. Regulator. 1.503.085 : July 29. 

Blnkr. Eli J., Buffalo. N. Y.. assignor to Gould Coupler 
Compnnv. Generator suspension. 1.503.0S6; Jul.v 29. 

Blnke. Eli J., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Hall Switch & 
Signal Co. Train-control system. 1,488.469 ; Apr. 1. 

Blake, Frank R.. Bangor, Me. Hanger. 1.479,359 : Jan. 1. 

Blake. George W.. assignor to The Geo. W. Blnke Mfg. 
Compnnv, Wvnndotte. Mich. Receptacle-filling ma- 
chine. 1,495,724: Mnv 27. 

Blake. George W.. and C. E. Sheldon. RIggleswade, 
England. .Jointing composition. 1,506,044 ; Aug. 26. 

Blnke. Geo. W., Mfg. Company, The. (See Blake. George 
W.. assicfnor.1 

Blake. James E., Company. (See Harmstone, John H., 
assignor.) 

Blakp. James E., Company. (See Hathaway, Albert E., 
assignor.) 

Blnke, Judson M., Chicago Heights, assignor to Ameri- 
can Manganese Steel Company. Chicago, 111. Lower 
disk for rotary crushers. 1,491,897; Apr. 29. 

Blake. Nelson C., South Essex, Mass. Spring wheel. 
1.510.579 ; Oct. 7. 

Blake, Samuel, Richmond, Me. Bench vise. 1,491,664 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Blake. Walter, and E. Brill. Appleton, Wis. ; said Brill 
assignor to said Blake. Automatic hammer. 1,491,285 ; 
Apr. 22. 



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Blake, William A., Alexandria, Ind. Gambrel. 1,485,161 ; 
Feb. 26. 

Blake, William F. (See Schneider, P. F. and R. J., 
and Blake.) 

Blakeborough, Robert A. (See Edwards, G. T., and 
Blakeborough.) 

BlaUelev, George H., Bethlehem, Pa. Series of I-beams. 
1,495,570: May 27. 

Blakely, William W., Detroit, Mich. Holddown device 
for vehicles. 1,513,960; Nov. 4. 

Blakeman, Francis, jr., et al. (See Ringo, Fred D., as- 
signor.) 

Blaker, Ernest, Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Vulcanizing. 1,500,700 ; 
July 8. 

Blaker, Ernest, Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Vulcanizing rub- 
ber composition. 1,516,629 ; Nov. 25. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Dishwashing apparatus. 
1,480,043 ; Jan. 8. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Dish-holding basket. 
1,484,291 : Feb. 19. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Washing machine. 
1,490,310; Apr. 15. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Washing machine. 
1,496,868; June 10. 

Blakeslee. George S., Chicago, 111. Dishwashing machine. 
1,520,110 ; Dec. 23. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, III. Washing machine. 
1,520,111 ; Dec. 23. 

Blakeslee, George S., Oak Park, 111. Washing machine. 
1,520,112 ; Dec, 23. 

Blakeslee, Henry J., Hartford, Conn. Means for indicat- 
ing load conditions of transformers. 1,485,013 ; 
Feb. 26. 

Blakeslee, John R., assignor to The A.iax Manufacturing 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Forging mechanism. 
1,482,107 ; Jan. 29. 

Blakney, John H., assignor to Lournay, Inc., Milwaukee, 
Wis, Cologne bottle, Des. 63,871 ; Feb. 5. 

Blakslee, Fred J. (See Hamilton, G. H., and Blakslee.) 

Blamphin, Arthur M., New Orleans, La. Soil boring and 
sampling apparatus. 1,489,916; Apr. 8. 

Blanc, Eniile. (See Bouvier, M. E., and Blanc.) 

Blancard & Co. (See Mountford, Thomas, assignor.) 

Blanch, Sven M,, assignor to Fleming Machine Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Wire brush, 1,516,587 ; Nov. 25. 

Blanchard, Arthur W. (See Clanton, J. W., and Blan- 
ehard.) 

Blanchard, Claude G., Erie, Pa. Automatic screw ma- 
chine. 1,.504.9.'?0 ; Aug. 12, 

Blanchard, Frederick C, assignor to Detroit Lubricator 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Valve-handle construction. 
1,492,955 : May 6. 

Blanchard, George N., Oakland, Calif. Lathe attachment. 
1,488,029 ; Mar. 25. 

Blanchard, Harold L., Northbridge, and W, H. Wakefield, 
assignors to Crompton & Knowle.s Loom Works, Worces- 
ter, Mnss, Device to prevent rotation of bobbins, 
1,521,501; Dec. 30. 

Blanchard Machine Company, The. (See Spencer, Henry 
K., assignor.) 

Blanchard, P., & Sons. (See Stevens, Osro S., assignor.) 

Blanchard, Thomas R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Airgas Burner Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Gas 
burner for heating plants. 1,498,342 ; June 17. 

Blanchard, Thomas R., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to The Airgas Burner Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Device for controlling the flow of gases. 1,502,654 ; 
July 29. 

Blanchard. William. Boston, Mass. Window shade. 
1.508. 640; Sept. 16. 

Bland, Charles W., Cedar Rapids, assignor of one-fourth 
to L. W. Davis and J. J. Dolphin, Ryan, Iowa. Tour- 
ing car. 1,485,550: Mar. 4. 

Bland. John E., Ardmore, Okla. Gasoline tank. 
1,518.686 : Dec. 9. 

Bland. William E.. Berkeley, Calif. Automobile signal. 
1,510.974 ; Oct. 7. 

Blanding, Forrest H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Chicago 
Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Cutting 
tool. 1,517,395 ; Dec. 2. 

Blaney, Francis R.. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Auto- 
mobile lock. 1,488.802 ; Apr. 1. 

Blank, Bernard H., assignor of one-fourth to J. L. Levy, 
New York, N. Y. Lining for refuse cans. 1,510,919 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Blank, Herman. (See Cannone, W. D., and Blank.) 

Blank, Merton H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Aluminum Manufactures, Incorporated, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Wheel. 1,516,664 ; Nov. 25. 

Blank, Merton H., and A. H. Edgerton, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Aluminum Manufacturers, Incorporated, 
Cleveland, Ohio, Wheel. 1,486.122; Mar. 11. 

Blank, Maurice G., Rochester, N. Y. Garment clasp. 
1,512.671 ; Oct. 21. 

Blank, Robert, Columbvis, Ohio, assignor to Solar-Sturges 
Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Fireproof waste can. 1,491,842 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Blanke, Cyrus F., St. Louis, Mo. Coffeepot. 1,480,657 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Blanks. Herman B., Chicago, 111. Time-clock dial. 
1,500,701; July 8. 



Blankenhagen, Albert, assignor to A. E. Bauman, Akron, 
Ohio. Life preserver. 1,500,665 ; July 8. 

Blankenship, Edwin V., Bozeman, Mont. Ice house. 
1,492,667 ; May 6, 

Blanshaft, Max, R. Tow, and H. Wetstein, New York, N. Y. 
Knob lock for pocketbooks and the like. 1,479,360; 
Jan. 1. 

Blanton, Elma O., Jacksonville, Fla. Producing manikin 
actors. 1,505,942 ; Aug. 26. 

Blanton, Ulysses G. (See Johnson, A. M., and Blan- 
ton.) 

Blanton, William. (See Thomas, Charles B., assignor.) 

Blasdell, Elmer C. Kansas City, Mo. Cracking appara- 
tus. 1,518,555 ; Dec. 9. 

Blasezyk, Victor, New Rome, Wis. Engine repair stand. 
1,504,931 ; Aug. 12. 

Blashill, Arthur B., Westmount, Quebec, Canada. Shell 
fuse. 1,481,677 ; Jan. 22. 

Blaski, Ben.iamin P., assignor to Blaski Manufacturing Co., 
Chicago, "111. Skylight. 1,486,276 ; Mar.. 11. 

Blaski Manufacturing Co. (See Blaski, Benjamin P., as- 
signor.) 

Blafch, Francis H. (See Wilmot, G. W.. and Blatch.) 

Blatchford Calf Meal Company. (See Nelson, Nicolay, 
assignor.) 

Blatchford, Carter, Chicago, III. Metal roof for freight 
cars. 1,499,337; July 1. 

Blatner, Bessie M., Chicago, 111. Novelty place card. 
1,518,834 ; Dec. 9. 

Blattner, David G., Bogota, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Circuit for heating the filaments of audions. 1,483,273 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Blattner, David G„ Bogota, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Amplifying with vacuum tubes. 1,493,595 ; May 13. 

Blauser, Edward S., Basil, Ohio. Corn-husking machine. 
1,500,542; July 8. 

Blaustein, Abe B.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Electrical Development Corporation, Butte, Mont. 
Stoping drill. 1,518,384 ; Dec. 9. 

Blauvelt, Frederic D., Glen Ridge, N. J. Roof flange. 
1,512,672; Oct. 21. 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Garlinghouse. Leslie H., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Marshall, Ira W., assignor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Rawley, W. and Pluskey, 
assignors.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Shipman, William P., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Venable, William M., as- 
signor.) 

Blaylock, Avery E., Little Rock. Ark. Signal system for 
railway cars. 1,502.419 ; July 22. 

Blayney -Murphy Company. (See Murphy, Joseph P., 
assignor.) 

Blazer, Aimer N.. Mescalero, N. Mex. Pressure gen- 
erator. 1,483.409 ; Feb. 12. 

Blazquez, Agustin, Santiago, Cuba, Device which is ap- 
plicable to chimneys, especially those of locomotives, to 
prevent fires. 1,497,132; June 10. 

Bleado, Otto, Manistee, Mich. Emergency wheel spoke. 
1,479,694 ; Jan. 1. 

Bleadon-Dun Company. (See Whipple, Willis A., as- 
signor.) 

Bleakley, Purling A., Los Angeles, Calif. Painting, 
cleaning, sand-blasting, and general-utility air brush. 
1,501,432; July 15. 

Blecker, Herbert E., New York, N. T. Ocean harvester. 
1.489,917; Apr. 8. 

Bledsoe, Carl P., Chicago, 111. Material-handling device. 
1,487,196 ; Mar. 18. 

Bledsoe, John H., assignor to Equitable Asphalt Main- 
tenance Company. Kansas City, Mo. Asphalt heater. 
1,516,141 ; Nov. 18. 

Bledsoe, Lafayette F., and I. B. Morris, Langdale, Ala. 
Slack-twisted-yarn preventive. 1,498.012 ; June 17. 

Bleecker. Warren F., Boulder, Colo. Toy and ornament. 
1,511,588; Oct. 14. 

Blei, Charley E., Kansas City, Mo. Electric-iron-cord 
supporter. 1,493,799 : May 13. 

Blekre, Edgar 0„ Minneapolis, Minn. Vehicle tire. 
Des. 63,841 ; Jan. 29. 

Blekre Tire & Rubber Company. (See Bean, Floyd G., 
assignor.) 

Blenc, Alex. (See Poll. Louis, assignor.) 

Blenio, Guide, New York, N. Y. Fire-extinguishing com- 
position. 1,489,692; Apr. 8, 

Blenkinsopp, Lawson. (See Johnson, Voley A., as- 
signor.) 

P.lenko, Walter J, (See Cave, E. V.. and Blenko.) 

Blenko, Walter J., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Fairfield Engineering Works, Lan- 
caster, Ohio. Distributing elevator. 1,498,991 ; 
June 24. 

Blennerhassett, John, Birmingham, England. Hollow 
wool-ball holder for domestic use. 1,485,327 ; Feb. 26. 

Blest, Minot C, Bellevue, assignor to Pressed Steel Car 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hood for car wheels. 
1,488,189; Mar. 25. 

Elevens, Charles P., Evansville, Ind. Soap dish. 1,479,361 ; 
Jan. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
AlpJiahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bllckfeldt, Andrew, Central Falls, R. I. Coin holder. 

1,480,877 ; Jan. 15. 
Blickman, Saul. Far Rockaway, N. Y. Workholder for 

pollsbins machines. 1,487,506 ; Mar. IS. 
BlifCert, Walter J., Milwaukee, Wis. Spark plug. 

1.493,800 : May 13. 
Bliffert, Walter J., Milwaukee, Wis. Manifold gasket. 

1,501,196; July 15. 
Bliffpit, Walter J., Milwaukee, Wis. Pedal lock. 

1.517,699 ; Dec. 2. 
Bliss, Charles F., Olive, Oalif. Automobile signal. 

1,510,032 ; Sept. 30. 
Bliss, Clyde H., Atlanta, Ga. Brick machine. 1,508,212 ; 

Sept. 9. 
Bliss, Donald M. (See Sherman, H. B.. and Blis.s.l 
Bliss, Elmer F., Alplaus, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. System of electric distribution. 

1,501.699 ; July 15. 
Bliss, Elmer F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Means for indicating slippage of 

wheels. 1,508,156; Sept. 9. 
Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Beyer, Otto S., assignor.) 

(See Dieter, William, assignor.) 
(See Klocke, W., and Dobson, 



(See Strout, Robert W., as- 

(See Thoma. Walter, assiarnor. ) 
(See Tideman, Carl E., as- 



Company. (See Towne, Walter M., as- 



Bliss, E. W., Company. 
Bliss, E. W., Company. 

assignors.) 
Bliss, E. W., Company. 

signor.) 
Bliss, E. W.. Company. 
Bliss, E. W., Company. 

signor.) 
Bliss, E. W, 

signor.) 
Bliss, Henrv E. E. V., Marlow, England. 

1.513.530; Oct. 28. 
Bliss, Henry F. (See Duquette, Edward E. J., assignor.) 
Bliss. Henry J. W., Leeds, England, assignor to The 

British Research Association for the Woolen and 

Worsted Industries. Treatment of yarns. 1,511,212 ; 

Oct. 14. 
Bliss, Herbert R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Constructing 

fiber sliipping cases. Rel5,775 ; Feb. 26. 
Bliss, Herbert R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 

1,489,475 ; Apr. 8. 
Bliss, Herbeit_ R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 



Steering gear. 



1,512.157 ; Oct. 21. 
Bliss. Herbert R., Niagara 

1.511.364 ; Nov. 
Bliss, Herbert R., 

1.514.365 ; Nov. 
Bliss, Herbert R., 

1,514,366; Nov. 
Bliss, Herbert R., 

1,514,367; Nov. 
Bliss, Herbert R., 

1,514..36S ; Nov, 
Bliss. Homer H., 

Nov. 18. 
Bliss, Porter L., 



Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 
4. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 
4. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 
4. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 
4. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 
4. 
Rockford, 111. Display. 1,516,264 ; 



Comljined 
.710 : Mar. 



re- 



San Francisco, Calif. 

frigerator .Tnd ice-cream freezer. 1,4S' 
Bliss, Porter L., San Francisco, Calif. Combined refrig- 
erator and ice-cream freezer or water cooler. 1,498,343 ; 

June 17. 
Bli.ss, William L., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to Vapor 

Car Heating Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. Valve- 

operatin? mechanism. 1,483,568; Feb. 12. 
Bliss. William I.., assignor, by mesne assignments, to U. 

S. Light & Heat Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Dynamo regulator. 1,489.518 : Apr. 8.' 
Bliss, William L., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to Vapor 

Car Heating Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. Steam- 
regulating means. 1,518,894: uec. 9. 
Bliven, William C, assignor of one-lialf to C. N. John- 
son. Vincennes, Ind. Window fixture. 1,488,030; 

Mar. 25. 
Blizzard, Samuel E., Indianapolis, Ind. Auxiliary fuel 

supplier. 1,507,950 ; Sept. 9. 
Bloch. Franz G.. Boblingen. Germany. Level-indicating 

device. 1,520,004; Dec. 23. 
Bloch, Geori;. Boblingf^n, Wurttemberg, Germany. Com- 

piitinc: board. 1,488,190; Mar. 25. 
Bloch, Godfrey S., New York. N. Y. Textile fabric and 

fabricating the same. 1,513.885 ; Nov. 4. 
Block. George H., assignor of thirty-five one-hundredths 

to S. A. Brown. Hanna, Alberta, Canada. Revolving 

self-cleaning moldboard plow. 1,503,874 ; Aug. 5. 
Block, Wilholm F.. San Francisco, Calif. Posting tray 

and binder. 1,490,729; Apr. 15. 
Blocker, Preston B., Silver City, N. Mex. Tire chain. 

1.512.269 ; Oct. 21. 
BlocUsoni. Bcrirot II., Michigan City, Ind. 

1.486.S58 : Mar. 18 
BlodgPtt, Charles A. 

Blodgett.) 
Blodgett, Charles L., 

M. L. Larsen, Oakland, Calif. JBook-locking device. 

1,482,781 ; Feb. 5. 
Blodgett, Henry A. (See Milne, Harry, assignor.) 
Blodgett, Warren K. (See Stanley, Arthur M., assignor.) 
Bloedow, Henry, Shorewood, Wis. Sheet-metal building. 

1,508,871 : Sept. 16. 
Bloeniker. Charles W.. Philadelphia, Pa. Repeating device 

for sound-reproducing machines. 1,480,724 ; Mar. 11. 



Carpet liner. 



(See Hanson, H. H., Leecock, and 
Alameda, assignor of one-half to 



Blohm, George C, South Bend, Ind. Sheathing material. 
1.513,365 ; Oct. 28. 

Blom, Albert, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Glove. 1,486,006 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Blomberg, Gustave R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fishing appara- 
tus. 1,498,777; June 24. 

Blomberg, Otto, Hubbard Woods, 111. Valve-spring com- 
pressor. 1,491,190 ; Apr. 22. 

Blomberg. Ulrik I. T., Chicago, 111. Gearing. 1,490.796; 
Apr. 15. 

Blomfield, Alfred L., Colorado Sprinss. Colo., assignor to 
The Dorr Company, New York, N. Y. Ore-treating 
system. 1,509.391 ; Sept. 23. 

Blomquist, Johan V., and K. F. Wessblad, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Feed-water heater for steam generators with 
a rotary water layer. 1,521.502 ; Dec. 30. 

Blomster, Albert G., San Diego, Calif. Smoking pipe. 
1,503,629 ; Aug. 5. 

Blomster, Joel, Hobarton, Iowa. Spark plug. 1,479,643 ; 
Jan. 1. 

Blomstrand, Axel E., Chicago, 111. Cycle. 1,498,992 ; 
June 24. 

Blon, William H., Stewartsville, Ohio. Shooting iron. 
1,498,993 ; June 24. 

Blondeau, Alexander, Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Nonfreezing blow-off valve. 1,515,720 ; Nov. 18. 

Blondel, Andrg, Paris, France. Apparatus for exciting 
alternators. 1,509.501 ; Sept. 23. 

Blood, Bryant H., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt 
& Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Reversible 
gauge. 1,487,834 ; Mar. 25. 

Blood, Bryant H., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York. N. Y. Linear measuring 
machine. 1,490,413; Apr. 15. 

Blood, Bryant H., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Lapping machine. 
1,509,823; Sept. SO. 

Blood. Bryant H., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Gauge. 1,516,142 ; 
Nov. IS. 

Blood, Burr B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Jewel 
Phonoparts Company, Chicago, 111. Stop for phono- 
graphs. 1,486.859; Mar. 18. 

Blood, Charles W. H., and L. T. Medholdt, Winthrop. as- 
signors to S. A. Woods Machine Company. South Boston, 
Mass. Grinding cutters. 1,499,094 : June 24. 

Blood, George E., assignor to Foote Company, Nunda, 
N. Y. Loading skip for concrete pavers. 1,514,032 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield. N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Work- 
support-positioning means for gear-generating ma- 
chines. 1,480.596; Jan. 15. 

Blood, Harold Ij., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Niles- 
Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Feed mech- 
anism for planers. 1,487,711 ; Mar. 25. 

Blood, Harold L., Plainfield. N. J., assignor to Niles- 
Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Feed mecha- 
nism for planers. 1.487.712 ; Mar. 25. 

Blood, Harold L., Plainfield. N. J., assignor to Niles- 
Bement-Pond Company. New York, N. Y. Planer- 
control system. 1.490.412 : Anr. 15. 

Blood. Harold L., Plainfield. N. J., assignor to Niles- 
Bement-Pond Company. New York. N. Y. System of 
motor control. 1.508.770 : Sept. 16. 

Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield. N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond Company. New York. N. Y. Con- 
trol system for machine tools. 1,512,574 ; Oct. 21. 

Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Planer- 
control system. 1,512,575 ; Oct. 21. 

Blood, Harold L.. North Plainfield. N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol svstem for lathes. 1.514.421 ; Nov. 4. 

Blood, Harold I... North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond "..ompany, New York, N. Y. Radial 
drilling machine. 1,519,351 ; Dec. 16. 

Blond. Harold L., North Plainfield. and A. E. WIney, 
Plainfield. N. J., assignors to Niles-Bement-Pond Com- 
pany. New York. N. Y. Tool-feeding mechanism. 
1,516,143; Nov. 18. 

Blood, Harold I... North Plainfield. N. J., and L. C. Cole, 
Hamilton. Ohio, assicrnors to Niles-Bement-Pond Com- 
pany. Now Yorlc, N. Y. System of control. 1.521,269; 
Dec. 30. 

Blood, Harrv. Milwaukee, Oreg. Pocket toilet set. 
1,493.097 : May 6. 

Blood, Joseph W., Long Beach, Calif. Gas-engine valve. 
1.495.377 : Mav 27. 

Bloom. Avid. Svracuse. N. Y. Combined rolling-pin and 
sifter. 1,505.851 : Au.g. 19. 

Rlooin. Edcar .T., Tiffin, Ohio. Accelerator mechanism. 
1,499,849; July 1. 

Bloom, Edgar J., Tiffin, Ohio. Golf club. 1,520,113 ; 
Deo. 23. "^ 

Bloom. Jefferson, Curwensville, Pa. Nonskid chain. 
1,515,541 ; Nov. 11. 

Bloom. Joseph, New York, N. Y. Stitcher-wheel drive. 
1,518.046; Dec. 2. 

Bloom, Nicholas H.. assignor to The Bloom Manufactur- 
ing Co., Nashua. Iowa. Manure spreader and feed 
mechanism therefor. 1,512,448; Oct. 21. 



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AliJhabetical list of patentees — Continiiecl. 



65 



Bloom Manufacturing Co., The. (See Bloom, Nicholas 
H., assignor.) 

Bloom, Ottis G., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Bicycle shock ab- 
sorber. 1,517,146; Nov. 25. 

Bloom, William O., Boylston, Mass. , Bib or apron for 
dentists' use and the like. 1,506,332 ; Aug. 26. 

Bloor, Frank, Bucklin, Kans. Trailer feeder attachment 
for combined harvester thrashers. 1,509,124 ; Sept. 23. 

Blore, Bernard W., Norwalk, Conn., assignor to Connecti- 
cut Lace Works, Inc. Lace. Des. 65,321 ; July 29. 

Blose, Bert H., Johnsonburg, Pa. Lubricating means for 
journal boxes. 1,510,377 ; Sept. 30. 

Blosky, Thomas P., East Chicago, Ind. Railway street 
and station annunciator. 1,490,253 ; Apr. 15. 

Bloss, Ernest F., assignor of one-half to F. W. Dold. 
Wichita, Kans. Utilizing hog bladders as casings for 
chopped or ground meats. 1,486,476 ; Mar. 11. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to The International Derrick 
& Equipment Company, Columbus, Ohio. Bull-wheel 
structure. 1,499,500 ; July 1. 

Bloss, Richard R., and W. Schwemlein, assignors to The 
Parkersburg Rig & Reel Company, Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Derrick fitting. 1,483,602; Feb. 12. 

Bloss, Richard R., and W. B. Tobin, assignors to The In- 
ternational Derrick and Equipment Company, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Walking beam for oil, gas, and artesian 
wells. 1,494,768 ; May 20. 

Blot, Paul, assignor to Societe Blot-Gamier & Chevalier, 
Paris, France. Electromechanical lamp. 1,483,055 ; 
Feb. 5. 

Blouch, Levi H., and J. H. Roop, assignors to The Nutrose 
Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Bread-making flour com- 
position and making same. 1,497,477 ; June 10. 

Blough, Clarence N., Johnstown, Pa. Chain fastener. 
1,495,982 ; June 3. 

Blount, Harry, Oak Park, and H. M. Hallsworth, La 
Grange, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Treatment of bright- 
surfaced materials. 1,508,135 ; Sept. 9. 

Blount, John E., Louisville. Ky. Electric humidifier and 
deodorizer. 1.520,050 ; Dec. 23. 

Blount, William T., Orrville, Ohio, assignor of one-half 
to W. G. Barnwell, Savannah, Ga. Saw oiler. 
1,512,080: Oct. 21. 

Blow, George E., Stevenage, England. Pocketknife. 
1,507,043; Sept. 2. 

Blow, Joseph E., La Cygne, Kans. Chicken roost. 
1,519,818; Dec. 16. 

Blower, Joseph W., Columbus, Ohio. Coal-cutting ma- 
chine. 1,501,093; July 15. 

Blucker, Eric, Chicago, 111. Steam turbine. 1,503,812 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Bludworth, William D., Sacramento, Calif. Easily- 
dumped wheelbarrow. 1,497,478 ; June 10. 

Bludworth, William D., Sacramento, Calif. Mechanical 
horse. 1,507,765; Sept. 9. 

Blue, John, Laurinburg, N. C. Fertilizer distributor. 
1,492,066; Apr. 29. 

Bluemel, Gustave, assignor t© Ferguson Furnace Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Burner. 1,511,019 ; Oct. 7. 

Bluhm, Charles G., Fruita, Colo. Placer-mining classi 
fier. 1,489,975; Apr. 8. 

Bluhm, Leo, New York, N. Y. Printed fabric. Des. 
64,339: Apr. 1. 

BluJim, Leo, New York, N. Y. Printed fabric. Des. 
65,768 ; Oct. 14. 

Bluhm, Leo, assignor to Phoenix Manufacturing Co., Inc.. 
New York. N. Y. Printed fabric. Des. 63,706 ; Jan. 8. 

Blum and Bergeron. (See Bergeron, S. J., and Chauvin, 
assignors.) 

Blum, Albert, assignor of one-half to R. M. Schulman and 
one-fourth to S. Joseph, New York, N. Y. Safety 
swimming belt. 1,493,664 ; May 13. 

Blum, Albert H., and D. T. Shanahan, Greenville, Miss. 
Dustguard case for automobiles. 1,487.009 ; Mar. 18. 

Blum, Elisa von S. S., Dallas, Tex. Spat. 1,498,829 ; 
June 24. 

Blum, Eugen, Valley Stream, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Schaeffer & Budenberg Corporation, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Gauge. 1,488,904 ; Apr. 1. 

Blum, TJlrich, Kiel, Germany. Periscope. 1,502,230 ; 
July 22. 

Blumberg, Ralph, Baltimore, Md. Emergency apparatus 
for damaged ships. 1.511,155; Oct. 7. 

Blume, Aaron, New York, N. Y. Thermotherapeutic ap- 
pliance. 1.520,800 : Dec. 30. 

Blume, Alfred Y., Wlnnemucca, Nev. Suspensory band- 
age. 1,492,504; Apr. 29. 

Blume, George F., Philadelphia, Pa. Bathroom unit. 
1,501,197; July 15. 

Blume, Louis F., Plttsfield, Mass., and J. S. Lennox, 
Norwich, Conn., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Electrical apparatus. 1,511,717 ; Oct. 14. 

Blumenfeld, Joseph. (See Weizmann, C, and Blumen- 
feld.) 

Blumenfeld. Joseph, London, England. Titanium com- 
pound. 1,504,669 ; Aug. 12. 

Blumenfeld. Joseph, London, England. Titanium com- 
pound. 1,504,070 ; Aug. 12. 

IJInmonfeld, .To.seph, Ijondon, England. Titanium com- 
pound. 1,504.071; Aug. 12. 

13679—5 



Blumenfeld, Joseph, London. England. Preparation of 
titanium hydroxide. 1,504,672 ; Aug. 12. 

Blumenfeld, Joseph, London, England. Titanium pig- 
ment. 1,504,673 ; Aug. 12. 

Blumenstiel, Alexander M., Rochester, N. Y. Stitching 
machine. 1,494,097 ; May 13. 

Blumeuthal, Ferdinand, Cologne-Braunsfeld, Germany. 
Apparatus for purifying boiler feed water. 1,520,399 : 
Dec. 23. 

Blumenthal & Co. (See Kozlay, Clarence V., assignor ) 

Blumenthal, Maurice, Brooklyn, N. Y. Means for and 
method of producing concrete piles. 1,480.878 : 
Jan. 15. 

^^nis m'- Feb"l'2 ' ■^^'°°'''^°' ^- ^- Roofing Paper. 

Blumenthal,' Maurice,' and E. G. Gardner, Brooklyn, N Y 
Concrete pile and means for and method of producinsr 
same. 1,501,643 ; July 15. 

Blumenthal Sidney, & Co. (See Creasey, Samuel E 
assignor.) ' 

Blumenthal, Sidney, & Co. (See Gowans, James, as- 
signor. ) 

^'^imenthal, Sidney, & Co. (See Kozlay, Clarence V., as- 

Bluinenthal Sidney, & Company. (See Stolzenberg, Fritz 
assignor.) "' ' 

^^!i"?AQ' •)^-?-'^'^l''^' ?r?yton, Ohio. Windshield cleaner. 
1,503,346; July 29. 

Blumricb, Karl. (See Rohmer. M., and Blumrich ) 
''Tol^er^'tikkh^'of 'M'''''^' ''''^- Table-spread 
mll'^V ^rover A. (See Briley, O. M., and Blunt.) 
'''Ta\.ei':''fj2:i!tr.Tll' ""■ ""■ ^"^"-"^ve grate 
^'vfce '^''l'482^l69^-'"'jan''*2lf'-^- ^' ^'-^ck-centering de- 

^'f^a^me'^^tls^issf LtII'^' ''• ^^ ^"^^"^"^ *'"'^'^ 
^^box "'Till 950 ?*M^"/*^*^'^^' ^- ^- Locomotive driving 
Blunt, James G." Schenectady, N. Y. Lateral-motion ap- 
pliance for locomotive driving boxes. 1,492,015; 

'^'l°5*io"53T-^Ort' 1'^''^°'^'^*^''^' N. Y. Locomotive truck. 

Blunt, James G.,' Schenectady, N. Y. Lateral-motion ap- 

Ocf 21 locomotive driving boxes. 1,512,449; 

^^l!5*i2;5V6f O^ct I'^^^^^'^t^^y- N. Y. Locomotive truck. 

^'jun°e%4^''^^*'^''^"^"°^^' "''^°- ^°^- I.-ISS.SSO; 

^^hillMst^Lfc 2^^^''^P°'*' °''^°- ^''^''^y envelope. 

Bly'the, "Frederick c'., Southsea, England. Distillation of 
bituminous coal. 1,512,577 ; Oct 21 ^'^""1""" oi 

°,?^, ^ol^ert G. C, Herkimer, assignor to Remington Ac- 
counting Machine Corporation, New York N Y Cal- 
culating machine. 1,487,999; Mar 25 

Boa, Robert G. C., Herkimer, assignor to Remington Ac- 
counting Machine Corporation, New York, N. Y Com- 
puting machine. 1,491,898; Apr. 29. 

^°ifT ■?"?'^^^V. ®- ^■\. assignor to Remington Accounting 
Mach me Corporation, New York, N. Y. CalculatinI 
machine. 1,504,858; Aug. 12 calculating 

Hn2l3f' J""!.*^,--^- rS^''^ Johnston, G. A., and Boales.) 
^Ts^''kS^mf;erSTr"^.,''L\'i|n^i^^ '' ''■ ^<'-^- 
^°piUnT°'a^;'7?8f-J?n"e%°' ^^ ^^ ^"^"locking sheet 
^°l,495,154f°Mly^-37^""^' ^°°*- definable regenerator. 
'^°Boa?cfn"an^)''^''"°°'^^- ^^^^ Bartholomew, J. H., and 
^°^^:^ i?'^? ^- Southend-pn-Sea, J. M. Brown, Ilford, 
1 519 90l"- ^e^ 16 ^°°^°°' England. Dunnage strip! 

"""tfe'loflnT folT^oir-Tec' f'''' ^^^"""^ ^''^'"'^ 

^°^l^lS^^Vi''^' assignor of one-half to T. Kobynos, New 

R^?"**"',?^ ^,°°°-, ^"*o '^ood lock. 1,504,539 •: Aug. 12 

iSi^ g^"'.es A., assignor of one-half to T. Kobylaz, 

^ZJ^^iToJirAuTfr''''' ^"-•'--tion for into 

^^^V'l' Teofron, Clapham Park, London, assignor to 

Techno-Chemical Laboratories Limited, London Eng- 

1 ?m niJ^'^^r"r process and apparatus therefor. 
1,001,513 ; July 15. 

Boberg, Teofron, assignor to Techno-Cbemical Labora- 
tories, Limited. Clapham Park, London, England 
Drying process and apparatus. 1,501,514 ; Julv"l5. ' 

Bobo, John L., Greenville, S. C. Oille.ss bearing for 
harness rolls for looms. 1.480,496 • Jan 8 

Bobrick, Arthur L. (See Bobrick, Gabriel A. and A. L.) 

H^cn^ cr"'''"i^-^n ?^S3 ^v"^-' ^08 Angeles, Calif. Liquid 
dispenser. 1,479,977 ; Jan. 8. 
Bobrick, Gabriel A. and A. L., Los Angeles, Calif. Liquid 
dispensor. 1 .479,978 ; .Tan. 8 

'^*'i'r?A'n??'"'l''' ^-'Ja^^ Angeles, Calif. Liquid dispenser. 

1,510,075 ; Sept. 30. 
Boca, Joseph, assisiior to The Piorcp-Arrow Motor Car 

Company, BulTalo, N. Y. Windshield. 1,520.051 : 

Dec. 23. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphaljetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bocchino, Tliom.is, Pougbkeepsie, N. X. Fuel-economizing 
apparatus. 1,48.5,826 ; Mar. 4. 

Bocel Company, The. (See Tischer. Frank V., assignor.) 

Bochatey, Frederic C. (See Richards, F. A., Bochatey, 
and Jones.) 

Bochet, Marcel C. L., Paris. France, assignor to Gen 
eral Electric Company. Internal-combustion engine 
1,491,376; Apr. 22. 

Bochter, Carl, Gunzburg, Germany. Preparing raw linen 
for bleaching operations. 1,501.553 ; July 15. 

Bock, Alfred C. O., Brooklyn, N. T., assignor to Finger- 
print Machine Corporation. Fingerprint compound and 
method. 1,407,971 ; June 17. 

Bock, Alfred C. O., Brooklyn, N. T., assignor to Finger- 
print Machine Corporation. Composition for finger- 
printing and method. 1,497,972 ; June 17. 

Bock. Alfred C. O., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Finger- 
print Machine Corporation. Finger-print machine. 
1,507,882 ; Sept. 9. 

Bock Bearing Company, The. (See Flaherty, John F., 
assignor.) 

Bock. Bertha M. (See Bock, William E., assignor.) 

Bock, Herman, assignor of one-half to J. Sander, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Automobile signal. 1,486,477 ; Mar. 11. 

Bock Laundry Machine Company. (See Bock, William 
E., assignor.) 

Bock, Oleu J. (See Stong, D., and Bock.) 

bock. William E., Eagle Point Colony, assignor to Bock 
Laundry Machine Company, Toledo, Ohio. Centrifugal 
machine. 1,483,326 : Feb. 12. 

Bock, William E., Eagle Point Colony, assignor to B. M. 
Bock, Toledo, Ohio. Power-transmission mechanism and 
lubricating means therefor. 1,484.384 ; Feb. 19. 

Bockhorst, Edward, sr., St. Louis, Mo. Carton. 
1.511,047: Oct. 7. 

Bockin, William, Union HiU, N. J. Self-locking adjust- 
able handcuff and leg shackle. 1.509,335: Sept. 23. 

Bockisch, Heinrich, deceased, Pougbkeepsie. by G. W. Git- 
tins, administrator, assignor to Welte-Migrion Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Tempo signal for synchronizers. 
1,479,425 ; Jan. 1. 

Bockius, Walter A., Wilmette, assignor to The Beckley- 
Ralston Company, Chicago, lU. Bumper. 1, 451,789 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Boekmiihl, Max, Hochst-on-the-Main, and A. Schwarz, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, assignors to Farbwerke vorm. 
Meister Lucius & Briining. Hochst-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Making «-alkylatcd acids and derivatives 
thereof. 1,482.343 : Jan. 29. 

Boekstege, Fred W.. Evansville, Ind. Combination buffet, 
china closet, and desk. Des. 65,769 : Oct. 14. 

Bockwitz, Andrew J., Twin Falls, Idaho. Shock ab- 
sorber. 1,502,231 ; July 22. 

Boda, Joseph E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Moline Plow Company, Incorporated, Moline, 111. 
Power-lift plow. 1,491,579: Apr. 22. 

Bodde. Theodore. Niagara Falls. N. Y. Receptacle at- 
tachment. 1,516,324; Nov. 18. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Voltage- 
regulating system. 1,486,860; Mar. 18. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh. Pa,, assignor to Wast- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Voltage 
regulator. 1,486,861 : Mar. 18. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Anti- 
hunting regulator system. 1.492,197 ; Apr. 29. 

Boddie. Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Antl- 
huntiug regulator system. 1,492,198; Apr. 29. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghnnse Electric & M.Tnufacturing Company. Speed- 
reculatnr system. 1,495.947: May 27. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Jfanufacturing Company. Regulat- 
ing system. 1,497,401 : June 10. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. Volt- 
age-regulator system. 1,497.402 : June 10, 

Boddie, Clarence A,, Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Speed- 
regulator system. 1.501.263: Jnly 15. 

Boddie. Clarence A., Pittsbursh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inchouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regu- 
lator system. 1.501.204: July 15. 

Boddie, C'larenee A., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & AL".nufacturing Company. Speed- 
regulator system. 1.501,265: July 15. 

Boddie, Clarence A.. Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Voltage- 
regulator system. 1,511,392: Oct. 14. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manuf.Tcturing Comp.anv. Speed- 
regulator system. 1.511.393: Oct. 14. 

Boddie. Clarmicc A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric .t Manufacturing Company. Electric 
furnace. 1.520,999: Dec. 30. 
Boddie, Clarence A., Wilkinsburg. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. Elec- 
trical measuring instrument. Rol5,R35 : ^lay 13. 

Boddv, Marlett T).. London. England. Marine life-saving 
appliance. 1,502,543 ; July 22. 



Bodeen, Olof, Port Wing, Wis. Chain fastener. 1,486,627 ; 

Mar. 11. 
Bodinger. Jacob H., New York, N. Y. Water-closet bowl. 

1.494,729 : May 20. 
Bodle, Virgil H. (See MacDonald, F. J., and Bodle.) 
Bodmer, Christian, assignor to The Stanley Works, New 

Britain, Conn. Hand drill and pedestal. 1,493,142 ; 

May 6. 
Bodmer, Christian, assignor to The Stanley Works, New 

Britain, Conn. Hand-drill pedestal. 1,493,143 ; May 6. 
Bodmer. Christian, and A. Langdon, assignors to The 

Stanley Works, New Britain, Conn. Hand-drill frame. 

1,493,141 ; May 6. 
Borinar, Bartholomew J., Astoria, N. Y. Trousers. 

1,500,570: July 8. 
Bodrie. Philip. (See Brancheau, .\. J., and Bodrie.) 
Boe, Harry F. (See Hazard. G. E., and Boe.) 
Boecher, George. (See Degenhardt, Frank O., assignor.) 
Boeck. Charles H., Jackson, Mich. Flame spreader. 

1.481,587: Jan. 22. 
Boedecker, Frledricb, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Pro- 
duction of therapeutically-active constituents of oils, 

balsams, resins, and extracts. 1,479.695 ; .Tan. 1. 
Boedecker, Harry E., Benham, Ky. Wheeled sounding 

tov. 1,502.611 : July 22. 
Boedefeld, Antonio J., and M. P. Erllne, Dallas, Tex. 

Lithograph engraving process on straight lines. 

1,485,478 ; Mar. 4. 
Boedefeld, Antonio J., and M. P. Exline, Dallas, Tex. 

Lithographic engraving process. 1,492,625; May 6. 
Boedicker, Herman C, New York, N. Y. Negative glass 

and means for holding same. 1.510,646 ; Oct. 7. 
Boedker, Harry, Plymouth, N. C. Thread tier. 1,486,070 ; 

Mar. 4. 
Boedtcher, Franz A.. Bergenfield, N. J. System for con- 
trolling the operation of elevators. 1.481,119 : Jan. 15. 
Boehler. "Urban J,. Gary. Ind. Instrument for treatment 

of the spine. 1.497.837 ; June 17. 
Boehm, Maxmillian E., Neenah, Wis. Straining wheel. 

1,496,517; June 3. 
Boehm. NichoLns A.. Milwaukee, Wis. Cooking utensil. 

1.495,395 : Mav 27. 
Boehm. Oscar A.. New York, N. Y. Spark plug. 

1.510,253 ; Sept. 30. 
Boehm, Oscar A., New York, N. Y. Producing glass 

forms. 1.512.013; Oct. 21. 
Boehm. Reinhold, Berlin-Johannisthal. assignor to A. 

Morgan. Berlin, Germany. Motor vehicle. 1,501,304 ; 

July 15. 
Boehm. Wilhelm, Berlin, Germany. Free-burning candle. 

1.489,918; Apr, 8. 
Boehni, Wilhelm, Berlin, Germany. Pocket lamp for high 

light power. 1,500.180: July 8. 
Boehmer. Matthew H., Philadelphia, Pa. Operating 

go\^n. 1.504,932: Aug. 12. 
Boekel. .Julius. Philadelphia, Pa. Weighing balance. 

1,484,005; Feb. 19. 
Bnening. Ernest, Yonkers, N. Y. Propeller. 1,479,052 ; 

Jan. 1. 
Boeppler, Louis, Oakland, assignor to The ParafRne Com- 
panies. Inc.. San Francisco, Calif. Game rack. 

1,508,082; Sept. 9. 
Boesch. Gustav, Panburv, Conn. Plucking machine. 

1,487,645 : Mar. 18. 
Hoesch L.imp Comiiany. (See Savery, Edwin, assignor.) 
Roesel, Aloysius G. (See Bosworth, C. M.. and Boesel.) 
Boesnip. Alex.nnder. Des Moines, Iowa. Clinker remover. 

1.508.641 ; Sept. 16. 
Boesser. George F.. .\rlington. N. J. Imitation frozen 

confection and making the snme. 1.481,28] ; Jan. 22. 
Boettcher. Arthur H. (See Willis, G. M.. and Boettcher.) 
Boettcher. Arthur H.. Chicago. 111. Pilot-directing in- 
strument and bomb-dropping sight for aircraft. 

1,510.975 : Oct. 7. 
Boettcher, Arthur H., Chicago, 111. Aerial photography. 

1,517.529: Dec. 2. 
Boettcher. Gnllus R. (See Holl, J., and Boettcher.) 
Boettcher. Jacob H. L.. Orange, N. J. Device for pack- 
ing articles. 1.518,556 : Dec. 9. 
Boettcher. Jacob H. L.. Orange. N. J. Apparatus for 

stacking articles. 1.518.557 ; Dec. 9. 
Boettcher. .Jacob H. L.. Orange. N. J. Machine for 

packing articles. 1,518.558; Dec. 9. 
Boga. Frank E.. Monticello, Ind. Display rack. 

1,493,596: May 13. 
Bogard, Frank T.. assignor to R. H. Marchant, Oakland, 

Calif. Toilet flush valve. 1,501.433: July 15. 
Bogaty. Hermann. (See Ayres, E. B., and Rogaty.1 
Rogaty, Hermann. (See Kerst, E. B.. and Rogaty.) 
Bogatv. Hermann, assignor to Proctor & Schwartz. Inc. 

Philadelphia. Pa. Apparatus for drying piece goods. 

1.491.665: Apr. 22. 
Bogaty. Hermann, assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, Tn- 

cornor.ntrd, Phii.idelphia, Pa. Drving apparatus. 

1.492,418: Apr. 29. 
Bogaty, Hermann, and F. Kershaw, assignors to Proctor k 

Schwartz, Incorporated, Philadelnhia, Pa. Loop drier. 

1.490,761 : Apr. 15. 
RogdiinfTy. Alexander, Brooklyn, N. Y. Feeding attach- 
ment for crown-cork-making machines. 1,501,700; 

.July 15. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bogdanoff, Paul G., Battle Creek, Mich. Centrifugal 
pump. 1,521,226; Dee. 30. 

Bogdanoff, Paul G., Battle Creek, Micb. Vacuum pump. 
1,521,270 ; Dec. 30. ^ „ 

Boggess, Lawrence C, assignor of one-lialf to G. S. Bas- 
nett, Fairview, W. Va. tJnder-bood lock for automo- 
biles. 1,481,498; .Tan. 22. 

Boggs, Hugh L., Muncie, Ind. Electric chain-pull switch. 
1,516,144 ; Nov. 18. 

Bognar, Sandor, Ithaca, N. Y. Temperature gauge for 
sadirons. 1,491,580 ; Apr. 22. 

Bogre, Michael, Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon burner. 
1 515 295 ■ Nov. 11. 

Boh'an, 'Will'iam J., St. Paul, and R. N. Bickley, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Combined steam and internal-combustion 
engine. 1,496,839; June 10. 

Bohannon, David D., assignor to Resilient Safewheel Com- 
pany, Oakland, Calif. Hub and felly structure for 
resilient wheels. 1,489,656; Apr. 8. 

Bohannon, David D., assignor to Resilient Safe-Wheel 
Company, Oakland, Calif. Disk wheel. 1,505,368 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Bohl, Hugo E., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Radiant 
Lighting Fixture Co., Inc. Ring for lighting fixtures. 
Des. 65,049 ; July 1. 

Bohl, Hugo E., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., Inc. Ring for lighting fixtures. Des. 
65,050; July 1. 

Bohl, Hugo B., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., Inc. Arm for lighting fixtures. Des. 
65,051; July 1. 

Bohl, Hugo E., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Radiant 
Lighting Fixture Co., Inc. Husk for lighting fixtures. 
Des. 65,158 ; July 15. 

Bohl, Hugo E., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., Inc. Backplate for lighting fixtures. 
Des. 65,159 ; July 15. 

Bohl, Hugo E., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., Inc. Chandelier. Des. 65,160 ; July 15. 

Bohlander, Heinrich, Cologne-on-the-Rhine, Germany. 
Heat-insulating lagging. 1,513,723; Oct. 28. 

Bcihle, Karl, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, 
Essen - on - the - Ruhr, Germany. Swaging press. 
1,493,516; May 13. 

Bohle, Karl, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen, Germany. Producing metal rims. 
1,496,362; June 3. 

Bohli, Jacques. (See Hurlimann, E., Billon, and Bohli.) 

Bohli, Jacques, assignor to the Firm Scintilla, Solothurn, 
Switzerland. Combined locking apparatus for the 
distributing switches of electric-lighting installations 
of motor cars. 1,486,071 ; Mar. 4. 

Bohli, Jacques, assignor to the Firm Scintilla, Solothurn, 
Switzerland. Friction clutch. 1,487.010: Mar. 18. 

Bohli, Jacques, assignor to the Firm Scintilla, Solothurn, 
Switzerland. Electric ignition apparatus for internal- 
combustion engines. 1,510,437 ; Sept. 30. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and 
Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Desk stand. 1,492,096 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Bohlssen, Christian, Oshkosh, Wis. Headlight dimmer 
for automobile headlights. 1,513,216 ; Oct. 28. 

Bohm, Richard, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Fan belt and 
pulley construction. 1,495,878 ; May 27. 

Bohman, Reinhold. Bay City, Mich. Beet-topping ma- 
chine. 1,513,737 ; Nov. 4. 

Bohmker, John C, Bradley, assignor to Sears, Roebuck 
and Co., Chicago, 111. Spreader. 1.488,661 ; Apr. 1. 

Bohn, Chas. B., Foundry Co., The. (See Emery, How- 
ard, assignor.) 

Bohn, Donald I. (See Mann, Louis R., assignor.) 

Bohn, Frank J., Baltimore, Md. Surgical bone cutter 
and extractor. 1,493,240; May 6. 

Bohn, Gebhard C, St. Paul, Minn. Door joint. 
1,494,579; May 20. 

Bohn. George, Fouke, Ark. Insect-catching and cotton- 
picking machine. 1,515,826; Nov. 18. 

Bohn, George J., and P. W. Werner, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Wrench. 1,481,250 ; Jan. 22. 

Bohn, Rudolph A. (See Fischer, Walter D., assignor.) 

Bohne, Carl F., and D. R. Bentz, Norfolk, Nebr. Dirig- 
ible headlight. 1.516,325: Nov. 18. 

Bohr, Frank M., Boston, Mass. Shoe. Des. 65,515 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Bohrer, August, Jersey City, N. J. Shade and curtain 
bracket. 1.502.935 ; July 29. 

Bohrer, Charles J., and C. E. Nachtrab, Toledo, Ohio. 
Internal-combustion engine. 1,505,943 ; Aug. 26. 

Boice, William T., Davenport, Iowa. Combined pencil 
sharpener and holder. 1,486,007 ; Mar. 4. 

Boidin, Auguste, Seclin, Prance, and J. Effront, Brus- 
sels, Bf'lgium. Treatment of textile fabrics or fibers. 
1,505,534 ; Aug. 19. 

Boidin, Auguste, Seclin, France, and .T. Effrout, Brussels. 
Belgium. Simultaneous production of deminpralized 
amylaceous substances and lower nitrogenous matter 
for food purposes by the use of tubers or cereals in 
whole or broken grains. 1,509.467 : Sept. 23. 

Boisvert. Josepli L., Bourbonnais, 111. Poultry house. 
1.501,742; July 15. 

Boitel, Alexandre, Puteaux, assignor to G. Delmousee, 
Paris, France. Loom shuttle. 1,499,003; July 1. 



Boker, Vitus A., Minneapolis, Minn. Skate-grinding ma- 
chine. 1,487,142 ; Mar. 18. 

Bokum, William F., and J. H. Senior, assignors to Proctor 
& Schwartz, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Lapping 
machine. 1,517,945 ; Dec. 2. 

Bolandi, Raphael, New York, N. Y. Machine for attach- 
ing beads to fabrics. 1,510,378 ; Sept. 30. 

Bold, Albert J., Oakland, Calif. Floodgate. 1,510,033; 
Sept. 30. 

Bold, Frederick W., Chelsea, assignor to Boston Clock 
Company, Boston, Mass. Intermittently-operated ac- 
tuating mechanism. 1,487,434 ; Mar. 18. 

Bold, Leopold S., La Farge, Wis. Wire stretcher. 
1.509. 1'Sl : Sept. 23. 

Bole, Edward A., Long Beach, Calif. Pipe wrench. 
1,496,619; June 3. 

Bole, George A. (See Shaw, J. B., and Bole.) 

Bolen, James W., Alexandria, assignor of one-half to J. 
M. Marshall, Monroe, La. Pipe threader. 1,497,538 ; 
June 10. 

Boles, Elzie E., Santa Ana, Calif. Steam cleaner for 
motors. 1,505,852 ; Aug. 19. 

Bolesky, William P., assignor ot one-half to J. E. Ma- 
loney, Detroit, Mich. Method and apparatus for cut- 
ting polygonal dies. 1,482,110 ; Jan. 29. 

Boley, Ernst, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The American 
Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Dies. 
1,482,835; Feb. 5. 

Boley, Ernst, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The American 
Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Drawing 
wire continuously. 1,501,305 ; July 15. 

Boley, Joseph L., and B. E. Felts, King City, Mo. Engine- 
cooling fan. ], 486, 123; Mar. 11. 

Bolgiano, John F., Dayton, Ohio. Transmission mech- 
anism. 1,511,156 ; Oct. 7. 

Bolgiano, John P., Dayton, Ohio. Differential-locking 
device. 1,513,029 ; Oct. 28. 

Bolgiano, William C, assignor to The Brown Hoisting 
Biachinery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Lumber-carrier 
grapple. 1,493,953 ; May 13. 

Bolgiano, William C, assignor to The Brown Hoisting 
Machinery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Grab bucket. 
1.509,187 ; Sept. 23. 

Bolich, Charles M., Allentown, Pa. Windshield wiper. 
1.480,343 ; Jan. 8. 

Bolig. Thomas. (See Hummel, Franklin P., assignor.) 

Bolinders, J. & C!. G., Mekaniska Verkstads Aktiebolag. 
(See Rudqvist, Carl A., assignor.) 

Boll-Weevil Exterminator Company, Inc., The. (See 
L)ebnani, T. H., and Ferguson, assignors.) 

Boiling, John E., Newark, N. J. Binder. 1,494,730; 
May 20. 

Boiling Manufacturing Company. 
E., assignor.) 

Bollinger, Abram A., Gastonia, 
1.495,219: May 27. 

Bollinger, Simon, South WTiitley, 
1,503,630; Aug. 5. 

Bolls, Dess B, Washington, D. C. 
1,506,558 ; Aug. 26. 

Bolstead, Lewvean L., Oconomowoc, Wis. 
feed for machines. 1.499,441 ; July 1. 

Bolton, Andrew C, Miami, Pla. Coin-assorting bank. 
1,493,098 ; May 6. 

Bolton. Archer L., North Andover, Mass. Built-up mem- 
ber for paper-pulp engines. 1,507,305 ; Sept. 2. 

Bolton. Bertha, et al. (See Bolton, P. W., and Minniear, 
assignors.) 

Bolton, Edward R., and E. J. Lush, assignors to Tech- 
nical Research Works, Limited, London, England. Es- 
terification of oils. 1,481,678 ; Jan. 22. 

Bolton, Frank A., London, England. Container for hold- 
ing and delivering powder. 1,501,390 ; July 15. 

Bolton, John B., assignor of one-half to John Bromley & 
Sons. Incorporated. Philadelphia, Pa. Bobbin frame 
for looms. 1.521,351 ; Dec. 30. 
Bolton, John T., New Haven, Conn. Fabric-guiding 
mechanism. 1,493,954 ; May 13. 

Bolton, Joshua. (See Ames, R., Mills, and Bolton.) 

Bolton, Josiah V. (See Durbin, S. B., and Bolton.) 

Bolton, Philip W., and W. N. Minniear, assignors of one- 
fifth to G. D. Minniear. one-fifth to N. G. Rvman, and 
one-fifth to B. Bolton, Coffeyville, Kans. Outlet valve. 
1,500,918; July 8. 

Bolton. Wright, jr.. New Bedford, and N. M. Paull, Fair- 
haven, Mass. Ceiling rosette. 1.502,655; July 29. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Condensing 
steam locomotive. 1.509.5S1 ; Sent. 23. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Steam-tur- 
bine-driven locomotive. 1,516,517 : Nov. 25. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Steam loco- 
nrotivo. 1.521,000 ; Dec. 30. 

Boltz, Arthur H., Tallmadge, Ohio. Nut lock. 1,494,087 ; 

May 20. 
Bolus, William G., Rhinelander. Wis. Alloy flux for 
soldering aluminum and forming same. 1,483,327 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Bolze, Rudolph A.. Pleasantville. N. Y.. and E. W. Den- 
mnn, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric and Manufacturing Company. Heater control. 
1.519,2:^4 ; Dec. 16. 

Bomann, George A., Plainflold, N. J. Printed fabric or 
similar article. Des. 04,712; May 27. 



(See Anderson, Carl 
Headlight. 
Flue stopper. 



N. 
Ind. 



Chafing shield. 



Intermittent 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bomar, Benjamin P., Clovis, N. Mex. Bathtub mat. 
1,510,647: Oct. 7. 

Bombardi, John, Rosebank, N. Y. Unloading apparatus. 
1,503,019 ; July 29. 

Bombardle, Charles H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Wire- 
bounds Patents Company. Machine for use In making 
boxes. 1,485,953; Mar. 4. 

Bomborn, Bernhard, Berlin, Germany. Electric hoisting 
device. 1,513,738 ; Not. 4. 

Bompart, Charles F., St. Louis, Mo. Hand truck. 
1,484,804 ; Feb. 26. 

Bona, Stephen. Union City, Conn. Quick-release clothes 
wringer. 1,507,228 ; Sept. 2. 

Bonaparte, Swan G., St. Paul, Minn. Drier. 1,500,802 ; 
July 8. 

Bond, Alexander R. (See Walker, J. B., and Bond.) 

Bond, Charles L., Boston, assignor to P. E. Ginn, 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. Machine for filling containers. 
1,499,338; July 1. 

Bond, Edgar T., Chicago, 111. Knockdown crate. 1,486,478 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Bond Foundry and Machine Company. (See Bowen, 
James, assignor.) 

Bond, Frank A., et al. (See Elzey, Edgar P., assignor.) 

Bond, Frank A., assignor to United States Chain & Forg- 
ing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Vehicle bumper. Des. 
64.437; Apr. 15. 

Bond, Frank A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to United 
States Chain & Forging Company. Case-hardening 
process. 1,499,801 ; July 1. 

Bond, Henry P. (See Coblentz, G. W., Faries, and Bond.) 

Bond, .John W., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Floating sinker. 1,489,421 ; Apr. 8. 

Bond, Lee, et al. (See Dillon, James L., assignor.) 

Bond, Reuben W., Newport, Wales. Shutter for cinemato- 
graph apparatus. 1,519,392 ; Dec. 16. 

Bond, Robert I., and F. W. Johnstone, Fort Smith, Ark. 
Vaginal syringe. 1,484,621 ; Feb. 26. 

Bond, Stanley J., assignor to L. Falzer, Chicago, 111, 
Safety device for hoisting machines and the like. 
1,492,668; May 6. 

Bond. Thomas. Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Bank cage. 
1,508.642; Sept. 16. 

Bond, Thomas. Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Bank cage. 
1,510,206; Sept. 30. 

Bond, William H.. Sarasota, Fla. Handpiece for dental 
drills. 1,517.186; Nov. 25. 

Bondietti, Louis, New York, N. Y. Combination thermo 
bottle. 1,482,215 ; Jan. 29. 

Bone, Evan P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Motor vehicle head- 
lamp. 1,480,803; Jan. 15. 

Bone, David R., Oglesby, Tex. Hollow-tile building 
block. 1.516,491 ; Nov. 25. 

Bone, George A., Waco, Tex. Permanently affixing let 
tering on enameled surfaces. 1,497,539 ; June 10. 

Boneberg, Harold J., Buffalo, N. Y. Luhricating appa- 
ratus. 1,504,423 ; Aug. 12. 

Bonelli, George A., Kingman, Ariz. Form for concrete 
construction. 1,484,865 ; Feb. 26. 

Bonelli, Georce A., Kingman, Ariz. Thermostatic con- 
trol. 1. 508^872 : Sept. 16. 

Bonetto, Domenico, Roanoke, 111. Fluid-motor system. 
1,496,767 : June 10. 

Boney, Ashton M. (See Bunker, J. W., and Boney.) 

Bong Battery Corporation. (See Bong, C. H., and Soren- 
sen, assignors.) 

Bong, Clarence H., and C. P. Sorensen, assignors to Bong 
Battery Corporation, Chicago, 111. Storage-battery con- 
struction. 1,486,124 ; Mar. 11. 

Bone, Eduard. Suchteln, Germany. Lining furnaces, con- 
verters, and the like. 1.517,820 : Dec. 2. 

Bongardt, Ernst, Hersfeld, Germany. Step washing 
plant for ash, coal, and the like. 1.503.876 ; Aug. 5. 

Bongers, Arnold H., assignor of one-half to G. Boudou, 
London. England. Hairdressing appliance. 1,503,295: 
July 29. 

Bonger.<!, Arnold H., assignor of one-half to G. Boudon, 
London, England, .\ppliance for permanent hair wav- 
ing. 1,510,448; Sept. 30. 

Bongiovannl, Antonio, Barnesboro, Pa. Fountain brush. 
1,481.499: Jan. 22. 

Bongort, George M., Camdon, N. J. Liquid-oil-burning 
apparatus. 1.518,895 : Dec. 9. 

Bonham, Edwin, and .T. C. Wiltbank. Camden, N. J. 
Self-ad1usting bench clamp. 1,485,906 : Mar. 4. 

Bonham, Herbert, Glasgow, Scotland. Printing machine. 
1.489.878 : Apr. 8. 

Bonheim. Frank M.. St. Louis, Mo. Roller-shade fixture. 
1.507.660 : Sept. 9. 

Bonhotn. Gerald. (See De Montmollln. G., and BonhOte.) 

Bonier, Louis P., Woonsocket, R. I. Combined receptacle 
and cutting board. 1,483,040; Feb. 5. 

Bonine, Charles E., Cheltenham Township. Montgomery 
Conntv. Pa. Vehicle tire and rim. 1.489,589: Apr. 8. 

Boninl, "Robert A., Monossen, Pa. Toy. 1,511,497: 
Oct. 14. 

Bonk, FYank, jr., Ripon, Wis. Speed indicator for mov 
Ing-picture machines. 1,491,511 ; Apr. 22. 

Bonk, William. Buffalo Center, Iowa. Gas iron. 
]..non.392 ; Sept. S.T. 

Bonnnffous, Charles, .nnd P. Bozonnet, St.-Ouen, France. 
Milling cutter. 1,492,505; Apr. 29. 



Bonuafoux, Paul, Lancaster, Calif. Automatic hay baler. 

1,496,303; June 3. 
Bonnafoux, Paul, Lancaster, Calif. Self-feeding hay press. 

1,496,364 ; June 3. 
Bonnard, Leonard H., London, England. Retort and 

furnace. 1,499,850; July 1. 
Bonnard, Leonard H., London, England. Manufacture of 

vegetable charcoal. 1,521,801 ; Dec. 30. 
Bonneau, Edward W., et al. (See Benstrom, George A., 

assignor.) 
Bonner, Aubrey V., Erick, Okla. Churn. 1,494,209; 

May 13. 
Bonner, Clarence E., New York, N. Y., assignor to Renno- 

bec Company, Dover, Del. Pneumatic tire. 1,496,114 ; 

June 3. 
Bonnet, Frangois, Villefranche-sur-Saone, France. Ma- 
chine for molding concrete and the like blocks. 

1,495.879 : Uay 27. 
Bonnevie, Germain P., Rive-de-Gier, France. Rear axle 

for motor vehicles constituting a driving and change- 
speed unit. 1,506,333; Aug. 26. 
Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Floyd, Walter B., 

assignor.) 
Bonney Forge & Tool Works. (See Durban*, Joseph E., 

jr., assignor.) 
Bonniksen, Bahne, Leamington, England. Speed or 

like indicating device. 1,518,244 ; Dec. 9. 
Bonnington, Alexander, South Charleston, assignor to 

W. H. Davis, Charleston, W. Va. Making carbon 

black. 1.515.333 : Nov. 11. 
Bonniol, Adolphe, Providence, R. I. Ear attachment. 

1,507,154 ; Sept. 2. 
Bonnot Company, The. (See Sherban, Daniel V., as- 
signor.) 
Bonoflf, Harry A., Los Angeles, Calif. Condyle former. 

1,497,259; June 10. 
Bonoff, Harry A., Los Angeles, Calif. Dental wax and 

compound annealer. 1,511,443 ; Oct. 14. 
Bonom, Alfred, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Oscillatory 

arc shaper. 1,485,162 ; Feb. 26. 
Bonom, Alfred, Paterson, N. J. Propellin.g mechanism for 

boats. 1,504,180; Aug. 5. 
Bonsall, Charles D., assignor to P. H. Murphy Company, 

Parnassus, Pa. Corline bracket. 1,481.343; Jan. 22. 
Bonsall, Charles D.. Parnassus. Pa., assignor to W. P. 

Murphy, New York, N. Y. Car-wall structure. 

1,51!), 186; Dec. 16. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,481,823 : 

Jan. 29. 
Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,481,824 ; 

Jan. 29. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 
phy Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 

1,481,825 ; .Ian. 29. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,482,111 ; 

Jan. 29. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,482,782 ; 

Feb. 5. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. II. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Carline. 1,486,318; 

Mar. 11. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,488,905 ; 

Apr. 1. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsbur.gh. assignor to P. H. Mur- 
phy Companv, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 

1,502,656: July 29. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 

pbv Companv, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 

1,507,574 ; Sept. 9. 
P.onsall, Charle.'^ D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 

phv Companv, New Kensington, Pa. 1,513,477; 

Oct. 28. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,515,721 ; 

Nov. 18. 
Bons.Tll, Thomas L.. Montreal. Quebec, Canada. Mop 

wringer. 1,517,187 ; Nov. 25. 
Bonta, Ch.nrles C, Louisville, Ky. Demountable tire 

rim. 1.517.274 ; Dec. 2. 
Bontempi. Mario, New York, N. Y. Express coffeepot. 

1,488,089; Mar. 25. 
Boocli, Leo H., assignor to Bridge & Beach Mfg. Co., St. 

Louis, Mo. Stove. Des. 64,340 ; Apr. 1. 
Booher, Edward A., West Austintown, Ohio. Tie for mine 

tracks. 1,479,531 : .Tan. 1. 
Booker, Ernest G., Indianapolis, Ind. Hot-air furnace. 

1,482,112; Jan. 29. 
Booker. Ricbnrd A.. Richmond, Ind. Electric peening 

machine. 1,483.328; Feb. 12. 
Bonn, Bud W., Dardanelle. Ark. Plant-setting machine. 

1,486.512: Mar. 11. 
Boon, Daniel B., Roseburg, Oreg. Can opener. 1,521,271 : 

Doc. 30 
Boone, Albert, Sawtelle, Calif. Manifold lock. 1 .-180,813 ; 

Jan. 1.1. 
Boone, Daniel, Mining Machine Company. (See Hess, 

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Boone, Horace J. (See Bowers, C. L., and. Boone.) 

Boone, Jolm. (See Hop, C. H., and Boone.) 

Boonstra, Benjamin. (See Weinman, Williani, assignor.) 

Boonzaier, Gregorio J., et al., executors. (See Boonzaier, 
Wilhelm G.) 

Boonzaier, Wilhelm G., New Wandsworth, London, Eng- 
land. Cigarette-maldng device. 1,481,979; Jan. 29. 

Boonzaier, Wilhelm G.; deceased. New Wandsworth, Lon- 
don, England. ; I. K. Holland and G. J. Boonzaier, 
executors. Automatic coupling for railway and like 
vehicles. 1,499.966 : July 1. 

Boor, Paul, Forsyth, Mont. Beet harvester. 1,516,037 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Booraem, John P., Greenwich, Conn. Inclination indica- 
tor for airplanes. 1,479,024 ; Jan. 1. 

Boorum & Pease Company. (See Bardenheuer, William 
C, assignor.) 

Boorum & Pease Company. (See Von Auw, Alwin, as- 
signor.) 

Boose, Harry B. (See Koch, M. J., and Boose.) 

Boosev, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Seepage joint. 
1,482,216; Jan. 29. 

Boosincer, Charles F.. San Luis Obispo, Calif. Wave 
motor. 1,497.205: June 10. 

Booth, Charles W.. Chicago, 111. Uncoupling device for 
car couplers. 1,512,196 : Oct. 21. 

Booth, Charles W., Chicago, III. Uncoupling device for 
car couplers. 1.515,334 ; Nov. 11. 

Booth, Clement. (See Collins, W. A., and Tait, assignors.) 

Booth, Ebenezer H., Binghamton, N. Y. Pipe wrench. 
1,493,241 ; May 6. 

Booth, Frederick, Michigan City, Ind. Tool holder. 
1.497,479 ; June 10. 

Booth, Harold S., and G. G. Marshall. Cleveland, Ohio. 
Preparing substances in finely-divided fornj. 1,509,824 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Booth, Jameg S., Detroit, Mich. Adjustable pedal. 
1,487,197; Mar. 18. 

Booth. James S., Detroit, Mich. Spring suspension for 
vehicles. 1,508,157 : Sept. 9. 

Booth, James S., Detroit, Mich. Hood lock. 1,519,352; 
Dec. 16. 

Booth. Jesse, Blythedale, Mo. Poultry feeder. 1,502.171 ; 
July 22. 

Booth. Joseph L., Virginia, Minn. Washing process and 
machine. 1,487,914; Mar. 25. 

Booth, Lionel B., Cambridge, England. Objective for 
photographic and like purposes. 1,480,929; Jan. 15. 

Booth, Louis C, Sheridan, Wyo. Sight base for firearms. 
1.483.925; Feb. 19. 

Booth, Perley O., Ivan, Tex. Manhole cover for oil tanks. 
1,506,610; Aug. 26. 

Booth, Pliny P., et al. (See Brwin, William M., assignor.) 

Booth, Ralph W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Making cork disks. 
1,499,636; July 1. 

Booth, Robert B. (See Armstrong, John J., assignor.) 

Booth, Sheldon M., Chicago, 111. Shoe-polishing device. 
1,506,404 ; Aug. 26. 

Booth, William N., Detroit, Mich. Demonntahle-rim-se- 
curing device for vehicle wheels. 1,501,581 ; July 15. 

Booth, William N., Detroit, Mich., Demountable wheel. 
1,505,243; Aug. 19. 

Booth. William N., Detroit. Mich. Demountable rim for 
vehicle wheels. 1,521.071 ; Dec. 30. 

Booth, William T., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Air- 
plane slKnaling apparatus. 1,487,309 ; Mar. 18. 

Booth, William T., East Orange, N. J., and W. A. Boyd, 
Brooklyn, assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Vibration-reducing mount- 
ing device for signaling systems. 1,496,768 ; June 10. 

Boothbv, Jonathan, Menomonie, Wis. Printing-press at- 
tachment. 1,513.442; Oct. 28. 

Boothman, Dale M., Parnassus, assignor to Aluminum 
Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Electrode. 
1,490,504; Apr. 15. 

Boothman, Dale M., Parnassus, assignor to Aluminum 
Seal Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Closure seal. 
1,517,396 ; Dec. 2. 

Booton, John G., U. S. Army. Regulating-valve control 
for internal-combustion engines. 1,497,206 ; June 10. 

Boots, Harry O., Panora, Iowa. Carpet heater. 1,497,344 ; 
June 17. 

Booty, Stuart B., Dulwich Hill, near Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia. Reproducer for talking machines. 
1,502,332; .luly 22. 

Booty, Stuart B., East Perth, assignor of one-half to 
J. A. Turner, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. 
Magneto accelerator. 1,485,014 ; Feb. 26. 

Boppre, Joseph A., Decatur, 111. Carbonating apparatus. 
1,511,498 : Oct. 14. 

Borchard. Robert W., assignor to Allis-Chnlmers Manu- 
facturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Field-pole con- 
struction. 1.504,734; Aug. 12. 

Borchardt, Arthur. (See Heil, J. P., and Borchardt.) 

Borchart. Arthur, Centralia, Wash. Door closer. 
1,511,020; Oct. 7. 

Borclierdt, Waller O., Austinville, Va., assignor to The 
New .Ter.soy Zinc Company, New York, N. Y. Appara- 
tus for treating pulps. ],502,(i.")7 ; July 29. 

Borchers, Anton F., nssisrnor to T. (iiertson, Chicago, 111, 
Sanding machine. 1,490,555 ; Apr. 15. 



Borchers, Herbert L., Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to Na- 
tional Carbon Co. Inc. Machine for crimping dry- 
cell jackets. 1,509.582 ; Sept. 23. 

Borchers, Julius, New York, N. Y. Box and making the 
same. 1,482,727; Feb. 5. 

Borck, Michael. (See Convette, George, assignor.) 

Bordas, John, Miami, Fla. Tire-blow-out boot. 1,512,081 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Borden, Bradford, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Pipe- 
threading machine. 1,513,739 ; Nov. 4. 

Borden Company, The. (See Mitton, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Borden, William A., U. S. Army. Safety device for bomb 
fuses. 1,483,068 ; Feb. 12. 

Borden, William A., U. S. Army. Stabilizer or fin as- 
sembly of a bomb. 1,509,336 ; Sept. 23. 

Borden, William A., and C. H. M. Roberts, U. S. Army. 
Bomb body. 1,483,864 ; Feb. 19. 

Borden, William A., and C. H. M. Roberts, U. S. Army. 
Safety device for bombs. 1.509,337 ; Sept. 23. 

Borders, Charles P., et al. (See Smith, Harry I., as- 
signor.) 

Bordraan, Morris A., Philadelphia, Va. Sadiron. 
1.521,352 : Dec. 30. 

Boreiko, Albin P., Toledo, Ohio. Cigar holder. 1,483,503 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Borel, Joseph, Annecy, France. Heat-insulating handle. 
1,512,197; Oct. 21. 

Boren, Gustave M., Chicago, 111. Connecter for electric 
wires. 1,501,160; July 15. 

Borg & Beck Company, The. (See Nelson, Gustave C, 
assignor.) 

Borg, Carl A., assignor of one-fifth to L. H. Lichtenberg. 
New Florence. Mo. Rail clamp. 1,491.666 ; Apr. 22. 

Borg, Fredrik G., Chicago, 111. Concrete building con- 
struction. 1,516,074; Nov. 18. 

Borgal. Wilbert M., assignor of one-half to F. E. Mc- 
Intyre, Milwaukee, Wis. Tread attachment for ve- 
hicle wheels. 1,511,499 ; Oct. 14. 

Borgen, Chris, Burbank, S. Dak. Gas-line cut-off. 
1,486,277; Mar. 11. 

Borger, Elmer W., Palmerton, Pa. Adjustable folding 
stand. 1,485,244 ; Feb. 26. 

Borger, Elmer W., Palmerton, Pa. Rubber heel. 
1.490,797; Apr. 15. 

Borger, Henry B., assignor to Splitdorf Electrical Com- 
panv, Newark, N. J. Support for electric machines. 
1,517,101; Nov. 25. 

Borges, Mary, New Bedford, Mass. Shade and curtain 
fixture. 1,486,413 ; Mar. 11. 

Borgfeldt, George, & Co. (See Sander, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

Bergman, August J., Detroit, Mich. Radiator. 1,481,312 ; 
Jan. 22. 

Borgstedp. Elmer F., Napoleon, Ind. Tractor plow. 
1,513,366: Oct. 28. 

Borguet. Maurice. (See Borguet. Octave and M.) 

Borguet, Octave and M.. Braim-le-Comte, Belgium. Roof 
for sheds, railway stations, terminals, and the like. 
1.520,322 ; Dec. 23. 

Boring, Charles E., Rockford. 111. Tractor. 1,511.021 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Borkes, Francis W., assignor to The Chisholm-Moore 
Manufacturing Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Electric 
br.ake. 1,511,022 ; Oct. 7. 

Borkey, Stephen F.. Detroit, Mich. Refrigerating ap- 
paratus. 1,517,700 ; Dec. 2. 

Borland, Bruce, Chicago, 111. Car seal. 1,483,504 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Borland, Karl H., Watertown, N. Y. Perforating device. 
1,504,181 : Aug. 5. 

Bormann, Frederic, Ipswich, S. Dak. Burner. 1,483,712 ; 
Feb. 1? 

Born, William A., Chicago, 111. Cutter-bar tool. 
1.519,949 : Dec. 16. 

Borne, Louis A., Milwaukee, Wis. Locking device. 
1,507,984 ; Sept. 9. 

Bornemann, Karl, deceased, Breslau, Germany, assignor 
of one-half to E. A. Beck, New York, N. Y. ; M. Borne- 
mann, administratrix. Elimination of aluminum and 
metals of the iron group from zinc, zinc alloys, etc. 
1,515,140 ; Nov. 11. 

Bornemann, Martha, administratrix. (See Bornemann, 
Karl.) 

Bornemann, Theodor, Hanover, Germany. Removing 
broken tools from bore holes. 1,481,344; Jan. 22. 

Bornonieier, Arthur E'., Lincoln, Nebr. Oil burner. 
1,496,518; June 3. 

Borngessor, Rosa, Oakland, Calif. Card game. 1.498,949; 
June 24. 

Bornhnuser, Otto E., and J. E. Herman, Sandusky. Ohio. 
Mold for niakinsr building blocks. 1,501,644; July 15. 

Bornhauser, Otto E., and J. E. Herman, Sandusky. Ohio. 
Apparatus for making buildin.g blocks and the like. 
1,503,875 ; Aug. 5. 

Boinlioldt. Louis L., Highmore, S. Dak. Compression 
tester. 1,490,584; Apr. 15. 

Bornholdt, Louis L., Highmore, S. Dak. Pump. 
1,496,115; June 3. 

Bonimann, Carl, Binghamton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Ansco Photoproducts, Inc., New Y'ork, 
N. Y. Light trap for box cameras. 1,489,190; Apr. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bornmann, Carl, jr., Binghamton, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Ansco Photoproducts, Inc., Isew York, 
N. Y. Camera back. 1,511,157 ; Oct. 7. 

Bornmann, Carl, assignor to Ansco Photoproclucts. In- 
corporated, Binghamton, N. Y. Film-spool holder. 
1.511,158; Oct. 7. 

Bornmann, Carl A., jr., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts, 
Incorporated. Binghamton, N. Y. Winding key for 
cameras. 1,508,589 ; Sept. 16. 

Bornmann, Carl A., jr., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts. 
Inc., Binghamton, N. Y. Winding key for cameras. 

1.511.159 ; Oct. 7. 

Bornmann, Carl A., jr.. assignor to Ansco Photoproducts. 
Inc., Binghamton, N. Y. Winding key for cameras. 

1.511.160 ; Oct. 7. 

Bornschein, George D., San Francisco, Calif. Wrecking 
truck and towing apparatus. 1,500,225: .July 8. 

Bernstein. Beiijamin, Slianidkin, Pa. Magnetic rapid 
stamping device. 1,489,057 : Apr. 1. 

Bernstein. Benjamin, iSuamokin, Pa. Combination mag- 
netic stamp. 1,518,727 ; Dec. 9. 

Borovoy, Samuel, Lowell, assignor to Saco-Lowell Shops, 
Boston, Mass. Knee brake. 1,484.866; Feb. 26. 

Borowiec. Jan, East Chicago, Ind. Window. 1,511,871 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Borreson, Borre H., St. Paul, Minn. Mounting certificates 
or tags on vehicles. 1,508,046. Sept. 9. 

Borreson, Borre H.. St. Paul, Minn. Certificate or tag 
holder. 1.520,323; Dec. 23. 

Borreson, Borre H., St. Paul, Minn. Vehicle license or 
card holder. 1,520,324 ; Dec. 23. 

Borroughs, .loseph N.. Oakland, Cnlif. Soap dispenser 
and container. 1,502,936 ; July 29. 

Borroughs. Joseph N., Oakland, Calif. Towel rack. 
1,510,648; Oct. 7. 

Borsodi, Morris, New York, N. Y. Composite structure. 
1,504,805; Aug. 12. 

Borst, Andrew J., jr., Buffalo, N. Y. Automobile train. 
1,479.215 ; Jan. 1. 

Borst, Andrew J., jr., Buffalo, N. Y. Traction and driv- 
ing mechanism for vehicles. 1,482,113 ; Jan. 29. 

Borsuk, Irwin, New York, and E. V. Meyer, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. Clip for drawing instruments. 1,498,994 : 
June 24. 

Borton, George W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Crusher Company, New York, N. Y. Breaker 
plnte. 1,494.302; Jlny 13. 

Bortz, Sylvester J., Muskegon, Mich. Wedge for tool 
handles. 1,505,620 ; Aug. 19. 

Bory, Georges H. L. G. (See Galliot. Xorbert J. A., as- 
signor.) 

Boscarelli, Giovanni, Terni, Italy. Apparatus for rolling 
thin metal sheets. 1.490,69a : Apr. 15. 

Bosch, Joseph, et al. (See .-Vgnichek, Franck, assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert. Aktiengesellschaft. (See Conzelmann, 
Heinrich. assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Fischer, Otto, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Ingelfinger, Ed- 
mund, assignor.) 

Bosch. Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kleinert, Karl, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Koerber, Her- 
man, assignor.) 

Bosch. Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Rail. M., and 
Maier, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert. .Aktiengesellschaft. (See Steinbart, Her- 
mann, assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert. Alctiengesellschaft. (See Walther, Wil- 
helm, assignor.) 

Bosco. George B., Chicago, 111. Form clamp. 1.515.335; 
Nov. U. 

Boseheok. Emil. Barmen. Germany. Single-thread bone 
lace and making of same. 1.511.703: Oct. 14. 

Bos;ebeck. Emil, Barmen, and E. Tiirck. Langerfeld. near 
Barmen. Germany. Machine-made lace. 1,486,816; 
Mar. 11. 

Bosenbury, Joseph M., Peoria, 111. Door-control device. 
1.514.640: Nov. 11. 

Bosenbury. Joseph M.. Peoria, 111. Safety car-control de- 
vice. 1.520.6S9: Doc. 30. 

Boser, Frodorick J. (See Boser. William H. .nnd F. J.) 

Boser. William H. and F. J., Minneapolis. Minn. Ma- 
terial for making printers' rollers and producing the 
same. 1,514.249 ; Nov. 4. 

Boshnvak, Sehastyen P.. Rochester. Minn. .\utomatIc 
trnftic siirii.nl. 1.495.571: ^fay 27. 

Bosler, Frank, Cbillicotbe. Ohio. Ad.lustable bracket for 
hand mirrors. 1,498.432; June 17. 

Bo.slcy. Lewis W.. East Cleveland, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Hardware Company. Cleveland. Ohio. Stake 
pocket for vehicles. 1,507,229; Sept. 2. 

Bossard, Gisbert L.. Amsterdam. N. Y.. and R. 7.;\nc;s. 
Bern. Switzerland, assignors to Boss.ird Railwa.v Sig- 
nal Corporation. Troy. X. V. Railway-train-protection 
system. 1 .509.663 : Sept. 23. 

Bossard Railway Signal Corporation. (See Bossard, G. 
L., and Zangg, assignors.) 

Bosse, Wllhclm. (See Dietz, C, Lattan, and Bosse.) 

Bosshard. Albert C, Hayesville, Iowa. Bank-sloping 
attachment for elovatins graders. 1,491.460 : Apr. 22. 

Bosshard, John J. (See Reich, E., and Bosshard.) 



Bosshard, Theodore, Brooklyn, N. Y. Roller skate. 
1,494,210 ; May 13. 

Bosshardt, Rudolf, St. Gall, Switzerland. Thread 
counter. 1.516.145 ; Nov. 18. 

Bossi, Enrico, Turin, Italy. Apparatus for preparing 
coffee. 1,496,806; June 10. 

Bost, William, St. Charles, Va. Railway tie. 1,510,207 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Bostaph Engineering Corporation. (See Ramage, Alex- 
ander S., assignor.) 

Bostian, Homer C, assignor of one-fourth to J. N. 
Marshall, one-fourth to W. J. Sheehy, and one-fourth 
to E. W. Joyce, East Rochester, N. Y. Rail-drilling 
apparatus. 1.501,516 ; July 15. 

Bostic, Ralph R.. Kansas City, Mo. Cable-measuring 
device. 1,481.980 ; Jan. 29. 

Bostley, Frank, South William.sport, Pa. Trigger mecha- 
nism for guns. 1,500,666 : July 8. 

Bostock, William F., Braintree, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Manu- 
facture of wooden articles. 1.480,658: .Tan. 35. 

Bostock, William F., Braintree, Mass. Ornamented shoe 
upper. 1,512.450 : Oct. 21. 

Boston Clock Company. (See Bold, Frederick W., as- 
signor.) 

Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Company. (See Burley, 
Harry B.. assignor.) 

Boston, Irving L., North Berwick, Me., assignor to J. H. 
Dunning Corporation, New York, N. Y. Bos. 1,496,519 ; 
June 3. 

Boston, John. Newark, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to T. H. Carter. Strip-feeding mechanism for 
sewin.g machines. 1,502,544 : July 22. 

Boston Machine Works Company. (See Osgood, Walter 
P., assignor.) 

Boston Machine Works Company. (See Whelpley. Lloy 
E., assignor.) 

Boston Manufacturing Company. The. (See Adams, 
James A., assignor.) 

Boston Manufacturing Company, 1901, The. (See Mc- 
Quiston, James, assignor.) 

Boston Pressed Metal Company. (See Needham, William 
H., assignor.) 

Boston Scale & Machine Company. (See Greensmlth, 
James E.. assignor.) 

Boston, William J., South Berwick, Me. Thermostatic 
circuit closer. 1,494,335; May 20. 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Maynard, Arthur 
H., assignor.) 

Bostroem, August, assignor to S. R. Schwartz, New York, 
N. Y^. Lamp shade and means for mounting the same. 
1.4o6,319 : Mar. 11. 

Bostrom, Philip, Gooding. Idaho. Harness-trace support 
and assembly. 1,492,669: May 6. 

Bostwick, Cvrus R., Mariposa, N. Y., assignor . of one- 
half to H. Wallace, Glen Ridge, N. J. Car sea\. 
1,509.925 ; Sept. 30. 

Boswell, Archie, Princeton, Ind. Hose-draining device. 
1,492,239; Apr. 29. 

Bosworth. .-\lvah H., Woodhaven, assignor to The Bos- 
worth Filter Company, Inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. 
Liquid-fuel strainer. 1,506,967; Sept. 2. 

Bosworth, Cyrus M., Lakewood, and A. G. Boesel, Cleve- 
land Heights, Ohio. Thermostatic control device. 
1.479,784 : Jan. 8. 

Bosworth Filter Company, The. (See Bosworth, Alvah 
H., assignor.) 

Bosworth. George P.. assignor to Hemphill Company, 
Central Falls, R. I. Stitch-lenstb-controlling mecha- 
nism for knitting machines. 1.48S.972 ; Apr. 1. 

Bosworth. George P., assignor to Hemphill Company, 
Central Falls. R. I. Spring-needle knitting machine. 
1,490,908; Apr. 22. 

Bosworth, George P., assignor to Hemphill Company, 
Central Falls, R. I. Glove and making the same. 
1,495,155; May 27. 

Bosworth, George P., assignor to Hemphill Company, 
Central Falls, R. I. Method and device for grinding 
snring needle pressers. 1.495,156 ; May 27. 

Bosworth, George P.. assignor to Hemphill Company, Cen- 
tral Falls, R. I. Makinir knitted gloves and other hand 
coverings. 1,495,157 ; May 27. 

Bosworth^ Moore & Carscadin. (See Anderson, Harley 
E.. assignor.) 

Bosworth. Percy B., assignor to The Victor Rubber Com- 
pany. Springfield, Ohio. Pneumatic-tire tread. Des. 
05.707; Oct. 21. 

Bosworth, Robert C. (See Mcdernach, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Bosworth, Wilbur M. (See Cremean, W. F., and Bos- 
worth.) 

Bot, William H., Green Valley, Minn. Windmill. 
1.506,968; Sept. 2. 

Botella, Jacques, Paris, France. Manufacture of carriage 
bodies for motor vehicles. 1,400,657 ; Aor. 15. 

Boten, Thomas J., Lees Summit, Mo. Binder tractor 
hitch. 1.511.938: Oct. 14. 

Both, Tonjes ,\.. Stratford, assignor to The Connecticut 
F.lcctric Manufacturin<r Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Electric switch. 1,488,733 ; Apr. 1. 



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Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, assignor to The Connecticut 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Attachment plug. 1,490,730 ; Apr. 15. 

Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, assignor to The Connecticut 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Electric switch. 1,497,060 ; June 10. 

Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, assignor to The Connecticut 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Electric switch. 1,497,061 ; June 10. 

Bothwell, Henry E., assignor to S. Newman, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Circular-saw clamp. 1,496,975 ; June 10. 

Botnar, Jason, Minneapolis, Minn. Envelope opener and 
contents projector. 1,489,476 ; Apr. 8. 

Botnar, Jason, Minneapolis, Minn. Stitch remover. 
1,495,666 ; May 27. 

Botner, Fred A., Barboursville, Ky. Ice-cream-shipping 
tub. 1,485,665 ; Mar. 4. 

Bots, Richard H., assignor to Columbia Salvage Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus for un- 
loading high-explosive shells. 1,492,956 ; May 6. 

Bots, Richard H., assignor to Columbia Salvage Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus for un- 
loading high-explosive shells. 1,492,957 ; May 6. 

Bots, Richard H., assignor to Columbia Salvage Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for unloading high- 
explosive shells. 1,492.958; May 6. 

Bott, John J. (See Miehling, Rudolph, assignor.) 

Bott, .Joseph, assignor to Bastian Bros. Co., Rochester, 
N. Y. Means for uniting two metal parts. 1,506,356 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Bott, Joseph, and C. P. Mitchel, assignors to Bastian 
Bros. Companv, Rochester, N. Y. Means for uniting 
two parts. 1,506,357; Aug. 26. 

Bott, Otto, Oshkosh, Nebr. Windmill. 1,479,216 ; Jan. 1. 

Bottiger, Wilhelm, Biebesheim, Germany. Method for the 
manufacturing of radiator nipples. 1,486,479 ; Mar. 11. 

Bottino, Michael, Auburn, N. Y. Commutator. 1,514,828 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Bottom. Arthur, Veteran, Alberta, Canada. Automobile 
switch lock. 1.521,215 ; Dec. 30. 

Bottome, Edgar M., assignor to Fostoria Glass Com- 
pany, Moundsville, W. Va. Goblet or similar article. 
Des. 63,929 ; Feb, 12. 

Bottome, Edgar M., assignor to Fostoria Glass Com- 

gany, Moundsville, W. Va. Goblet or similar article, 
es. 63,930; Feb. 12. 

Bottomley, Walter G., Philadelphia, Pa. Label scraper. 
1,497,165; June 10, 

Botts, Robert H., Parker, Ariz, Tire pump. 1,487,835 : 
Mar. 25. 

Bouch, Arthur T., McGees Mills, Pa. Railway tie. 
1,505,621 ; Aug. 19. 

Bouchard. Jo.'seph, Lachine, Quebec, Canada. Plow. 
1,483,771; Feb. 12. 

Bouchayer, Auguste, Grenoble, France, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Electrolytic Iron, Inc., Dover. Del. 
Manufacture of electrolytic iron. 1,516,326 ; Nov. 18. 

Boucher, Donat F., Northbridge, Mass. Paper bag. 
1,482,783; Feb, 5, 

Boudou, Gaston, (See Bongers, Arnold H,, assignor.) 

Boudreau, Adlor, Oakland, Calif. Hose-winder clamp. 
1,519,018; Dec. 9. 

Boue Soeurs. (See Mont^gut, Sylvie, assignor.) 

Boughan, Charles. (See Ray, Edward D., assignor,) 

Boughan, Charles W., Hedriclj, Iowa, Vacuum cleaner. 
1,510,950 : Dec. 16. 

Boughton. Elbert S., New York, N, Y. Rating device. 
1,479,079 ; Jan, 8. 

Boughton, John A., Everett, Ohio, Molding sand. 
1,511,939: Oct, 14, 

Boughton, Solon J., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Laundry machine. 1,481,179 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Bouillon, Jules A., Bazoches en Houlme, France. Car- 
buretor. 1,497,207 ; June 10. 

Bouin, Charles, Boston, Mass. Stereoscopic projection 
screen. 1,498,433 ; June 17. 

Bouin, Charles, Boston, Mass. Viewing apparatus. 
1,498,434; June 17. 

Bouin, Charles, Boston, Mass, Stereoscope, 1,498,435 ; 
June 17. 

Bouin, Charles, Boston, Mass. Stereoscopic projection 
screen. 1.515,427 ; Nov. 11. 

Bouin, Charles, Boston, Mass. Stereoscopic motion-pic- 
ture projector. 1.51.5,428 ; Nov. 11. 

Bouin, Charles, Boston, Mass. Stereoscopic motion-pic- 
ture projector. 1.515,429; Nov. 11. 

Boulle, Fernand, (See Sardou, E., Boulle, Mordaci, and 
Commenge,) 

Boulton, Floyd, Detroit, Mich. Sinker for a fishhook. 
Des. 64,948 ; June 24. 

Boulton, George, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Folding 
machine. 1,491,784 ; Apr. 20. 

Bound, Arthur F. (See Hudd, A. E., and Bound.) 

Bound Brook Oil-Less Bearing Company. (See Shoe- 
maker, George A., assignor.) 

Bou(|Ui't, Ferdinand, Paris, Prance, Case forming a shav- 
ing requisite. 1.515.542; Nov, 11, 

Bourcheix, Aim§, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to S. 
E. Hann, Sheepshead Bay, N. Y. Spark plug. 
1,506, .^,59 ; Aug. 26. 



Bourgain, Albert, Paris, Prance. Electric radiator. 
1,495,572 ; May 27. 

Bourgard, Prosper, Dolhain, Belgium. Free-wheel and 
brake hub for bicycles. 1,481,046 ; Jan. 15. 

Bourgeois, Albert, Paris, France. Transformation-mak- 
ing machine. 1,483,713; Feb. 12. 

Bourgeois, James S., Roxbury, Mass, Carpenter's square. 
1,509,703; Sept. 23. 

Bourke, Thomas N. (See Slaymaker, Robert K.. and 
G. D., and Bourke.) 

Bourland, Quaile, assignor to The National Grave Vault 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Jack. 1,513,886 ; Nov. 4. 

Bourn, Robert T., Templeton, Mass. Post-office furniture. 
1,500,226; July 8. 

Bourn, Stephen W., Providence, E. I. Stop motion for 
flexible-tube-making machines. 1,480.741 ; Jan. 15. 

Bourque, David, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Company, 
Amesbury, Mass. Turnbutton fastener. 1,501,982 ; 
July 22. 

Bourque, David, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Company, 
Ame.sbury, Mass. Tool for use on noncircular work. 
1,513,478 ; Oct. 28. 

Bouschor, Henry A., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 
assignor of one-half to W. E. Bouschor, Seattle, Wash. 
Connecting means for lines. 1,483,274 ; Feb. 12. 

Bouschor, William B. (See Bouschor, Henry A., as- 
signor.) 

Bouschor, William E., Seattle, Wash. Locomotive. 
1.481,679 ; Jan. 22. 

Bousquet, Ralph, Pittsfield, Mass. Transmission-drum 
band. 1,510.825; Oct. 7. 

Bousquet, William J., Springfield, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to S. Sisisky, Tbompsonville, Conn. 
Vending machine. 1,503,260 : July 29. 

Boutelle, William H. (See Schumacher, E. L., and 
Boutelle.) 

Boutelle, William H., Sturbridge, assignor to American 
Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Eyeglass guard. 
1,513,795 ; Nov. 4. 

Boutelle, William H., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting. 
1,513,796; Nov. 4. 

Boutelle, William H., Sturbridge, assignor to American 
Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Eye protector. 
1,518,385 ; Dec. 9. 

Bouthillier, Alphida J., Providence, R. I. Shoe. 1,487,310 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Boutin, Stanley, assignor to W. E. Gilbert, G. H. Emp- 
sall, and H. Duckworth, trustees, doing business as 
Duckworth Chain & Manufacturing Company, Spring- 
field, Mass. Feeding and delivering mechanism. 
1,482,427 ; Feb, 5. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Motor-con- 
trol system. 1,490,197 ; Apr. 15, 

Bouton, Edgar M,, East Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Mo- 
tor-control system. 1,509,926 ; Sept. 30. 

Bouton, Edgar M., and G. W. Hurtt, Wilkinsburg, Pa., as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Control system, 1,495,766 ; May 27. 

Bouvier, (George A., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Connecting rod. 1,496,365; 
June 3. 

Bouvier, Maurice E., Lyon, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to La Societe pour la Fabrication de la 
Sole "Ehodiaseta," Paris, Prance. Dyeing of cellulose 
acetate, artificial silk, films, and the like. 1,489,814 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Bouvier, Maurice E., Lyon, assignor to Societe pour la 
Fabrication de la Soie Ehodiaseta, Paris, France. 
Treating fabrics for removing sizing or gum therefrom. 
1,517,888 ; Dec, 2. 

Bouvier, Maurice E,, and E. Blanc, Lyon, assignors to 
Society Chimique des Usines du Rhone, Paris, Prance. 
Catalyst, 1,500,794; July 8. 

Bouyoucoglou, Demeter. St. Louis, Mo. Dental crown- 
setting tool. 1,491,129 ; Apr. 22. 

Bovee, Ransom Y., Maywood, 111. Spring suspension for 
vehicles. 1,483,154 ; Feb. 12. 

Bovenizer, H. Lucille, et al. (See Kelly, Lewis E., as- 
signor.) 

Bovenizer, Herbert E., et al. (See Kelly, Lewis E., as- 
signor.) 

Bovey, Jesse G., Lincoln, Nebr. Signal. 1,506,334 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Bowden, Gardiner S., Brooklyn, assignor to J. B. Bowden 
& Co., New York, N. Y. Ring. Dea. 63,931 ; Feb. 12. 

Bowden, J. B., & Co. (See Bowden, Gardiner S., as- 
signor.) 

Bowden, J. B., & Co. (See Bowden, Martin L., assignor.) 

Bowden, J. B., & Co. (See Bowden, Martin L., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Bowden, J. D. (See Mountford, William J., Jr., assignor.) 

Bowden, Junius A., Los Angeles, Calif. Means for 
lubricating laminated springs. 1,493,597 ; May 13. 

Bowdon, Junius A., Los Angeles, Calif, Pressure lubricat- 
ing device. 1,520,745 ; Dee. 30. 

Bowden, Juniiis A., Los Angeles, Calif,, assignor to A, 
Schrader's Son, Incorporated, Brooklyn, N, Y, Spring 
Insert for dust caps. 1,488,000; Apr. 1. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bowden, Junius A., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to A. 
Schrader's Son, Incorporated, tSrooklyn, N. Y. Spring 
holder for attaching dust caps. 1,502,232 ; July 22. 

Bowe, Charles F., Canton, Ohio. Hack-saw frame. 
1,498,995; June 24. 

Bowe, Herbert R., Minneapolis, Minn. CofCee-displav 
case. 1.516,481 ; Nov. 18. 

Bowell, George B., High Barnet, assignor of one-half to 
G. R. Redgrave, London, England. Cinematograph 
mechanism. 1,479,888 ; Jan. 8. 

Bowen, Adna G.. Medina, N. X. Means for lubricating 
Incased universal joints. 1,483,865 ; Feb. 19. 

Bowen, Alfred D., Suffolk, Va. Display rack. 1,506,611 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Bowen, David R., assignor to Farrel Foundry & Machine 
Company, Ansonia, Conn. Calender or the like. 
1,492,591 ; May 6. 

Bowen, David R., and C. F. Schnuck, assignors to Farrel 
Foundry and Machine Company, Ansonia, Conn. Ma- 
chine and process for mixing or masticating rubber and 
like materiaL 1,496,620; June 3. 

Bowen-Dumars Power Corporation. (See Bowen, W. S., 
and Dumars, assignors.) 

Bowen, Frank J., et al. (See Maury, Alfred D., as 
signer.) 

Bowen, George W., Swarthmore, Pa. Stockless anchor. 
1,498,609 ; June 24. 

Bowen, Henry E. (See Brooke, W., and Bowen.) 

Bowen, Howard E., Baltimore, Md. Insect trap. 
1,497,540; June 10. 

Bowen, James, assignor to Bond Foundry and Machine 
Company, Manheim, Pa. Crossbead. 1,494,146 ; 
May 13. 

Bowen, James, assignor to Bond Foundry and Machine 
Company, Manheim, Pa. Caster wheel. 1,501,743; 
July 15. 

Bowen, James E., Akron, Ohio. Attachment for calen- 
dering machines. 1,514,647 ; Nov. 11. 

Bowen, John M.. Newark, N. J. Cleaning implement. 
1.. 503.449 : July 29. 

Bowden, Martin L., Brooklyn, assignor to J. B. Bowden & 
Co.. New York, N. Y. Ring. Des. 64,280; Mar. 18. 

Bowden, Martin L., jr., Brooklvn, assignor to .T. B. Bow- 
den & Co., New York. N. Y. Ring. Des. 64.713 : May 27. 

Bowen, Michael B. assignor to Faries Manufacturing 
Company, Decatur, 111. Arm for lighting fixtures. Des. 
65,365 ; Aug. 5. 

Bowen Products Corporation. (See Bacon, Chester A., 
assignor.) 

Bowen Products Corporation. (See Gleason, Frederick 
H., assignor.) 

Bowen Products Corporation. (See Severson, George W.. 
assignor.) 

Bowen Products Corporation. (See Skelly, Bernard H., as- 
signor.^ 

Bowen. Russell H., assignor to The American Pullev Com- 
panv, Philadelphia, Pa. Shaft hanger. 1,508,006 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Bowen, Russell H., assignor to The American Pulley Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Shaft hanger. 1,508,007 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Bowen, Russell H., assignor to The American Pulley Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of shaft hangers 
and blanks for same. 1.508,008 ; Sept. 9. 

Bowen, Russell H., .issignor to The American Pullev Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Shaft hanger. 1,508,000 : 
Sept. 9. 

Bowen, William S., and H. Dumars, assignors to Bowen- 
Dumars Power Corporation. New York. N. Y. Re- 
frigeration and power system. 1.510.353 ; Dec. 16. 

Bower, Charles R., Methuen, and J. Fitzpatrick, Law- 
rence, assignors to Acadia Mills. Boston, Mass. I'arn 
clearer for textile machines. 1,506,810 ; Sept. 2. . 

Bower, Ferdin.nnd A.. Flint, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit. Mich. Wheel. 1.517.821 : Dec. 2. 

Bower, George W.. Schenectadv. N. Y.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Clamping ear. Rel5,845 ; 
May 27. 

Bower, George W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Current collector for electric ve- 
hicles. 1,487.311 : Mar. 18. 

Bower, George W.. Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Coupling for insulators. 
1.508.158; Sept. 9. 

Bower, Hnriv J.. Camden. N. J. Twine holder and take- 
up. 1.516.075; Nov. 18. 

Rower, John H. (See Walker, P. H., and Bower.) 

Bownr. SIgmund, Brooklyn, N. Y. Swimming belt. 
1.506,359 : Aug. 26. 

Bowermnn, Emma, New York, N. Y. Ash trav. 1.490.909, 
Apr. 22. 

Bowerman, Jo<:eph .\., Wilbraham. T. Midgley. Hampden, 
and M. Castricum, Springfield, assignors to Tbe Fisk 
Rubber Companv. Cbicopee Falls, Mass. Manufacture 
of bend fillers. 1.519,482; Dec. 16. 

Bowers, Charles I.., and H. J. Boone, assignors, by mesne 
assignmenls, to Henry & Wright Mfg. Co.. Hartford. 
Conn. Dlelng machine. 1,480.044 ; Jan. 8. 

Bowers, Charles R.. Frankfort. Ind. Rolling tool and 
holding device. 1,512.394; Oct. 21. 

Bowers. (■I:irpn''e V.. K.nsf .Mlentown, Pa. Game appara- 
tus. 1,495,983; June 3. 



Bowers, David, Laurel Springs, N. J. Hinge construction. 
1,488,375 ; Mar. 25. 

Bowers, Edward, I'aducah, Ky. Vibratory platform. 
1,499,967; July 1. 

Bowers, James W., Pearlington, Miss. Clothespin. 
1,514,886 ; Nov. 11. 

Bowers, Jesse A., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and E. J. Baum- 
garten. Canton, Ohio. Spring forming and tempering 
machine. 1,487,530 ; Mar. 18. 

Bowers, Merrell E. (See Tryner, Ben J., assignor.) 

Bowers, Robert H., Nashville, Tenn. Can opener ana 
paring knife. 1,509,927 ; Sept. 30. 

Bowers, Robert R., assignor to Dain Manufacturing 
Company of Iowa, Ottumwa, Iowa. Hay press. 
1,513,579 ; Oct. 28. 

Bowers, Thomas G., New Haven, Conn. Corset. 
1,495,667; May 27. 

Bowes, Charles E. (See Bowes, Robert M. and C. E.) 

Bowes, Nelson M., Saybrook, Coi»ii. Strainer for gasoline 
tanks. 1,502,545 ; July 22. 

Bowes. Kobert iM. iiiid C. E., Indianapolis, Ind. Rubber 
p.Ttches. 1,489,477; Apr. 8. 

Bowie, Clifford 1'., Berkeley, and M. J. Gavin, Boulder, 
Colo. Apparatus for treating hydrocarbon-containing 
materials. 1,480,045 ; Jan. 8. 

Bnwlen, Allen L., Versailles, Mo. Hame tug. 1,509,704; 
Sept. 23. 

Bowler, Thomas, North Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada. Valve. 1,508,047; Sept. 9. 

Bowler, William J., assignor to Denpison Manufacturing 
Company, Framingham, Mass. Photo mount. 1,480,879 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Bowles, Byron E., Omaha, Nebr. Gas engine timer. 
1,495,767 ; May 27. 

Bowles, Leonard G., assignor of one-half to B. S. Miller, 
Columbus, Ga. Lock. 1,500,435 ; July 8. 

Bowles. Lester E., Clinton, Ind. "Battery carrier. 
1.489,112: Anr. 1. 

Bowlus, Henry C, Springfield. Ohio. Stop and drain 
valve for hose lines or the like. 1,481,180; Jan. 15. 

Bowman. Albert W., Winthrop, Mass. Oscillation detec- 
tor. 1,515.994 ; Nov. 18. 

Bowman, George W., Tarentum, Pa. Hedge cutter. 
1,494,336 ; May 20. 

Bowman, Jessie B., Middlesboro, Ky. Breast drill. 
1,519.951 ; Dec. 16. 

Bowman, Julius. Chicago, 111., assignor to Johnson Auto- 
mobile Lock Co. Taper attachment for screw machines. 
1.521.001 ; Dec. 30. 

Bowman, Levi M. (See Kotzebue, M. II.. and Bowman.) 

Bowman, Levi M., assignor of one-eighth to J. R. Penn 
and one-eighth to J. O. Phillips, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Modifying means for headlights. 1,490.311 ; Apr. 15. 

Bowman, Levi M., assignor of one-eighth to J. R. Penn and 
one-eighth to J. O. Phillips, Fort Worth, Tex. Modi- 
fying means for headlights. 1,493,426 ; May 6. 

Bowman, Levi M., Fort Worth, assignor to O. H. Lang' 
trustee, Dallas. Tex. Toy pistol. 1.480.344 ; Jan. 8. 

Bowman. Mark K.. Montclair, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to R. L. Suydam, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for cleaning boiler tubes. 1.516,880 ; Nov. 25. 

Bowman, Newton K. (See Dillon, James F., assignor.) 

Bowman, Newton K., Canton, Ohio. Tool for splicing 
cables. 1,479,362; Jan. 1. 

Bowman, Newton K., North Lawrence, Ohio. Mining-ma- 
chine bit. 1.487,198; Mar. 18. 

Bowman, Newton K., North Lawrence, Ohio. Mining- 
machine bit. 1.496.203 ; June 3. 

Bowman, Oliver S.. Colorado Springs, Colo. Window. 
1,513.887; Nov. 4. 

Bowman, Oliver S.. Colorado Springs, Colo. Floor con- 
struction. 1.520.325; Dec. 2:?. 

Bowman, Wm. I. (See Crawford. James T., assignor.) 

Bowmar, Gershon, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Insulating 
head for pistons. 1,482,778 ; Feb. 5. 

Bown, Ralph, Freehold, N. J., assignor to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company. Frequenry-control sys- 
tem. 1.490.958 ; Apr. 22. 

Bown, Ralph, East Orange. N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Directive radio 
system. 1.514,648; Nov. 11. 

Bownar. Gershon, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Piston. 
1,515.543; Nov. 11. 

Bowne, Prank B. (See Rose, J., and Bowne.) 

Bowne, Langford ,T., Howard Beach, assignor to Western 
Electric Companj, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 1.496,769 ; .Tune 10. 

Bowne, Percy C, Santa Ana, Calif. Dressing for auto- 
mobile tops and the like and making the same. 
1,490,312; Apr. 15. 

Bowser, Estella H., El Dorado, Ark. Sucker-rod joint. 
1,518,960; Dec. 9. 

Bowser, Loroy A., Hemingford. Nebr. Potato sorting 
and grading machines. 1.511.650: Oct. 14. 

Bowser, S. F.. & Co. (See Griffith, Clement P.. assignor.) 

Bowser. S. F., & Company. (See Hinds, Sherwood, as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F.. & Co. (See Pepper. Byron J., assignor.) 

Boyajian. John. (See Pappas, James H., assignor.) 

Bovcc. .Mbert C. Muskogee, Okla. Lathe center. 
1,479.952; Jan. 8. 

Bovce. Edwin, Pine Bluff, Ark. Rear-signal mounting. 
1,486,008 ; Mar. 4. 



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Boyce, Edwin, Pine Bluff, Ark. Automobile signal. 
1,498,779; June 24. 

Boyce, Fred F., Portland, and C. B. Eutledge, South 
Portland, Me. Propeller. 1,520.746 ; Dec. 30. 

Boyce, Harrison H., Forest Hills, N. Y. Fire extinguish- 
er. 1,.510,649; Oct. 7. 

Boyce, Harrison H., Forest Hills, N. Y. Temperature- 
indicatin!>- instrument for motor - vehicle radiators. 
1,518,896; Dec. 9. 

Boyce, James, et al. (See Hancock, Raymond F., as- 
signor.) 

Boyce, James, Holland, Mich., assignor to The American 
Cotton Oil Company, New York, N. Y. Food product 
and manufacture thereof. 1,483,155 ; Feb. 12. 

Boyce, John E., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Otis Eleva- 
tor Co., Jersey City, N. J. Self-leveling elevator. 
1,513,531 ; Oct. 28. 

Boyce, William S., Chicago, HI. Tie plate. 1,497,667; 
June 17. 

Boyd, Bertron K., and H. Kirsch, Detroit, Mich. Fire 
lighter. 1,486,072; Mar. 4. 

Boyd, Charles T., and P. B. Clark, Columbus, Ohio. 
Headlight for motor vehicles. 1,489,341 ; Apr. 8. 

Boyd, Claude L. (See Rayburn, James E., assignor.) 

Boyd, Floyd D., Bloomfield, Nebr. Taking finger prints. 
1.485.245 ; Feb. 26. 

Boyd. George W., Nashville, Tenn. Tire-mounting de- 
vice. 1,513,479 ; Oct. 28. 

Boyd, George W.. Nashville, Tenn. Pole or tower. 
1.521,422 ; Dec. 30. 

Boyd, Granville M., Spokane, Wash. Portable propeller. 
1,512,902 ; Oct. 28. 

Boyd, Harold A. (See Boyd, Thomas A. and H. A.) 

Boyd, Harry W.. assignor to Tinius Olsen Testing Ma- 
chine Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Testing machine. 
1,490.762; Apr. 15. 

Boyd, James G., .Jacksonville. Fla. Forming rectangular 
hampers and the like. 1,505,915; Aug. 19. 

Boyd, John S., Co. (See Boyd, John S., assignor.) 

Bo.vd, .John S., Co. (See Boyd, John S. and T. F., as- 
signors.) 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
linnistown, * Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,322 ; 
July 29. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Bovd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric." Des. 65,323 ; 
July 29. 

Bovd. John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric' Des. 65,324 ; 
July 29. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co.. Inc.. Wil- 
llamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,516 ; Sept. 2. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co.. Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,517 : Sept. 2. 

Boyd, John S.. assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65.518 ; Sept. 2. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co.. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65.519 : Sept. 2. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,947 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,948 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,949 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to -Tohn S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Tehtile fabric. Des. 65,950; 
Nov. n. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,951 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd. John ,S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,952 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,95.3 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wll- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,954 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,955 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,956 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,957 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Boyd, John S. and T. F., assignoj-s to John S. Bovd Co.. 
Inc., Williamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,260 ; 
Dee. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile .fabric. Des. 66,261; 
Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co.. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,262 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile faliric. Des. 66,263 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 06,264 ; Dec. 23. 



BoyS, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,265 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,266 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,267 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co.. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,268 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co.. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,269 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,270 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,271 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 66,272 ; Dec. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. 1,484,292 ; Feb. 19. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Making ornamental pile fabrics. 
1,484,293 ; Feb. 19. 

Boyd, John S.. assignor to John S. Boyd Co. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Thread-holding means for pile-cutting 
machines. 1,484,294 ; Feb. 19. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co.. Inc., 
Williamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 65,770 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Boyd, Joseph H., Richmond Furnace, Mass. Pencil 
sharpener. 1,494,988 ; May 20. 

Boyd, Leora R., Los Angeles, Calif. Doll. Des. 65,726 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Boyd, Roy. (See Hollis, F. J., and Bo.yd.) 

Boyd, Thomas A. and H. A., Shettleston, near Glasgow, 
Scotland. Twisting frame for threads or filaments. 
1,489,478 ; Apr. 8. 

Boyd, Thomas F. (See Boyd, John S. and T. F.l 

Boyd, Thomas H., Oklahoma City, assignor to Gas-Tite 
Device Company, Pawbuska, Okla. .\utomatlc pres- 
sure and vacuum device. 1,505,695 ; Aug. 19. 

Boyd, Walter A. (See Booth, W. T., and Boyd.) 

Boyd, William J., Yonkers. assignor to Peerless Roll Leaf 
Co., Inc.. New York, N. Y. Transfer metallized medium. 
1.515.722; Nov. 18. 

Boydelatour, George, Canton, Ohio. Lock for differential 
gears. 1,484.466 ; Feb. 19. 

Boyden, David S., et al. (See Adair, Thomas D., jr., as- 
signor.) 

Boyden. Davis S., Allston, Mass. Overload-indicating ap- 
paratus for transformers. 1.512,817 ; Oct. 21. 
Boye, James H., Chicago, 111. Holder for drinking 

glasses. Des. 63,872 ; Feb. 5. 
Bo.ve, James H., Chicago, 111. Curtain rod. 1,481,981 ; 

Jan. 29. 
Boye, James H., Chicago, 111. Shelf support. 1,502,288; 

July 22. 
Boye, James H., Chicago, III. Curtain fixture. 1,518,245 ; 

Dec. 9. 
Boye Needle Company, The. (See Carlson, Gustaf A., 

assignor.) 
Boyer, Anthony S.. St. Paul, Minn. Depositing pl.ite for 

lead mold impressions. 1,520,850 ; Dec. 30. 
Boyer, Charles T., Indianapolis, Ind. Combination table 

and china closet. 1,517,044 ; Nov. 25. 
Boyer. David L., Reading, Pa. Compound tool. 1.515,089 ; 

Nov. 11. 
Boyer, Edith E. L. and F. G. L., assignors, by mesne 

assignments, to D.nyton Scale Company, Dayton, Ohio. 

Mechanical vernier. 1.489,058; Apr. 1. 
Boyer, Edwin S., Plalnfield, and A. C. Buttfield, Butler, 

N. J., assignors to American Hard Rubber Co.. New 

York, N. Y. Manufacturing battery .iars and similar 

articles of hard rubber. 1,515.381 ; Nov. 11. 
Boyer, F. Walter, Wadsworth, Ohio. Nonclogging spray 

nozzle. 1,511,940: Oct. 14. 
Boyer, Frank P., Central City, Iowa. Bridle bit. 1,494,884 ; 

May 20. 
Boyer, Frederick G. L. (See Boyer, Edith E. L. and 

F. G. L.) 
Boyer. Harvey L.. Philadelphia, Pa. Plate holder. 

1.509.414 : Sent. 23. 
Boyer, Henry, Milford, 111. Sparrow trap. 1,506,045 ; 

Aug. 26. 
Boyer, John J., Yonkers, N. Y^. Eraser attachment for 

typewriting machines. 1,492,773; May 6. 
Bover, Lewis E.. Port Clinton, Ohio. Antislipping device 

for vehiclp wlieels. 1,493,461 ; Mav 13. 
Boyer, Oram A., Chester, Pa. Pluld-j'et motor. 1,502,289 ; 

July 22. 
Boykin, Bnrwell, ir.. Beaumont, Tex. Gripping device 

for rotaries. 1,508,590; Sept. 16. 
Boykin, Robert O., Rogue River, Oreg. Hammer. 

1.499,501 ; July 1. 
Boylan, Aaron P., Dcnison, Iowa. Vacuum tank. 

1,521,423 ; Dec. .30. 
Bovlan, Michael A., assignor to Boylan Tire & Rubber 

Company, Omaha, NebT. Tire protector. 1,494,337; 

May 20. 
Hoylan, Samuel H., Joplin, JFo., assignor to The Ore 

Reclamation Company, Baxter Springs, Kans, Sepa- 
rator and classifier. 1,519,019; Doc. 9. 
Boylan Tire & Rubber Company. (See Boylan, Michael 

A., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Boyle, Charles H., New Haven, Conn. Coring device. 
1,509,858; Sept. 30. 

Boyle, Charles H., New Haven, Conn. Shoe-polishing 
box. 1,520,690 ; Dec. 30. 

Boyle, James C. (See Krldler, B. C, and Boyle.) 

Boyle, John J., Philadelphia, Pa. Electrical perforator. 
1,493,014 : May 6. 

Boyle, John O., Youngwood, Pa. Pliers. 1,510,254 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Boyle, John O., Youngwood, Pa. Casting device. 
1.515, .544 ; Nov. 11. 

Boyle, Lewis H., Beloit, Ohio. Harness. 1,500,360; 
July 8. 

Boyle, Louis M., Los Angeles, Calif. Supply outfit for 
vehicles, etc. 1,498,831 ; June 24. 

Boyle, Michael J., Chicago, 111. Poppet valve. 1,501,036 ; 
July 15. 

Boyle, Willis J., and E. W. Roe, Los Angeles. Calif. 
BiHighole construction for oil barrels. 1,517,530 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Bailer bottom. 
1,490,959 ; Apr. 22. 

Bovnton. Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Bailer. 1,501,306 ; 
July 15. 

Boynton. Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Bailer bottom. 
1.508.771 ; Sept. 16. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Washing tool. 
1,510,581 ; Oct. 7. 

Bovnton. Alexander. San Antonio, Tex. Bailer bottom. 
1,513.030; Oct. 28. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Bailer. 
1,513,443; Oct. 28. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Tele.scopic air 
valve and operating means therefor. 1,517.611 ; Dec. 2. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Swab. 
1,520.400 ; Dec. 23. 

Boynton & Co. (See Forsyth, William H., assignor.) 

Boynton, Frank M., Solon, Me. Wheel. 1,514,422 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Boynton, Stanley E., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to Fitz- 
Empire Double Pivot Last Company, Auburn. Me. 
Last-block-centering machine. 1,505,129 ; Aug. 19. 

Boynton, Stanley E., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to Fitz- 
Empire Double Pivot Last Company, Auburn, Me. 
Last. 1,505,130; Aug. 19. 

Boynton, Vern K., New York, and P. W. Webster, Pel- 
ham Manor, N. Y., assignors to Perry & Webster In- 
corporated, Elizabeth, N. J. Masonry construction for 
chemical apparatus. 1,501,938 ; July 22. 

Boyrie, Frank Y., Hilo, Hawaii. Automatic clutch-release 
device. 1.503,682; Aug. 5. 

Boys, Charles V., London, England. Calorimeter. 
1.516,703 ; Nov. 25. 

Boyton, John C, assignor to The Adapti Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Outlet box. 1,494,412; May 20. 

Boyton, John C, Cleveland, and H. A. Stevenson, Lake- 
wood, Ohio. Rheostat. 1.492,774 ; May 6. 

Boyuls, Cecil H., Louisville, Ky. Garment former. 
1.501,307 : July 15. 

Boyuls, Cecil H., Louisville, Ky. Water-supply control 
for laundrv machines. 1,520,691 ; Doc. 30. 

Rozarth, William R. (See MacDonald, R. Q., and Bo- 
zarth.) 

Boze, Wyth H.. Wendell, N. C. Safety mechanism for ele- 
vators. 1.495.242; May 27. 

Bozeman, Virgil F. (See Parsonage, E. E., Bozeman, and 
Johnson.) 

Bozich, Peter M., Spokane, Wash. Railway brake. 
1.490,910 : Apr. 22. 

Bozonnet, Pierre. (See BonnafEous, C, and Bozonnet.) 

Brabant. John J., Sniithtown Branch, N. Y. Muffler. 
1,489,422: Apr. 8. 

Brabaw, Jlichael, Pearl Beach, Mich. Weed and stubble 
clearer for plows. 1,481,454 ; Jan. 22. 

Brabson, Frank, Newark, N. J., assignor to Oreene, 
Tweed & Co. Refrigerator-door latch. 1,490,694 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Brabson, Frank, Newark, N. .1., assignor to Greene. 
Tweed & Co. Door lock. 1,513,797; Nov. 4. 

Bracci, Giulio, Detroit, Mich. Wrench. 1,509,632 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Bracco. Frederick. Rutherford, N. J. Propeller. 
1,491,.'>12 ; Apr. 22. 

Bracco, Ro.se F., Chicago, 111. Satchel clip. 1,482,728; 
Feb. 5. 

Brace. Delbert B.. and W. B. Thomas, Elmira, assignors 
to Eclipse Textile Devices, Inc., Elmira Heights, N. T. 
Automatic electromagnet rover stop or breaker for 
spinning machines. 1,481,982; Jan. 29. 

Brace. I'ortor II., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Arc- 
welding electrode. 1.501.206; July 15. 

Brace, Porter H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Tempera- 
ture control for electrolytic cells. 1,521,002 ; Dec. 30. 

Brace, William D. S. (See Ramsey, Albert W., assignor.) 

Brace, William D. S., North Bangor, N. Y. Pet-cock 
operating device. 1.506,100; Aug. 26. 

Bracke. Robert F., Chicago, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to C. B. Camp, trustee. Oak Park, 111. Mani- 
fold for internal-combustion engines. 1,521,353 ; 
Dec. 30. 



Bracken, Earl J., Butte, Mont. Tag fastener. 1,494,211; 
May 13. 

Bracken, Earl J., Butte, Mont. Tag fastener. 1,510,379 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Bracken, Earl J., Butte, Mont. Tag-fastening means. 
1,510,380; Sept. 30. 

Brackett, Clare L., Detroit, Mich. Manufacturing headed 
tappets. 1,489,479 ; Apr. 8. 

Brackett, Francis W., Colchester, England. Rotary filter 
or strainer. 1,504,020 ; Aug. 5. 

Brackett, John, assignor to T. L. Smith Company, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Excavating machine. 1,492,419 ; Apr. 29. 

Brackett, Quincy A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Signal- 
ing system. 1,480,659 ; Jan. 15. 

Brackett, Quincy A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
Inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. System 
of control. 1,490,198 ; Apr. 15. 

Brackett, Quincy A., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Means for 
protecting wireless outfits from static disturbances. 
1,504,600; Aug. 12. 

Bracq-Laurent, Emile, Paris. France. Helical hearth fur- 
nace. 1,479,785 ; Jan. 8. 

Bradburn, Curtis E., assignor of one-half to C. Rewerts 
and one-half to J. Bradburn, Garden Citv, Kans. Hair 
curler. 1.500,919; July 8. 

Bradburn, Curtis B., and A. Finke, Garden City, Kans. 
Fluid brake. 1,507,104; Sept. 2. 

Bradburn, Julia, et al. (See Bradburn, Curtis E., as- 
signor.) 

Bradbury, Royall D., Andover, Mass. Caliper for measur- 
ing variations in latch needles. 1.485.365 ; Mar. 4. 

Braden, Albert R., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe JIachinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making 
patterns for castings. 1,518,133 ; Dec. 9. 

Braden, Charles H., assignor to National Airless Tire Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Tire casing. 1,495,768 ; 
May 27 ; 

Braden. Frank H., Rapid City, S. Dak. Mail-carrier's 
bag holder. 1.511.259 : Oct. 14. 

Braden, Henry W., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, of one-half to R. L. Hayes. Pilot 
valve or master control valve. 1,490.360 ; Apr. 15. 

Braden, Richard W. (See Stern, C., and Braden.) 

Braden, Richard W., New York, N. Y., and C. Stern, 
assignors to B. & S. Manufacturing Products Corpora- 
tion, Jersey Citv, N. J. Attachment for locomotives. 
1,499,637 ; July 1. 

Bradenburg, Francis C. assignor to The Wood Shovel 
and Tool Company, Piqua, Ohio. Method and appa- 
ratus for simultaneously forming and heat treating 
shovels. 1,500,571 ; July 8. 

Brader, .lames E.. Bethlehem, Pa. Paper banger's seam 
roller. 1.510,034; Sept. 30. 

Bradfield. William H., Columbus, Ohio. Commutator. 
1,491.743 ; Apr. 22. 

Bradford, Glen C, Tulsa, Okla. Snubber. 1,504,086; 
Aug. 5. 

Bradford, Herbert H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Clothes wringer. 
1,479,495 ; Jan. 1. 

Bradford. James M., Portland, Oreg. Combination table 
and cabinet. 1,499,148 : June 24. 

Bradford. Thomas R., Sturgis, Mich. Child's cart. 
1,482,506; Feb. 5. 

Bradford, William W., jr., Bel Air, Md. Airplane. 
1,492,506; Apr. 29. 

Eradler, Emma M.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Combination 
opener. 1,498,421: June 17. 

Bradley. Charles E., Montclair, N. .T.. and J. McGavack, 
Elmhurst, N. Y.. assignors to Naugatuck Chemical 
Company. Producing photographic and other films. 
1,519,659; Dec. 16. 

Bradley, Edward, Ogden, 111. Pipe wrench. 1,503.290 ; 
July 29. 

Bradley, Edward E., assignor to Atwood Machine Com- 
pany, Stonington, Conn. Stop motion. 1,482,779 ; 
Feb. 5. 

Bradley, Edward E., assignor to Atwood Machine Com- 
pany. Stoninston. Conn. Feed roll for spinning ma- 
chines. 1,516.076; Nov. 18. 

Bradley, Franklin F.. assignor to Bradley & Vroonian 
Companv. Chicago, 111. Apparatus for coating objects. 
1.484.867: Feb. 26. 

Bradley, Freeman, J., Fostoria, Ohio. Pulling device. 
1.510,035 ; Sept. 30. 

Bradley, Harry L., Milwaukee, Wis. Multiple switch. 
1.500,969; Sept. 2. 

Bradlev. Harry L., assignor of one-half to L. Bradley, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Shelf structure. 1,480,345 : Jan. 8. 

Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co. (See Hirschfeld, Alfred P., 
assignor.) 

Bradley, Jacob A., Milwaukee, assignor of one-half 
to A. O. Anderson, Shawano, Wis. Spring tire. 
1,490,556; Apr. 15. 

Bradley, James F., Lombard, 111. Pump. 1,513,480; 
Oct. 28. 

Bradley, Lynde. (See Bradley. Harry L., .nssignor.) 

Bradley, Sallle M., et al. (See Richter, John P., as- 
signor.) 

Bradley, T. M., Jr., et al. (See Richter, John P., 
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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bradley & Vrooman Company. (See Bradley, Franklin 
P., assignor.) 

Bradley, William F., and J. W. Hulson, assignors to 
Hulson Grate Company, Keokuk, Iowa. Grate section. 
1,500,920 ; July 8. 

Bradley, William H., Shelby, Ohio, assignor to The Auto- 
call Company. Electromagnetic bell. 1,479,217 ; Jan. 1. 

Bradley, William T., Linn, Mo. Razor-strop device. 
1,491,980; Apr. 29. 

Bradner, Donald B. (See Beall, F. H., and Bradner.) 

Bradner, Donald B., Edsewood, Md. Making oxides of 
nitrogen and caustic alkali. 1.516,588; Nov. 25. 

Bradner, Donald B., and M. L. Sherrill. Baltimore, Md. 
Making pungent compounds. 1,503,631 ; Aug. 5. 

Bradner, Harry E., Fremont, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Twin-Plex Reversible Window Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Window structure. 
1,487,199 ; Mar. 18. 

Bradner, Hosea T. (See Schurr, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bradshaw, Charles D. (See Harness, C. D., and Brad- 
shaw.) 

Bradshaw, Charles E., Waterhury, Conn. Key holder. 
1,500,483 : July 8. 

Bradshaw, (3eorge L. (See Swindler, R. M., and Brad- 
shaw.) 

Bradshaw, Grant D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Process of and ap- 
paratus for burning gas. 1,480,146 ; Jan. 8. 

Bradshaw, James R., Manchester, Tenn. Water-power 
device. 1,483,505; Feb. 12. 

Bradshaw, Marvin, et al. (See McGraner, John E. 
assignor.) 

Bradshaw, Mary J., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 
Cleansing composition. 1,492,507 ; Apr. 29. 

Bradshaw, Roy, et al. (See McGraner, John E. 
assignor.) 

Bradshaw, William H., Lansdowne, and H. W. Lyndall 
Wilmington, Del., assignors to Main Belting Company 
Philadelphia, Pa. Belt fastener. 1,470.850 ; Jan. 8 

Bradshaw, William M., and J. H. Ashbaugh, Wilkins- 
burg. Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric and 
Manufacturing Company. Control system. 1,521,003 
Dec. 30. 

Bradshaw, William M., and J. H. Ashbaugh, Wilkinsburg 
Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric and Manu- 
facturing Company. Regulator system. 1,521,004 
Dec. 30. 

Bradshaw. William M., and J. H. Ashbaugh, Wilkins- 
burg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric and 
Manufacturing Company. Regulator system. 1,521,005 
Dec. 30. 

Bradshaw, William T., and G. E. Schmidt. Oakland, Calif 
Tobacco-smoking pipe, cigarette and cigar holder 
1,509.633 ; Sept. 23. 

Bradt, Harold J., Pontiae, Mich. Disk wheel. 1,496,920 
June 10. 

Bradt, Merritt B. (See Cook, W. E., and Bradt.) 

Brady, Byron, Dunmore, Pa. Child's vehicle. 1,503.878 
Aug. 5. 

Brady Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See Rock- 
well, Herbert O., as.signor.) 

Brady, Golden O., Crane, Oreg. Casket. 1,507,726 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Brady, Gurdon G., Arkansas City, Kans. Temper screw. 

1,520,401 ; Dee. 23. 
Brady, Henry, Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor to Henry Brady, 

Inc. Tray-making machine, 1,483,211 ; Feb. 12. 
Brady, Henry, Inc. (See Brady, Henry, assignor.) 
Brady, Henry, Inc. (See Hilsinger, Adin W., assignor.) 
Brady, Henry A. (See Waters, W,, and Bradv.) 
Brady, James A,, and W, F, Walter. McGirk, Mo, Auto- 

maticnlly-turnable headlight, 1,488,860; Apr, 1. 
Brady, John B,, Somerset, Md,, assignor to Morkrum 

Company, Chicago, 111. Radiotelegraph system. 

1,485,212; Feb. 26. 
Brady, John D., El Dorado, Ark. Double-acting pump. 

1,498,832; June 24. 
Bradv, John F., Colorado Springs, Colo. Flying machine. 

1,491,581 ; Apr. 22. 

Brady, John L., National, Wash. Cable sheave for log- 
ging railways. 1,497,427 ; June 10, 

Brady, John S,, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Washing machine. 
1,479,218; .Tan. 1. 

Brady, Joseph H., Kansas City, Mo. Foot warmer. 
1,497,062; June 10. 

Brady, Judson R., Arkansas City, Kans. Wire-line clamp. 
1,504 087; Aug. 5. 

Brady, Leon H., Lakewood, Ohio. Oil burner. 1,490,658 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Brady, Thomas, Woodcliff, N. J. Door-operating device. 
1,480, 27>; Mar, 11, 

Brady, William H,, Uoselle, assignor to Diehl Manufac- 
turing Compiiny, Elizal)eth, N, J. Lighting device for 
sewing mnchinos. 1,484.868; Feb. 26. 

Brady, William P., New Britain, Conn. Adjustable sec- 
ondary rack. 1,504,859 ; Aug, 12. 

Braemcr, William G. R., Cranston, R. I., and J. Arm- 
strong, Maiden, Mass., assignors to American Moisten 
ing Company, Humidity controller, 1,481,251 ; Jan, 22. 

Braonder, Frederick L,, Montclair, N, J. Automobile 
tire. Des, 65,030 ; Sept. 23. 



Braender, Frederick L., Montclair, assignor to Braender 

Rubber & Tire Co., Rutherford, N. J. Automobile tire. 

Des. 64,834 ; June 10. 
Braender Rubber & Tire Co. (See Braender, Frederick 

L., assignor.) 
Braender, Walter P., Montclair, N. J. Automobile tire. 

Des. 65,218 ; July 22. 
Brage, Carl O., Ralston, Nebr. Tray for trunks, chests, 

and boxes. 1,496,703 ; June 3. 
Brager, Carl S. (See Thovson, T. 0., Bray, Brager, and 

Brager.) 
Brager, Oliver. (See Thovson, x. O., Bray, Brager, and 

Brager.) 

Bragg, Thomas M., Mungeribar, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Spotlamp for automobiles, 1,508,772 ; Sept, 16. 

Bragg, Thomas M,, Mungeribar, and J. F. Howarth, 
Marrickville, near Sydney, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Automobile headlamp. 1,512,158 ; Oct. 21. 

Brainard, Frank K., West Allis, assignor to Allis-Chal- 
mers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Elec- 
trical governing apparatus. 1,505,853 ; Aug. 19. 

Brainard, George C. (See Foster, H. J., Gruenfeldt, and 
Brainard.) 

Brainard, George C, assignor to The Ilydraulic Steel 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pressed-steel spring hanger 
for automobile frames. 1,506,157 ; Aug. 26. 

Brainard, Pearl H., Macomb, 111. Jacketed container. 
1.489,059 : Apr. 1. 

Brainerd, Charles F., and G. H, Toulson, Endlcott, N. Y. 
Portable power drive. 1,510,084 ; Sept. 30. 

Brainerd, Edward R., Los Angeles, Calif. Double-deck 
bus. 1,479,426; Jan. 1. 

Brainerd, Frank P., and A. E. Pollman, Gays Mills, Wis. 
Combined tire carrier and rim contractor. 1,496,082; 
June 3. 

Brais, Leo. (See Brock, E. F., and Brais.) 

Bralsted, Edward J., Flushing, N. Y. Ventilator for ve- 
hicles. 1,487.507 ; Mar. 18. 

Bralsted, Le Roy, Wellesley, assignor to Milford Iron 
Foundry, Milford, Mass. Welded column and making 
It. 1,482,541; Feb. 5. 

Braithwaite, Henry E. I., Anyox, British Columbia, 
Canada. Controlling switch for automobile locking 
devices. 1,517,188 ; Nov. 25, 

Brake, George U. (See Fries, N., Filers, and Brake.) 

Brake, George U., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Tokheim 
Oil Tank and Pump Company. Counter for dispensing 
pumps. 1,481,773 : ,Tan, 22, 

Brake, George U,, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Tok- 
heim Oil Tank and Pump Company. Lock for clutch 
mechanisms, 1.511,651 ; Oct. 14, 

Brake, Lloyd A., Crawfordsville, Ind, Car-controlling de- 
vice. 1,499,638 ; July 1. 

Braley, Charles L., assignor of one-half to C. P. Noftzger, 
Chicago, 111. Conveyer and hanger. 1,496,444 ; June 3. 

Braley, Charles L., assignor of one-half to C. P. Noftzger, 
Chicago, 111. Marking-pin holder. 1,501,897 ; July 22. 

Braley, Thomas E., Wichita, Kans., as.signor to L. 
Schwab, doing business as Stevens & Company, New 
York, N. Y, Assembling clamp. 1,519.187 ; Dec. 16. 

Braman, Harold A., Providence, R. I. Fire extinguisher. 
1,483,329; Feb. 12. 

Bramble, Byron E., Champaign, 111. Printing and regis- 
tering device for accounting systems. 1,495,984 ; June 3. 

Bramhorst, John H., Milwaukee, Wis. Clamp. 1,500,795; 
July 8. 

Bramming, Carl, Chicago, 111., assignor to Accessories 
Manufacturing Company. Grease gun, 1,479,219 ; 
Jan, 1. 

Bramson, Charles, Jollet, 111. Manufacture of phosphate 
salts and phosphoric acid. 1,493,099 ; May 6. 

Bramson, Charles, Joliet, III. Treating mineral phos- 
phates. 1,493,100; May 6. 

Bramson, Mogens L,, J, Hanson, and T. B. Caldwell, 
Stafford, England. Flexible pipe line. 1,500,921 ; 
July 8. 

Branch, Charles J., Philadelphia, Pa, Adjustable bracket 
for supporting wall radiators, 1,488.226 ; Mar, 25. 

Branch, George I. (See Quinn, .7. E., and Branch.) 

Brancheau, Albert J,, and P. Bodrie, Flint, Mich, Sod- 
Une cutter for railways. 1,480,237; Jan. 8. 

Brand, Anna, Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Health-Tex Products Corporation. Cata- 
menial sack or napkin holder. 1,508,740 ; Sept. 16. 

Brand, William M. (See Labadle, H. H,, Beers, and 
Brand.) 

Brandeberry, Myron, Bloomdale, Ohio. Bit hammer and 
joint breaker. 1,505,916 • Aug. 19. 

Brniidohorry, Myron, Bloomdale, Ohio. Concrete form. 
1.517.940: Dec. 2. 

Erandonberger, Oscar, assignor to the Firm Subox A. G., 
Zurich, Switzerland. Manufacturing building ma- 
terials. 1,515,723 ; Nov. 18. 

Brandenburg. Dudley C. Denver, Colo. Indicator for 
motor vehicles. 1,489,060; Apr, 1. 

Brandenburg, Francis C, assignor to The Wood Shovel 
and Tool Company, Piqua, Ohio. Shovel. 1,518,246 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Brandenburg, Richard 0., et al. (See Rakcstraw, 
Thomas G., assignor.) 

Rrandenstein, H. V., administrator. (See Bransten, 
Manfred.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Brander, George, pt nl. (See Robbing, Patnck, assigi\or.) 

Brander, Yrjo, and G. S. Gyllenberg. Tampere, Finland. 
Hand plane. 1,510,295 ; Sept. 30. 

Brandes, C., Inc. (See Bergman, Edward, assignor.) 

Brandes, C, Inc. (See Fiscber, Hermann, assignor.) 

Brandes, C, Inc. (See Eespess, William R., assignor.) 

Brandes. C, Inc. (See Urich. Louis J., assignor.) 

Brandewle, Leo P., Houston, Ohio. Cow-tall holder. 
1,483,772; Feb. 12. 

Brandock, Andrew S., Pueblo, Colo. Engine driving boi. 
1.486,862; Slar. 18. 

Brandon, Arthur H., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to The Deep Well Engineering Company, Toledo, 
Ohio. Casing and pipe machine. 1,514,195 ; Nov. 4. 

Brandon, David C, Balikpapan. Borneo, Dutch East In- 
dies. Dephlegmator. 1,519.719 ; Dec. 16. 

Brandon, Harry B., assignor of one-half to J. E. Schroder, 
Worcester, Mass. Brush-cleaning device. 1,493,910 ; 
May 13. 

Brandon, Harry B., and C. A. Stewart, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to J. A. Schroder, Worcester, 
Mass. Paintbrush-cleaning machine. 1,493,017 ; 
May 13. 

Brandrlff, Daniel, Short Beach, assignor to Malleable 
Iron Fittings Company, Branford, Conn. Lubricating 
attachment for percussion tools. 1,483,569 ; Feb. 12. 

Brandrup, Harold, Maywood, 111. Combination soldering 
iron and blowtorch. 1,492,508; Apr. 29. 

Brandstetter, Josef, Chicago, 111. Manufacturing bolts. 
1,494,660 : May 20. 

Brandstetter, Josef, Chicago, 111. Amalgam mixer. 
1,496,204; June 3. 

Brandstetter, Josef, Chicago, 111. Phonograph stop. 
1,517,822; Dec. 2. 

Brandt Automatic Cashier Company. (See Brandt, Ed- 
ward J., nssignor.) 

Brandt. Edgar W., Paris, France. Lifting truck. 
1,497,085 : June 10. 

Brandt, Edmund S. R., Newport, and J. H. Peckham. 
Portsmouth, R. I., assignors to the Government of the 
United States. Torpedo. 1,491.000 ; Apr. 22. 

Brandt, Edward J., Watertown, Wis. Resilient wheel. 
1,483,275; Feb. 12. 

Brandt. Edward J.. Watertown, Wis. Resilient wheel. 
1.504,806 : Aug. 12. 

Brandt, Edward J., assignor to Brandt Automatic Cash- 
ier Company, Watertown, Wis. Resetting mechanism. 
1,512,578; Oct. 21. 

Brandt. Edward J., assignor to Brandt Automatic Cashier 
Company, Watertown, Wis. Coin-delivery apparatus. 
1.517,397: Dec. 2. 

Brandt, Fokko, Kansas City, Kans. Stump-extracting 
machine. 1,494,580; May 20. 

Brandt, Fokko, assignor to The Brandt & Krell Engi- 
neering Company, Kansas City, Kans. Stringer clamp. 
1,480,147 ; Jan. 8. 

Brandt, Friedrich W.. and C. M. Wiles, Columbus, Tex. 
Wheel rim. 1..491.G67 ; Apr. 22. 

Brandt, Gustav O., assignor to L. A. Young Industries. 
Inc., Detroit. Mich. Cushion and upholstering spring 
for automobiles and the like. 1,497,888 ; June 17. 

Brandt, Gustav O., assignor to L. A. Young Industries, 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Upholstery unit for vehicle bodies 
and the like. 1,507,810 ; Sept. 9. 

Brandt, Henry E., assignor to The Dobbins Manufactur- 
ing Company, North St. Paul, Minn. Duster. 
1,5] 5,336; Nov. 11. 

Brandt, Isaac, Boxholm, Iowa. Driving connection for 
corn pickers and the like. 1,514.887 : Nov. 11. 

Brandt & Krell Engineering Company, The. (See Brandt, 
Fokko, assignor.) 

Brandt, Martin, Toms River, N. J. Dry mash feed hop- 
per. 1,480,497; Jan. 8. 

Brandwein, Henry G., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for filling 
mattresses. 1.484.869: Feb. 26. 

Brandwood, John, T., and J., Bury, England. Apparatus 
for the dyeing or analogous treatment of textiles. 
1,495.243 ; May 27. 

Brandwood, Joseph. (See Brandwood, John, T., and J.) 

Brandwood, Thom.is. (See Brandwood, John, T., and J. i 

Brann, Albert, East Orange. N. J., assignor to Westincr- 
house Lamp Company. Tipless lamp stem. 1,510,540 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Brann, Harriet L., Des Moines, Iowa. Hair curler. 
1,500,922 : July 8. 

Brann, H.nrry H., and G. H. Tenbrook, assignors to 
Haviside Company, San Francisco, Calif. Ship's lad- 
der. 1,490.731 ; Apr. 15. 

Braniian. William T., Eldred, 111. Chain fastener. 
1.517.701 ; Dec. 2. 

Brannstrom. Gustnf V.. and V. J. Carlson, Chicago, 111, 
Brush. 1.517,492: Dec. 2. 

Branscum, William 11.. Highland, Calif. Attachment for 
motor vehicles. 1,505,854 ; Aug. 19. 

Bransky, Oscar E. (See Glair, H. F., and Bransky.) 

Branson. .Tohn W., Wallace, \'a. Brooder stove. 
1,501,434 : Jnlv 15. 

Bransten, Manfred, deceased, San Francisco, Calif. ; H. 
v. Brandcnstein. administrator. Sealing containers in 
vacuum. 1.504,088 ; Aug. 5. 

Brantford Computing Scales, Limited. (See Herod, 
Charles H., assignor.) 



Brantford Computing Scales, Ltd. (See McGregor, 
James D., assignor.) 

Brantman, Maurice W., Brooklyn, assignor to Republic 
Knitting Mills, Inc., New York, N. Y. Knitted jacket. 
Des. 65,096; July 8. 

Brasch, Louis F., Newark, N. J. Doorstop. 1,485,954 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Brasch, Louis F., Newark, N. J. Door hanger. 1,489,734 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Brasier, William H., Corpus Christi, Tex. Lock box. 
1,493,801; May 13. 

Brasington, Ross M., Marietta, Ohio. Compressor regu- 
lator. 1,493,064 ; May 6. 

Brass, Joseph, assignor to Delpark, Inc., Newark, N. J. 
Collar and making same. 1,496,292 ; June 3. 

Brasseur, Ernest J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 111. Stencil-duplicating 
machine. 1,516.227 ; Nov. 18. 

Brasseur, Ernest J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, HI. Stencil-duplicating 
machine. 1,516,228 ; Nov. 18. 

Brasseur, Ernest J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 111. Stencil-duplicating 
machine. 1.517,275: Dec. 2. 

Brassier Co., The. (See Greets, Daniel, assignor.) 

Brasted, Clair H., East Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Ludlow Typograph Com- 
pany. Chicago, 111. Strip - casting mechanism. 
1,507,456; Sept. 2. 

Bratt, Francis, Ladywood, Birmingham, England. Con 
struction of spring wheels. 1,493,462 ; May 13. 

Bratton, Roscoe, Lebanon, Ind. Change-quick under- 
wear. 1,510,255; Sept. 30. 

Bratton, W. Norman, assignor to Climax Molybdenum 
Company, New York, N. Y. Alloy steel. 1.498,071 ; 
June 17. 

Bratz, Henry R., Eau Claire, Wis. Jewelry setter. 
1,514,126: Nov. 4. 

Braucher, Edward F., Denver, Colo. Advertising disk 
for automobile wheels. 1,501.094 : July 15. 

Brault, Bruno, Two Rivers, Wis. Time-controlled appa- 
ratus. 1.499,968 ; July 1. 

Braun-Bruning oc Co. (See Schroder, Edmund, assignor.) 

Braun, Carl F., San Francisco, Calif. Tube-expanding 
tool. 1.516,704 : Nov. 25. 

Brann, Charles. Brooklvu, N. Y. Storage and dispensing 
apparatus. 1.489,627; Apr. 8. 

Braun Corporation, The. (See Brown, Nicholas E., as- 
signor.) 

Braun, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Detergent. 1,494,147 ; 
May 13. 

Braun, Frank, Los Angeles, Calif. Flying machine. 
1.485.103: Feb. 26. 

Braun, Frederick W., Pasadena, and J. D. Neuls, ll(0s 
Angeles, Calif., assignors to California Cyanide Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Method of and 
apparatus for fumigation. 1,497,428 ; June 10. 

Braun, George, Providence, R. I. Motor meter. 1,493.318 ; 
May 6. 

Braun. John M. (See Rutledge, Lucy E., assignor.) 

Braun, Philip N.. assignor to The Prx)sperity Co. Inc., 
Svracuse, N. Y. Shirt-ironing machine. 1,500,543 ; 
July 8. 

Braun. William P. M.. Philadelphia, Pa. Gang lawn 
cleaner and rake. 1.509,408 : Sent. 23. 

Braunig. Jake S. (See Davis, Donald V., assignor.) 

Braunstein, Achille, assignor to Anchor Corrugating 
Construction Co., New York, N. Y. Display cabinet. 
1,504.933: Aug. 12. 

Braunstein, Roger, Paris, France. Device for interfolding 
sheets of paper. 1,502,333; .July 22. 

Brawn, Charles A., assignor to Birdsboro Stone Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Stone crusher. 1.485.955 ; Mar. 4. 

Brawner, Harrv O., Baltimore, Md. Making short-neck 
bottles. 1.500,484 : July 8. 

Brawner, Ilenrv P.. Baltimore, Md. Sifter top for con- 
tainers. 1,5()1,037 ; July 15. 

Bray, Albert M., Cleveland, Ohio. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,479.953 ; Jan. 8. 

Bray. Elmer. (See I'hovson, T. O., Bray, Brager, and 
Brager.) 

Bray, Irving W.. and F. E. Bronson, assignor.'^ to Globe 
Phone Slanufacturing Company, Reading, Mass. Trans- 
mitter. 1,495,970; May 27. 

Bray, James T. (See Redding, Anderson, assignor.) 

Brav, Nelson IT., Berkeley. Calif. Adiuster for sashes, 
doors, and the like. 1,498.996: June 24. 

Bray. Thomas G.. Northwilkesboro, N. C. Milling ma- 
chine. 1,514.423; Nov. 4. 

Bray. William C. (See Lamb. A. B.. and Bray.) 

I'.rayton, Arthur B. (See Smith. Cyrus E., assignor.) 

iJrayton, Charles A.. Jr.. assignor to The Induction Fur- 
nace Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Induction furnace. 
1,479,582; Jan. 1. 

Rrayton, Harold M., Dover. N. J. Safety plunger for 
artillery fuses. 1,503,632 ; .Vug. 5. 

Brayton. Harold M., Dover, N. J. Tracer fuse. 1.51S.247; 
Dee. 9. 

Braxtan. Francis A., Chicago. III. Sample holder. 
1.510,619; Oct. 7. 

Braz, Jack J. (See Levitan. N. .\., and Braz.^ 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Brazeale, John R., Ozark, Mo. Grip wrench. 1,508,213; 
Sept. 9. 

Brazil, Michael J. (See Porter, K. L., and Brazil.) 

Brechak, Anna, Dayton, Ohio. Barrel closure. 1,504,735 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Brecht, Gus V., Butchers' Supply Company. (See Deacon, 
Edward F., assignor.) 

Breck, William M., Cleveland, Ohio. Safety-razor-blade 
stropper. 1,503,471 ; Aug. 5. 

Breckel, Charles F. (See Gregory, Eli E., assignor.) 

Breckenridge, James F., Englewood, N. J., assignor of one- 
half to F. E. Brett, New York, N. Y. Poultry perch and 
lice trap. 1.484,169 ; Feb. 19. 

Breckenridge, Robert A.. Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. 
Grave-covering device, 1,520,802 : Dec. 30. 

Brecker, Max, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined bust and skirl 
form. 1,502,457; July 22. 

Brede, Martin H,, Minneapolis, Minn. Gasoline-supply 
lock. 1,513.481 ; Oct. 28. 

Breder, August A., Egg Harbor City, N. J. Drive means 
for phonographs. 1,510,381 ; Sept. 30. 

Bredon, Charles E., Paris, Prance. Apparatus for taking 
and examining color photographs. 1,485,956 ; Mar. 4. 

Breece, Henry, Detroit, Mich. Egg tester. 1,516,705 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Breed, Charles W., Western Springs, 111. Railway cross- 
ing or frog and making the same. Rel5,823 ; Apr. 29. 

Breed, Dale L., Ticonderoga, N. Y. Apparatus for re- 
moving scale from boilers. 1,505,084 ; Aug. 19. 

Breeden, William S., Millville, N. J. Bottle. Des. 63,816 ; 
Jan. 22. 

Breeds, William R., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ther- 
mostatic controlling device for hot-water-boiler heat- 
ers. 1,509,928; Sept. 30. 

Breen, Lot P. (See Shane, George H., assignor.) 

Breer, Carl. (See Jacobsen, C. H., and Breer.) 

Breer, Carl, Summit, N. J. Stop device for sinks. 
1,510,826; Oct. 7. 

Breerwood, Charles H., Allentown, Pa., assignor to Fuller- 
Lehigh Company. Pulverizing mill. 1,519,990 ; Dec. 16. 

Breerwood, Charles H., Allentown, Pa., assignor to 
Fuller-Lehigh Company. Pulverizing mill. 1,519,991 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Breerwood, Charles H., Allentown, Pa., assignor to 
Fuller-Lehigh Company. Pulverizing mill. 1,519,992 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Breese, Charles P., Dayton, Ohio. Automatic power-trans- 
mission drive gear. 1,481,345 ; Jan. 22. 

Breese, Charles P., Dayton, Ohio. Clutch. 1,485,761 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Breese, Charles P., Dayton, Ohio. Automatic clutch. 
1,490,505 ; Apr. 15. 

Breeze, Alfred B., assignor to The Cincinnati Ball Crank 
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Universal joint. 1,498,072; 
June 17. 

Breeze, Victor, Brighton, England. Control device for 
electrically-driven lifts, cranes, winches, and like ap- 
paratus for dealing with variable loads. 1,487,435 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Bregeat Corporation of America. (See Brggeat, Jean H., 
assignor.) 

Bregeat, Jean H., Paris, France, assignor to Bregeat 
Corporation of America, Wilmington, Del. Filling 
element for gas and liquid contact apparatus. 
1,494,989; May 20. 

Bregeat, Jean H., Paris, France, assignor to Bregeat 
Corporation of America, Wilmington, Del. Removal of 
phenols in solvent-recovery process. 1,513,152 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Bregeat, Jean H., Paris, France. Recovery of volatile 
solvents and other materials from gas mixtures. 
1,513,153; Oct. 28. 

Breguet, Louis, assignor to Societe Anonyme des Ateliers 
d'Aviation Louis Breguet, Paris, France. Controlling 
aeroplanes. 1,508,591 ; Sept. 16. 

Breguet, Louis, assignor to Societe Anonyme des Ateliers 
d'Aviation Louis Breguet, Paris, France. Construction 
of aeroplane wings of variable relative thickness for 
the purpose of improving their aerodynamic qualities. 
1,50S.502; Sept. 16. 

Breguet, Louis, assignor to Societe Anonyme des Ateliers 
d'Aviation Louis Breguet, Paris, Prance. Protecting 
device for fuel tanks. 1,510,133 : Sept. 30. 

Breguet, Louis, assignor to Societe Anonyme des Ate- 
liers d'/Vviation Louis Breg-uet, Paris, France. Inter- 
nal-combnstion engine. 1.512.673 ; Oct. 21. 

Breguet, Louis, assignor to Socii?t6 Anonyme des Ateliers 
d'Aviation Louis BrSguet, Paris, Prance. Manufacture 
of a light and resisting warpable metallic surface. 
1,516,371 : Nov. 18. 

Brehm, Frederick W., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany. Rochester, N. Y. Rising front mechanism for 
cameras. 1.518.835; Dec. 9. 

Brehm, Joseph, Delaware, Ohio. Gauge for tenoning 
machines. 1,514.424 : Nov. 4. 

Brehmer, Herman C, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to H. W. 
Butterworth & Sons. Moistening device for textile ma- 
chinery. 1,491,785; Apr. 29. 

Brehmer, Ilerinan C, Phil.Tdelphia, Pa., assi,gnor to IT. W. 
Butterworth & Sons Company. Valve. 1,497,063; 
June 10. 



Breit, Carl N., Louisville, Ky. Hedge cutter. 1,519,291 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Co., New Haven, Conn. Collapsing tap. 1,510,296 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Breitenstein, Arthur L., Akron, Ohio. Mold-cutting 
mechanism. 1,505,579 ; Aug. 19. 

Breitenstein, Julius G., Chicago, 111. Meter attachment 
for sewing machines. 1,519,660 ; Dec. 16. 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Coupling 
device for cash registers, calculating machines, or the 
like. 1,508,953; Sept. 16. 

Breitriick, Ernst, Iserlohn, Germany. Igniter. 1,495,396 ; 
May 27. 

Bremer, Harry A., Chicago, 111. Electric condenser. 
1,514,369 ; Nov. 4. 

Bremer, Harry A., Chicago, 111. Electric condenser. 
1,520,461 ; Dec. 23. 

Brem, Rudolf de C, Duren, and J. Keppeler, Birkesdorf, 
assignors to Gebriider Schoeller, Duren, Germany. Ap- 
paratus for printing yarns. 1,493,427 ; May 6. 

Bremer, William S., St. Louis, Mo. Kick plate for an 
automobile. Des. 64,949 ; June 24. 

Bremerman, Eugene S., Detroit, Mich. Automobile load- 
ing. 1,495,130 ; May 20. 

Bremner, Maurice D. K., Chicago, 111. Protective en- 
velope for garments. 1,503.460 ; July 29. 

Bremser, Oscar H., Columbia, 111. Thrasher. 1,509,188 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Bren, Joseph, Ogema, Minn. Greasing implement. Des. 
65,429 ; Aug, 19. 

Brenaman, Harry A., Altoona, Pa. Machine tool. 
1,516,951 ; Nov. 25. 

Brendle, Julius, Zurich, Switzerland. Workman's time 
recorder. 1.487,143 ; Mar. 18. 

Brendllnger, Philip T. (See Courson, J. P., and Brend- 
linger.) 

Breneman, Harry C, assignor to The Capitol Shade 
Roller Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Paper shade roller 
and forming. 1,501,391 ; July 15. 

Breneman, .Joseph T., et al. (See Hartman, John H., 
assignor.) 

Breneman, Joseph T., El Cerrito, Calif. Speculum and 
dilator. 1,500,227; July 8. 

Breneman, Paul E., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to C. R. 
Wilson Body Company, Detroit, Mich. Detachable up- 
holstery for metallic bodies of vehicles. 1,499,339 ; 
July 1. 

Breninger, Dayton C, Masslllon, Ohio. Support. 
1.484.981 ; Feb. I'G. 

Brenizer, Orson W., assignor of one-fourth to A. V. 
Groupe, Philadelphia, Pa. Cable support. 1,510,085 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Brenkert, Joseph W., San Diego, Calif. Ttaffic-signaling 
apparatus for street crossings. 1,499,906 ; July 1. 

Brenkert, Joseph W., Detroit, Mich., and K. Brenkert, 
San Diego, Calif. Framing device for spot flood lamps. 
1.515,724 ; Nov. 18. 

Brenkert, Karl. (See Brenkert. Joseph W. and K.) 

Brennan, Dennis J.. Germantown, and .T. J. Gilroy. Lost 
Creek. Pa. Hack-saw-blade holder. I,5i2,904 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Brennan, Francis H., Albany, N. Y. Windshield wiper. 
1,484.25.1 ; Feb. 19. 

Brennan, James M., Los Angeles, Calif. Motor meter. 
1,501,898 ; July 22. 

Brennan, James S., Attleboro, Mass. Ornamental cross. 
1,480,880; Jan. 15. 

Brennan, John J. (See Brower, James F. and C. A., 
assignors.) 

Brennan, John S., Miami, Fla. Combination deflector 
and stove grid. 1.490,557; Apr. 15. 

Brennan, John S., Milwaukee, Wis. Burner-drum-lifter 
head. 1,498,997; .Tune 24. 

Brennan, John S., Milwaukee, Wis. Overflow pan for 
grids. 1,518,728 ; Dec. 9. 

Brennan, Thomas D., Tulsa, Okla. Oil liurner. 
1,515,804; Nov. 18. 

Brennan, William J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Patorson, N. J. 
Adjusting mechanism. 1,520,692 ; Dec. 30. 

I^renne. Arild M.. Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. Miner, Inc. Friction shock-ab- 
sorbing mechanism. 1,500,102 ; July 8. 

Brenne, Arild M., Chicago, 111,, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. ]\iiner. Inc. Antifriction bearing. 
1,510,297 : Sept. 30. 

Brenne, Arild M.. Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. Miner, Inc. Friction shock-ab- 
sorbing mechanism. 1,510.298 ; Sept, 30. 

Brenne. Arild M., Cliicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. Miner. Inc. Friction shock-ab- 
sorbing mechanism. 1.510,299 ; Sept. 30. 

Brenne. Avild M., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. II. ' Miner, Inc. Shock absorber. 
1,512,903; Oct. 28. 

Brenner, Anthony P., San Francisco, Calif. Brush. 
1,498,345 ; .Tune 17. 

Brent, George E., Nashville, Tenn. Candy machine. 
1,489,342 ; Apr. 8. 

Brent, Henry W., Baltimore, Md. Oil burner. 1,479,406; 
Jan. 1. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Breut, Henry W., Baltimore, Md. Oil burner. 1,491,843 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Brenton, Harry V., et al. (See Moffett, Henry C, as- 
signor.) 

Breiizinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for shap- 
ing sheet materials. 1,485,590 ; Mar. 4. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Means for solder- 
ing. 1,400,087 ; Apr. 15. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Companv, Bridgeport, Conn. Electromagnetic 
workholding means. 1,494,661 ; May 20. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Clinching de- 
vice. 1,505,535 ; Aug. 19. 

Breon, Cora L. (See Breon, Maurice P., assignor.) 

Breon, Maurice P., assignor to C. L. Breon, Newport 
News, Va. Tire-removing machine. 1,503,225 ; July 20. 

Bre.slauer, Adolph, et al., executors. (See Ellis, C, and 
Cohen.) 

Breslauer, Adolph, New York, N. Y. Combination wig 
and bandeau. 1,519,107; Dec. 16. 

Breslauer, Josepli. and C. Goudet, assignors to the 
Firm : Soci^te d'Etudes Chimiques pour I'lndustrie, 
Geneva, Switzerland. Fertilizer and the manufacture 
of same. 1,. 501, 645 ; July 15. 

Breslavsljy. Hyman. (See Sworbell, John A., assignor.) 

Breslavsky, Hyman, Brooklvn. N. Y. Finger ring and 
forming the same. 1.520.462 ; Dec. 23. 

Breslin, Frank M., West Springfield, Mass. Locomotive 
toy. .1.520.3S8 ; Dec. 23. 

Breslove, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa. Control mechanism 
for stokers. 1,480,660; Jan. 15. 

Breslove, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The Cleco 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Floating toy. 1,511,798 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Bressler, Robert E., assignor to Western Wheeled Scraper 
Company, Aurora, 111. Railway way construction and 

■ maintenance car. 1,515,827 ; Nov. 18. 

Brest, Sam, Chicago, 111. Automobile radiator heater. 
].4S6,4S0: Mar. 11. 

Bretos y Claveria, Manuel, Santiago, Cuba. Folding- 
blind window. 1,515,929; Nov. IS. 

Bretschneider, Max, assignor to the Firm : Vogtlandische 
Maschinenfabrik (vormals J. C. & H. Dietrich) Aktien- 
gesellschaft. Plauen, Germany. Shuttle embroidery ma- 
chine. 1,508,357; Sept. 9. 

Bretson, Jack J. (See Bello, M., and Bretson.) 

Krett. Frank E. (See Breckenridge, James F., assignor.) 

Bretzin. Elmer G. (See WagemaUer, I., Bretzin, and 
Foster.) 

Breuer, Armin, and A. Heyn. Berlin, Germany. Dupli- 
cating apparatus. 1,494,581 ; May 20. 

Breuer, Peter, Milwaukee, Wis. Drying machine. 
1,505,855 ; Aug. 19. 

Breuer, Vladimir, and P. Leschnlk, New York, N. Y. 
Automobile bumper. 1,494,885 ; May 20. 

Brewczvnski, John, assignor of one-fourth to J. Kmiec, 
Bellewood, 111. Snowplow. 1,490,585 ; Apr. 15. 

Brewer, Dotson C, Augusta, Kans. Convertible light for 
motor cars. 1.512.742 ; Oct. 21. 

Brewer, Gid H,, Witts Springs, Ark. Rein guide. 
1,503,879 ; Aug. 5. 

Brewer, Gipp M,. Sylvia, Kans. Timer. 1,495.397 ; 
May 27. 

Brewer. Harry, Sidnev, Nebr. Hose coupling. 1,518,479 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Brewer, Humphries W., Du Bois, Pa. Indicator for cen- 
tering tire.'^. 1.506.158 : Aug. 26. 

Brewer, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Check. 1,499,287 ; 
June 24. 

Brewer, Robert W. A.. Indianapolis, Ind. Inlet manifold 
for Internal-combustion engines. 1,479,168 ; Jan. 1. 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Baldwin, Mar- 
tin, assignor.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Winans, Daniel 
M., assignor.) 

Brewerton, .-Vrthur E., Wandsworth Common. London, 
England. Gyro compass. 1,495,709 : Jlay 27. 

Brewster, Elmer J., and J. Murrin, Chicago, 111. Rod 
brass 1,503,472 ; Aug. 5. 

Brewster, Guv O., New York, N. Y. Jar or similar 
article. Des. 05,098 ; July 8. 

Browstor. Harry C, Shreveport, La. Draw works. 
1,514.649 ; Nov. 11. 

Brewster. Harry L., Sonmrsworth, N. H. TrafiSc signal 
for motor veliicles. 1,500,601 : July 8. 

Brew.ster, Herbert M., Chicago, 111. Snubber for vehicle 
Bprlnps. 1,482,114; Jan. 29. 

Brewster, Louise H., Lexin.cton, assignor to Joseph W. 
Woods & Sons Companv, Boston. Mass. Woven fab- 
ric or similar article. Dps. 66,321 ; Dec. 30. 

Brewster Patents Corporation. (See Brewster, Percy 
D.. assignor.) 

Brewster. Percy D., East Orange. N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Brewster Patents Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Color photography. 1,508,910: 
Sent. 16. 

Brewster, Rufua C, Lewlsburg, W. Va. Fly chaser and 
catcher. 1,483,506; Feb. 12. 



Brewster, William D., Syracuse, assignor to Na- 
tional Brake Company, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Car-brake- 
operatlng mechanism. 1,487,531 ; Mar. 18. 

Brewster, William D., Syracuse, assignor to National 
Brake Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Car-brake-operating 
mechanism. 1,487,532 ; Mar. 18. 

Brewster, William D., Syracuse, assignor to National 
Brake Company, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Car-brake-operat- 
in.g mechanism. 1,513.888 ; Nov. 4. 

Brewster, William, New York. N. Y. Construction of in- 
closed-drive automobile bodies. 1,520.389 ; Dec. 23. 

Brey, Clarence F., Philadelphia, Pa. Piano case. Des. 
66,066; Nov. 25. 

Brey. Victor A.. Minneapolis, Minn. Combined container 
and match carrier. 1,484,006 ; Feb. 19. 

Urezin, Joseph, and L. Berzon, assignors of one-third to 
said Joseph Brezin, one-third to said L. Berzon, and 
one-third to W. Kosakoff, Philadelphia, Pa. Bag 
fastener. 1,488,803 ; Apr. 1. 

Brezin, Joseph, and L. Berzon, assignors of one-third to 
said Brezin, one-third to said Berzon, and one-third to 
W. Kosakoff, Philadelphia, Pa. Bag fastener, 
1,490,911 ; Apr. 22. 

Brezovitz, Anton, and A. L. Herr, South Bend, Ind. Auto- 
matic dump car. 1,487,200; Mar. 18. 

Brezovitz, Anton, and A. L. Herr, South Bend, Ind. Dump 
oar. 1,487.201; Mar. 18. 

Brhel, John W. (See Palmer, H. D., and Brhel.) 

Briasco, Remo, New York, N. Y. Music-leaf turner. 
1,506.360; Aug. 26. 

Brice, John F., Bensalem Township, Bucks County, Pa. 
Valve action. 1,513,602 : Oct. 28. 

BrickeU, Emma D., executrix. (See Brickell, Harry S.) 

Brlckell, Harry S., deceased, by E. D. Brickell, execu- 
trix, assignor to said E. D. Brickell, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Antiskid wear-resisting armor for tires. 1,483,773 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Brlcken, John, Chicago, 111. Pencil. 1,488,191 ; Mar. 25. 

Bricken, John, Chicago. 111., assignor to The Wahl Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Automatic tinning machine. 
T.4S5.066 : Feb. 26. 

Bricker, Albert E., Rochester, N. Y. Muffler. 1,489,628 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Bricker, Harry E., West View, assignor to National 
Metal Products Company, Pittsburgh, -Pa. Spacing 
bar. 1,517,102 ; Nov. 25. 

Briddes, William, Darby, Pa. Building block. 1,509,415 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Bridge, Arthur F., assignor of one-fourth to M. R. 
Thompson and one-fourth to P. S. Wade, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Gas holder. 1.501,267 ; July 15. 

Bridge. Arthur F., assignor of one-fourth to M. R. 
Thompson and one-fourth to F. S. Wade, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Gasholder. 1.501.268 ; July 15. 

Bridge & Beach Manufacturing Company. (See Andreas, 
Frederick, assignor.) 

Bridge & Beach Mfg. Co. (See Booch, Leo H., assignor.) 

Bridgeford, John .!.. assignor to Keystone Refractories 
Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Hand-operated stoker 
mechanism for furnaces. 1.506.560 ; Aug. 26. 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Oakley, Erastus G., as- 
signor.) 

Brid.geport Machine Company. (See Swan, Fred, as- 
signor.) 

Brid.geport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(Se? Loveman, William R.. assignor.) 

Bridges, Charles B. (See Biedermann, H. F., and 
Bridges.) 

Bridges. Hazel M. (See Loggie, G. W., and Lamb, as- 
signors.) 

Bridges, Lewis B., Brooklyn, assignor to Airdry Corpora- 
tion. Grotoi), N. Y. Air heater. 1.490,088; .\pr. 15. 

Bridges. Lewis B., Brooklvn, assignor to Airdry Corpo- 
ration. Grntnn. N Y. Air heater. 1.490,089; Apr. 15. 

Bridgham. Arthur L., assignor of one-half to C. H. Sher- 
burne, Boston, Mass. Valve. 1,4*5,957 ; Mar. 4. 

Bridgham. Arthur L., assignor of one-half to C. H. Sher- 
burne. Boston, Mass. Valve. 1,485,958; Mar. 4. 

Bridgman Smith Patents Company. (See Smith, Harry 
B., assignor.) 

Bridgwater, Herbert E., Syracuse, assignor to Remington 
Tvpewriter Companv. Ilion. N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.506.287; Aug. 26. 

Brldgwood. Thomas, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Fastening 
device. 1.488,031 ; Mar. 25. 

Bridwell. William A. (See Isom, A., and Brldwell.) 

Bried, Julien A., Oakland, assignor of one-half to S. L. 
Rogers. San Francisco, Calif. Washing-machine heater. 
1,481,409; Jan. 22. 

Bried, Jnlien A.. Oakland, assignor of one-half to S. L. 
Rogers, San Francisco, Calif. Power-clothes-wringer 
drive. 1.407,838 : June 17. 

Brien, ,Toseph R.. assignor of one-half to L. Plnmondon. 
n<^e Hardy. Montreal, Canada. Machine for drying 
peat. 1,481,410: Jan. 22. 

Brier, William W.. Los Angeles, Calif. Concrete casing for 
piles. 1.486,414 ; Mar. 11. 

Brlerton, Benjamin E. (See Guilfoyle, J. J., Wilkes, and 
Brlerton.) 

Brlerton, Benjamin E., Birmingham, Ala. Optometrlcal 
Instrument. 1,482,967 ; Feb. 6. 

Brigden, Arthur, Birmingham, Ala. Boll-weevil ma 
chine. 1,479.954; Jan. 8. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



79 



Brigden, Arthur, Birmingham, Ala. Boll-weevil machine. 
1,507,457; Sept. 2. 

Brigden, Charles H., Waltham, Mass. Escapement mech- 
anism. 1,480,346 ; Jan. 8. 

Brigel, Charles B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Tag and tag-holding 
apparatus. 1,512.395 ; Oct. 21. 

Briggs, Alfred A., New York, N. Y. Flush-tank fixture. 
1,519,188; Dec. 16. 

Briggs. Ghana H., Little Rock, Ark. Type-bar-castmg 
mold. 1,486,009; Mar. 4. 

Briggs, Dorrell D., Los Angeles, Calif. Concrete build- 
ing block. 1,480,986 ; Jan. 15. , . , 

Briggs, Edward E., Berkeley, Calif. Agricultural-Imple- 
ment motor truck. 1,494,662 ; May 20. 

Briggs, Grace E., Hutchinson, Kans. Support for foot 
covering. 1,489,735 ; Apr. 8. 

Briggs, Henrv, Hashrouck Heights, N. J. Explosive mo- 
tors. 1,505,856; Aug. 19. 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Maise, Herman 
C, assignor.) 

Briggs, Robert. (See Samuels, H-. and Briggs.) 

Briggs, Robert E., assignor to The JefEerey Manufac- 
turing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Belt-supporting 
idler. 1,516,666; Nov. 25. 

Briggs, Roy A., Malone, N. Y. Bullet. 1,482,344; 
Jan. 29. 

Briggs, Southwick W., Glenmont, Md. Frame for scrapers 
or diggers. 1,497,064 ; June 10. 

Briggs, Stephen F., assignor to Briggs & Stratton Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Pole-reversing switch. 
1,496,445; June 3. 

Briggs, Stephen F., assignor to Briggs & Stratton Co, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Lighting and ignition switch. 
1,496,446; June 3. 

Briggs, Stephen F., assignor to Briggs & Stratton Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Key-controlled lighting and 
ignftion switch. 1,496,447; June 3. 

Briggs, Stephen F., assignor to Briggs & Stratton Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Dimming switch. 1,496,449 ; 
June 3. 

Briggs, Stephen P., assignor to Briggs & Stratton Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Lighting and ignition switch. 
1,496,450 ; June 3. 

Briggs, Stephen P., and E. N. Jacobi, assignors to Briggs 
& Stratton Company. Milwaukee, Wis. Lighting and 
ignition switch. 1,496.448 ; June 3. 

Briggs, Stephen F., and E. N. Jacobi, assignors to Briggs 
& Stratton Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Variable-resist- 
ance switch. 1,504,021; Aug. 5. 

Briggs & Stratton Company. (See Briggs, Stephen P., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Company. (See Briggs, S. P., and 
Jacobi, assignors.) 

Briggs & Stratton Company. (See Jacobi, Edward N., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Company. (See Soreng, Edgar M., 
assignor.) 

Briggs, Thomas G., High Rock, N. C. Spring wheel. 
1.489.233 ; Apr. 8. 

Brigham, Albert H., Whitman, Mass. Nail-making ma- 
chine. 1,510,827: Oct. 7. 

Brigham, Cecil E., Washington, D. C, assignor, hy mesne 
assignments, to Duhilier Condenser & Radio Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Radio receiving apparatus. 
1,505,085; Aug. 19. 

Brigham, Martin E., Philadelphia, Pa. Labeling and 
waxing machine. 1,520.747 ; Dec. 30. 

Brigbara, Nelson E., South Hadley Falls, Mass., assignor 
to Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Pump. 1,501.435 ; July 15. 

Bright, George B., assignor to Detroit Ice Machine Co., 
Detroit, Mich. Brine-circulating apparatus for Ice ma- 
chines. 1.481,500; Jan. 22. 

Bright, Georco B., assis:nor to DPtrolt Ice Machine Co.. 
Detroit, Mich. Combined dumping and refilling means 
for ice manufacture. 1,484,982; Feb. 26. 

Bright, John I., Villa Nova, Pa. School huilding and 
method of seating. 1,512,975 ; Oct. 28. 

Bright. William P., and G. Schneider, East St. Louis, 111. 
Toothbrush rack. 1,480,814 ; Jan. 15. 

Brlghtman, G. F., et al. (See Brightman, Harrison M., 
assignor.) 

Brightman, H. L., et al. (See Brightman, Harrison M., 
assignor.) 

Brightman, Harrison M., assignor of one-fourth to G. P. 
Brightman, one-fnurth to H. L. Brightman, and one- 
fourth to J. H. Brightman. Columbus, Ohio. Machine 
for counterboring nuts. 1,481,983; Jan. 29. 

Brightman, J. H., et al. (See Brightman, Harrison M., 
assignor.) 

Brighton Mills. (See Pearson, W. H., and Kelly, a.s- 
sicnors.) 

Briclin, Dennis R., Naples, N. Y., assignor to C. M. 
Fold. Denrborn. Mich. Extension-rim fastener. 
1,515,828 ; Nov. 18. 

Brigncr. Wesley J., Grano, N. Dak. Gate. 1,502,937; 
.Tuly 29. 

BiiloR, T,nrkin, Davis Creek, Calif. Wrench. 1,502,900; 
July 29. 

Rriloy, Otho M., Ames, and G. A. Blunt, assignors of 
oiK'-tliird to R. W. Simpson, Dubuque, Iowa. Road 
maintainer. 1.521.227 ; Dec. 30. 



Brilhart, Samuel B., New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
1.501,744; July 15. 

Brill, Edward. (See Blake, W., and Brill.) 

Brill, Ira D., Marlinton, W. Va. Door lock. 1,505,857 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Brinck, Chester C, Mishawaka, Ind. Automobile direc- 
tion signal. 1,517,045 ; Nov. 25. 

Brindel. Clyde, Yorktown, Ind. Incandescent lamp. 
1,481,680; Jan. 22. 

Brindle, Richard G., Chicago, 111., assignor to Corn 
Products Refining Company— Method of and appa- 
ratus for evaporating liquid substances. 1,491, ()26 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Brindle, Richard G., Chicago, III., assignor to Corn 
Products Refining Company. Manufacture of dextrine. 
1,505,696: Aug. 19. 

Brindley, Charles P., Sheffield, England. Wind musical 
instrument. 1,502,369 ; July 22. 

Brindlinger, Prank J., assignor of one-third to C. E. Miller 
and one-third to O. G. Ziegler, Canton, Ohio. Tire-re- 
pairing vulcanizer. 1.498,998; June 24. 

Brine, Perclval P., Boston, Mass., assignor to Oil Wells 
Renewal Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical heater for 
oil wells. 1,504,208 ; Aug. 12. 

Briner, Emil A., East Orange, N. J. Heating and ven- 
tilating and apparatus therefor. 1,514,600 ; Nov. 11. 

Brinev, Charles E., Covington, Ky. Window-screen 
latch. 1,493,872; May 13. 

Briney, Ottis R., Pontiac, Mich. Spring means for pack- 
ing rings. 1,494,886 ; May 20. 

Briney, Ottis R., Pontiac, Miich. Plug gauge. 1,514,250 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Bringle, Floyd E. (See Holmes, C, and Bringle.) 

Brink. Carl A., Cranston, R. I., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The New England Trust Company, trustee. 
Clutch device. 1,484,467 ; Feb. 19. 

Brink, Carl A., Cranston, R. I., assignor, by mesne as- 
signment?, to The New England Tnjst Company, 
trustee. Tension device. 1.504,674 ; Aug. 12. 

Brink, Carl A., Cranston, R. I., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The New England Trust Company, 
trustee. Clutch and speed-controlling device. 1,509,469 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Brink, Edward H. (See De Long, Arthur R., assignor.) 

Brink. .Tudson B., and E. H. Buss, assignors of one-half 
to Zollinger & Schroth, Inc., Emaus, Pa. Friction- 
distributing let-off. 1,515,725 ; Nov. 18. 

Brinkerhofif, Josiah, et al. (See Walter, Ira D., assignor.) 

Brinkley, George H.. Baltimore, Md. Beverage-vending 
machine. 1,490,763; Apr. 15. 

Brinkman, Edward G., Decatur, 111. Rotatable curllng- 
Iron handle. 1,491,981 ; Apr. 29. 

Brinkman, Elizabeth, et al. (See Brinkman, Oscar P., 
assignor.) 

Brinkman, Louis H. (See Pulton, W. H., Brinkman, and 
Shellmer.) 

Brinkman, Louis H., Glen Ridge, W. H. Pulton, Irvlngton, 
and H. Shellmer, Newark, N. J., assignors to Titeflex 
Metal Hose Corporation. Apparatus for making tubes. 
1,492,067; Apr. 29. 

Brinkman, Oscar F., assignor to E. Brinkman, Lancaster, 
and R. T. Sherman, Lebanon, Pa. Glare screen. 
1,515,805; Nov. 18. 

Brintnall. Prank W., assignor to Brintnall Machine Com- 
panv. Detroit, Mich. Automatic upholstery machine. 
1,498,013 ; June 17. 

Brintnall Machine Company. (See Brintnall, Frank W., 
assignor.) 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Ames, Elmer TJ., assignor.) 

Rrinton, H., Company. (See Larkin, Walter, assignor.) 

Brinton. Frederick S. (See Mulligan, P. C, Brinton, 
and Schmitz.) 

Rrinton, Willard C. (See Franz. Frederick, assignor.> 

Brinton, Willard C, New York, N. Y. Siphon. 1,496,366 : 
June 3. 

Brinton. Willard C, New York, N. Y. Siphon. 1,512,159 ; 

Oct. 21. 
Brinton, Willard C. New York. N. Y. Graphic control 

record hoard. 1,514.829; Nov. 11. 
Brintzenhofe, Otto, assignor to Electric Vacuum Cleaner 

Company, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Swivel caster. 

1,510,300; Sept. 30. 
Brintzenhofe, Walter. BluEfton, Ind. Fishing-reel at- 
tachment. 1,501,939 : .Tuly 22. 
Brisbin, Lewis 11., Berkeley, assignor of one-third to .\. 

Jorski, Livermore, and one-third to T. P. M. Cade, 

Oakland, Calif. Valve-lifting tool. 1,504,089 : Aug. 5. 
Brisbois, Victor, Elmhurst, N. Y. Bowl or similar article. 

Des. 64,835 ; June 10. 
Briscoe, Benjamin, & Stab] Engineering Co. (See Stahl, 

Rodolphe. assignor.) 
Brisson, Walter W., Norway, Mich. Switch cleaner. 

1.508.502; Sept. 16. 
Rristol Company. The. (See Koester, Herman, assignor.) 
Bristol, Edgar H., assignor to The Poxboro Company, 

Foxboro. Slnss. Chart-holding device for recorders. 

1.481,047: .Tan. 15. 
Bristol Folding Base Company The. (See Wester, .\dolf 

v., assignor. > 
Bristol, Loris R., Gainesville, Pla. Balanced blcvcle bag. 

1.485,067 : Feb. 26. 
Bristol, Roy J. (See Tull, W. C, and Bristol.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bristol Steel Corporation. (See Seybolt, G. H., an J 
Tapman, assignors.) 

Bristol, William H., Waterbury, Conn. Method and ap- 
paratus for applying belt hooks. 1,488.227 ; Mar. 25. 

Bristol, William H., Waterbury, Conn. Electric repro- 
ducing apparatus for phonographs. 1,490,764 ; Apr. 15. 

Bristow, Bruce A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Hydraulii- 
power device. 1,502,901; July 29. 

Bristow, Francis G. W., Sydney, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Sheep-shearing-machine comb. 1,499,604 ; 
July 1. 

Britcher, John C, Yoflj, Pa. Turbine. 1,484.983 : 
Feb. 26. 

British Cotton Industry Research Association, The. 
(See Oxley, Arthur E., assignor.) 

British Dyestuffs Corporation Limited. (See Baddiley. 
J., Hill, and Anderson, assignors.) 

British DyestuEfs Corporation Limited. (See Green, 
Arthur G. and S. J., assignors.) 

British Dyestuffs Corporation Limited. (See Green, A. 
G., and Saunders, assignors.) 

British Research Association for the Woolen and Wor- 
sted Industries, The. (See Bliss, Henry J. W., as- 
signor.) 

Britt, George Q., Memphis, Term. Tool holder. 
1,480,987; Jan. 15. 

Britt, Orin W., Emporia, Kans. Fence-wire splicing and 
stretching tool. 1,507,766; Sept. 9. 

Britten. Chester K. (See Britten, Marshall R. and C. K.l 

Britten, Marshall R. and C. K., Grants Pass, Oreg. Door- 
check. 1,481.501 ; Jan. 22. 

Britton, George W., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Weigh- 
ing scale. 1,504,022 ; Aug. 5. 

Britton. Walter F., Anniston, Ala. Refrigerator. 
]..')0-,366: Sept. 2. 

Britton. William M., Alma, Mich. Axle. 1,500,436; 
July 8. 

Brix, Harold, assi.gnor to Sharp & Smith, Chicago, 111. 
Knife-bl.nde sharpener. 1,519,661 ; Dec. 16. 

Brix. Harold M., Chicaco, 111., assignor to Sharp & Smith. 
Stomach clamp. 1,513,367; Oct. 28. 

Brix, Paul, assignor of one-half to O. B. Harvey, Stock- 
ton. Calif. Pie-pan lifter. 1,505,319; Aug. 19. 

Brixey. Austin })., Now York, N. Y., assignor to Ordi- 
nator Company, Inc. Shade fitting. 1,486,830 ; 
Mar. H. 

Brkich. Pero S.. assignor of one-half to G. Seper, St. 
Louis. Mo. Tie and rail construction. 1,504,420 : 
Aug. 12. 

Broadbent. Alfred L.. assi.gnor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing 
short-fiber cellulosic material for chemical treatment. 
1,507,330; Sept. 2. 

I'.roadbridge, Walter,- and E. Edser, assignors to Minerals 
Separation Limited, London, England. Treatment of 
emulsions. 1,505,944 ; Aug. 26. 

Broadbridge, Walter, E. Edser, and W. W. Stenning. 
London, England, assignors to Minerals Separation 
North American Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of briquettes. 1,504,860 ; Aug. 12. 

Broadbridge. Walter, E. Edser, and W. W. Stenning. 
London, England, assignors to Minerals Separation 
North American Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of briquettes. 1,504,861 ; Aug. 12. 

Broadhead, Almet N., et al. (See Julian, Narcena R.. 
assignor.) 

Broadhead, Roland W., Elland, England. Bearing for 
the guidance and lateral support of gas holders. 
1,500,796; July 8. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to The W. O. Hlckok Mfg. 
Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Paper-feeding apparatus. 
1,493,015 ; May 6. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to The W. O. Hickok Mfg. 
Co., Harrisburg, Pa. Paper-feeding mechanism. 
1.494,.303: May 13. 

Broadwell, Bartley E., assignor to Republic Carbon Com- 
pany, Inc., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Electrode for electro- 
metallurgical furnaces. 1,510,134 ; Sept. 30. 

Broadwell, Edward H., Longmeadow, assignor to The 
Fisk Rubber Company, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Tire. 
Des. 64,950; June 24. 

Broadwell, John B., Alpharetta, Ga. BoU-weevll de- 
stroyer. 1,480,498 ; Jan. 8. 

Broadwick, Charles, San Francisco, Calif. Parachute. 
1.498,780; .Tune 24. 

Brobprg. Earl J., Coffeyville, Kans. Cave packer. 
1.506,881 ; Sept. 2. 

Broberg, Isidor. (See Ljungstrom, F., and Broberg.) 

Broberg, Mabel, administratrix. (See Broberg, Oscar W.) 

Broberg, Oscar W., deceased, Cleveland. Ohio ; M. Bro- 
berg, administratrix. Fuel economizer for internal- 
combustion engines. 1,519,393 : Dec. 16. 

Brochu, Arthur .1., assignor to Wolverine Metal Special- 
ties Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. Radiator cap for au- 
tomobiles. Des. 65,958 ; Nov. 11. 

Brock, Arthur, jr. (See Hoist, Lodewyk J. R., assignor.) 

Brock-Cochrane Company. (See Cochrane, Wilbur A., 
assignor.) 

Brock, Edgar F., and L. Brals. Kankakee, 111. Badiator- 
testlng device. 1,494,990 ; May 20. 

Brock. (?Porgo F., Hancock, Mich. Hammer. 1,501,095; 
Julv 15. 



Railway signaling sys- 
Acetylene lamp. 



1,519,436 ; 



Brock, Henry W., Denver, Colo, 
tem. 1.514,127 ; Nov. 4. 

Brock, John M., Brooklyn, N. 
1,493,802 ; May 13. 

Brock, Lawrence E.. Troy, Ohio. Figure toy. 
Dec. 16. 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Machine for forming or shaping the 
uppers of boots and shoes. 1,513,961 ; Nov. 4. 

Brock, Norman L., et al. (See Rudkin, Edwin C, 
assignor.) 

Brock, Paul P., Gillespie, 111. Lamp holder. 1,493,463; 
May 13. 

Brock, Richard E., Wooster, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Mackintosh-Hemphill Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Tubo-reducing mill. 1,514,425 ; Nov. 4. 

Brockbank, Clarence G., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
Ross-Tacony Crucible Company. Refractory article 
and making the same. 1.503,150 ; July 29. 

Brockbank, Clarence J., assignor to Ross-Tacony Crucible 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Refractory article and 
making the same. 1,483,507 ; Feb. 12. 

Brockbank, Clarence J., assignor to Abrasive Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Purifying silicon-carbide crystals. 
1,488.311 ; Mar. 25. 

Brockelsby, Ralph A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Friction draft rigging. 1,506,811 ; Sept. 2. 

Brocker, Walter C, Itzehoe. Germany. Machine for knot- 
ting nets. 1,511.589; Oct. 14. 

Brockett, Bluford W., Cleveland Heights, assignor to 
The American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Ironing machine. 1.514,888 ; Nov. 11. 

Brockhouse, John T.. West Bromwich, England. Pivoted 
joint. 1,517,612; Dec. 2. 

Brocklebank, Arthur P. (See Wilson, W. R., and 
Brocklebank.) 

Brockley, Jacob, Newport News, Va. Article carrier and 
display device. 1,500,544 ; July 8. 

Brockman, Daniel C., assignor of one-half to J. L. 
Whiteley, Phippsburg, Colo. Vehicle direction indi- 
cator. 1,501,198 ; July 15. 

Brocksmith, Adolph R., St. Louis, Mo. Bumper and 
fender-brace construction. 1,489.480 ; Apr. 8. 

Brockton Heel Company. (See Hattenbach, Nate, as- 
signor.) 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Electric system for generating 
units. 1,487,693 ; Mar. 18. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Circuit breaker. 1,487,694 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Motor drive. 1,498,317 ; 
June 17. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Pump lubrication mechanism. 
1,500,361 : July 8. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
Ohio. Vacuum cleaner. 1,508,315; 



Ohio. 



Industrial Research Cor- 
Oil-circulating system. 



65,631 ; 

65,632 ; 

65.798 ; 

New York, N. Y. Ring. Des. 66,175 : 
New York, N. Y. Ring. Des. 66,176 : 



N. Y. Ring. Des. 



New York, N. Y. Ring. Des. 
New York, N. Y. Ring. Des. 



wration, Toledo, 

Sept. 9 
Brockway, Carl P.. assi.gnor to 

poration. Toledo. 

1.517.227 ; Nov. 25. 
Brod. Albert, New York 

Sept. 2.1. 
Brod, Albert, 

Sept. 23. 
Brod. Albert, 

Oct. 21. 
Brod. Albert, 

Dec. 9. 
Brod, Albert, 

Dec. 9. 
Broden, Edwin H.. Edgowood Borough, Pa., assignor to 

The American Steel and Wire Company of New Jer- 
sey. Pliers. 1,517,228 ; Nov. 25. 
Broden, Edwin H.. Rankin, Pa., assignor to The American 

Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Nail machine. 

1,491,027; Apr. 22. 
Brodorick & Bascom Rope Co. (See Knopp, Louis A., as- 
signor.) 
Brodie, Arthur M., assignor to The Kemp Metal Auto 

Wheel Co., Limited, Toronto, Canada. Hub and spoke 

connection. 1,504,090: Aug. 5. 
Brodie, .Joseph, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 

Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 1.493.319 ; May 6. 
Brodr. Brincker, Grejsdal Hammervacrk. (See Pterch, 

Svcnd, assignor.) 
rSrody. Ruble. (See Schnipper, N.. and Brody.) 
Bropc'ker. Loui.s C. (See Rand, J. H., jr.. and Broecker.) 
Brookman, Anton L., York, England. Motor vehicle and 

trailer. 1.515.090; Nov. 11. 
Brogan, Byard F., Philadelphia, Pa. Finger ring. Des. 

63.993 : Feb. 19. 
Brogan. Bvard F., Philadelphia, Pa. Finger ring. Des. 

65,366; Aug. 5. 
Brocan, Graham W., Baltimore County, Md., assignor to 

The Black & Decker Manufacturing Company. Print- 
ing plate. 1,490,414; Apr. 15. 
Brogan, James A. (See Brogan, Michael F. and J. A.) 



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Brogaji, James A., Lawrence, Mass., assignor to United 

Shoe Mac'aiuery Corporation, I'atersoii, N. J. Welt 

groovins and beveliii.c machine. 1.4.SS.470 ; Apr. 1. 
Brogan, Michael P. and J. A., Lawrence, Mass., assignors 

to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Faterson, iN. J. 

Shoe and making the same. 1,495,985 ; June 3. 
Brogan, William. (See McGrath, William H., as.signor.) 
Brogden, Joah, Melrose Park, assignor to David Lup- 

ton's Sons Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pulley. 

1,510,882 ; Oct. 7. 
Brogden, Kicketts & Haworth Company. (See Ricketts, 

Uomer C, a.ssignor.) 
Brogdex Company. (See Ricketts, Homer C, assignor.) 
Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 

New York, N. Y. Making return bends. 1,479,279 ; 

Jan. 1. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New Yorli, N. Y. Superheat regulator. 1,489,974 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Broido, Benjamin, I'crth Amhoy, N. J., assignor to The 
Superheater Company, New York, N. Y. Economizer. 
1,508,130; Sept. 9. 

Brokate, Clarence W. (See Ileise. G. W., and Brokate.) 

Brokate, Clarence W., Fremont, Ohio, assignor to Na- 
tional Carbon Co. Inc. Protected dry-cell bobbin and 
making the same. 1,490,450 ; Apr. 15. 

Brokaw, Frank E., Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Self- 
adjusting clamp for card-table covers. l,508,64i> ; 
Sept. 16. 

Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Limited, The. (See 

Campbell, Andrew, a.ssignor.) 
Brokvist, Eric R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pressure and vacuum 

gauge. 1,516,077 ; Nov. 18. 
Broluska, Amel B., Detroit, Mich. Tire structure. 

1,482,217 ; Jan. 29. 
Broluska, Amel B., Detroit, Mich. Electrical machine. 

1,497,668 ; June 17. 
Broluska, Amel B., Detroit, Mich. Slack adjuster for 

vehicle brakes. 1,509,225; Sept. 23. 
Broluska, Amel B. and H. A., assignors of one-third to 

C. Cailliau, Detroit, Mich. Spark plug. 1,518,248 ; 

Dec. 9. 

Broluska, Harry A. (See Broluska, Amel B. and H. A.) 
Broman, Charles E., Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Add-Index Corporation. Paper 

carriage for adding machines. 1,483,330 ; Feb. 12. 
Broman, I'eter, Chicago, 111. Ladder rung. 1,503,880 ; 

Aug. 5. 
Brombosz, Frank, Buffalo, N. Y. Identification card and 

holder. 1,481,120; Jan. 15. 
Bromley, Henry W., Cynthiana, Ky. Adjust:;ble clamp 

for bookrests or the like. 1,494,212 ; May 13. 
Bromley, John, & Sons, Incorporated. (See Bolton, John 

B., assignor.) 

Bromley, Raymond V., Washington, Pa., assignor to 
Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, Wheeling, W. Va. Glass 
decanter. Des. 65.771 ; Oct. 14. 

Bromon, Isaiah W., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Stove. 1.511,941 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Roller bear- 
ing. 1,510,920 ; Oct. 7. 

Bronder. Gaston A., deceased, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; L. R. 
Bronder, administratrix. Vapor extractor. 1,512,743 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Bronder, Gaston A., deceased, Brooklyn, assignor of one- 
half to T. Costigan, New York, N. Y. ; L. ^R. Bronder, 
administratrix. Vapor extractor. 1,496,293; June 3. 

Bronder, Lucia R., administratrix. (See Bronder, Gas- 
ton A.) 

Bronnert, Emile, Mulhouse, France. Manufacture of 
threads of any thickness from viscose. 1,509,338 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Bronold, Johannes, Steiormuhle, Germany, assignor to 

The Babcock & Wilcox Company, New York, N. Y. 

Mechanical stoker for forced-draft furnaces. 1,480,988 ; 

Jan. 15. 
Bronson, Adelbert E., Cleveland, Ohio. Nut. 1,505,580 ; 

Aug. 19. 
Bronson, Adelbert E., Cleveland, Ohio. Hub for steering 

wheels. 1,512,396 ; Oct. 21. 
Bron.son, Fred B. (See Bray, I. W., and Bronson.) 
Bronson, Fred L., Wichita Falls, Tex. Mop. 1,489,919; 

Apr. 8. 

Bronson, Harry E., Mineral, Wash. Trap. 1,488,312 ; 

Mar. 25. 
Bronson, Harry E., Mineral, Wash. Electrical insect 

trap. 1,494,213; May 13. 
Bronson, Harry E., Mineral, Wash. Car-wheel clamp with 

jack base attached. 1,498,422; June 17. 
Bronstoin. Abraham. (See Kaletsari, D., Bellas, and 

Broiistein.) 

Brook, Harry. (See Albrecht, G. F., and Brook.) 
Brook, Harry, assignor to Woonsocket Machine & Press 
Co., Inc., Woonsocket, R. I. Chain-drive mechani.sin 
for bobbin shafts of roving frames. 1,486,831 ; 
Mar. ]1. 

Brookbank, Adron J., Huntington, W. Va. Advertising 
device for chair arms. 1,489,113; Apr. 1. 

Brookhy, Hari'y E., Evanslon, 111. Making plaster board. 
1,511, .^.00; Oct. 14. 

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Brookby, Harry E., Evanston, assignor to United States 
Gypsum Company, Cliicago, 111. Machin.e and method 
for making hardened-edged plaster board. 1,489,693 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Brooke, Lloyd A., Landover, Md. Coupling for armored 
cables. 1.519,108 ; Dec. 16. 

Brooke, Wilfrid, Hale, England. Electric-lighting system 
and means therefor. 1,496,869 ; .lune 10. 

Brooke, Wilfrid, Hale, and H. E. Bowen, Sheffield, as- 
signors of one-fourth to B. Holme and Company Lim- 
ited, Altrincham, and one-fourth to Steel, Peech and 
Tozer Limited, Ickles, near Sheffield, England. Control 
of electric lifting magnets. 1,517,276 ; Dec. 2. 

Brooker, Henry, Goodmayes, England. Coin-freed deliv- 
ery apparatus. 1,505,536 ; Aug. 19. 

Brooker, Howard H., New York, N. Y. Lock for gasoline 
tanks for automobiles. 1,480,989 ; Jan. 15. 

Brookes, Elijah, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Method of 
and means for manufacturing teacups, breakfast cups, 
and other vessels or articles of pottery. 1,488,973 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Brookfleld Glass Company, The. (See Brookfield, Henry 
M., assignor.) 

Brookfleld, Henry M., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Brookfield Glass Company. Machine for forming glass 
articles. 1,505,537 ; Aug. 19. 

Brookfield, \Villiam B., Syracuse, N. Y. Making high- 
speed steel. 1,497,889; June 17. 

Brookins, Andrew J., Chicago, 111. Selective application 
valve for automatic train-control apparatus. 
1,483,276; Feb. 12. 

Brookins, Andrew J., Chicago, 111. Train-control signal. 
1,486,946 ; Mar. 18. 

Brookins, Andrew J., Chicago, 111. Automatic selective 
anplication valve for railways. 1,488,471 ; Apr. 1. 

Brookins, Andrew J., Chicago, 111. Governor for auto- 
matic control apparatus for railways. 1,518,249 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Brookins, Earl, assignor to The Brookins Manufactur- 
ing Company, Dayton, Ohio. Liquid measure. 
1,516,706; Nov. 25. 

Brookins Manufacturing Company, The. (See Brook- 
ins, Earl, assignor.) 

Brookman, John H., et al. (See Slauson, Stephen A., 
assignor.) 

Brooks, Albert E., Everett, Wash. Seal. 1,482.672 ; 
Feb. 5. 

Brooks, Andrew J., St. Joseph, Mo., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Standard Oil Company, Indiana, Chicago, 
111. Air-hose protector. 1,487,436 ; Mar. 18. 

Brooks, Arthur H., administrator. (See Willson, 
Robert W.) 

Brooks Bank Note Company. (See Lambert, Russell A., 
assignor.) 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Chadcloid 
Chemical Company. Treating petroleum still gases. 

1.498.781 ; June 24. 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Chadeloid 
Chemical Company. Treating petroleum sUII gases. 

1.498.782 ; June 24. 

Brooks. Bloomfield H., Denver, Colo. Tent structure. 

1,516.372; Nov. 18. 
Brooks, Charles H. (See Elbelt, W. H., and Brooks.) 
Brooks, Clinton H., Nickerson, Kans. Gate-closing de- 
vice. 1.481,181 ; Jan. 15. 
Brooks, Edward. (See Sebring, C. L., and Brooks.) 
Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J. Method and 

means for sealing strapping. 1,483,714 ; Feb. 12. 
Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J. Open-face sleeve 

seal. 1,502,458 ; July 22. 
Brooks, George S., Gary, Ind. Manufacture of zinc oxide. 

1,512,873 ; Oct. 21. 
Brooks, George W., Topeka, Kans. Bulletin-board and 

the like. 1,494,583 ; May 20. 
Brooks. George W., Topeka, Kans. Chalk trough for 

blackboards. 1,494,582 ; May 20. 
Brooks, Herbert C, London, England. Fountain gum- 
ming machine. 1,504,862 ; Aug. 12. 
Brooks, John C, Paterson, N. J., assignor to Draper 

Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Filling-detecting mecha- 
nism. 1,482,218 ; Jan. 29. 
Brooks. John W., Boise, Idaho. Curtain holder. 

1,500,049 ; July 1. 
Brooks, Lawrence N., Chamberlain, S. Dak. Grease-gun 

attachment. 1,521.272 ; Dec. 30. 
Brooks, Lewis C, assignor to The National Paper Can 

Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Container. 1,482,219 ; 

Jan. 29. 
Brooks, Lewis C., assignor to The National Paper Can 

Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Container. 1,520,527; 

Dec. 23. 
Brooks, Lewis C assignor to The National Paper Can 

Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Container closure. 

1,520.528 ; Dec. 23. 
Brooks, Morris, assignor to The Lifton Mfs. Co., New 

York, N. Y. Brief bags. 1,481,182; Jan. 15. 
Brook.s, Omer, Stanton, Nebr. Tractor sweep hitch. 

1,483,774 : Fob. 12. 
Brooks, Samuel F., Indianapolis, Ind. Interlocking sec- 

lional (ile liadlo. 1,403,728; May 13. 
Brooks, Stanley (J., assignor to The" D. L. Auld Company, 

Columbus, Ohio; Automobile radiator can. Des. 

65,219 ; July 22. 



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Alphaheticcil list of patentees — Continued. 



Brooks, Stephen H., Muskogee, Okla., assignor to Oil 
Conservation Engineering Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Vapor-conservation system. 1,483,212 ; Feb. 12 

Brooks, Stephen it., assignor to Tlie Oil Conservation 
Enirineering Company, Cleveland, Ohio. I'ressure and 
vacuum release valve. l.JJOl.OSS: .Tuly 15. 

Brooks, Stephen H., assignor to The Oil Conservation 
Engineering Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Gauge-hole 
collar. 1.479,053 : .Tan. 1. 

Brooks, Thomas, assignor to The Woods-Gilbert Eail Re- 
modeling Co., Ltd., London, England. Rail-dressing 
apparatus. 1,493,144 ; May 6. 

Brooks, Thomas O. Dallas. Tex., assignor to B/G Sand- 
wich Shops, Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Card rack. 
1.519,394 : Dec. 16. 
.Brooks, Walter B. (See Wilson, R. C, and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Walter .T. (See Ranch. Frederick M.. assignor.) 

Brooks, Walter .T. (See Ranch, F. M., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, William J., assignor to G. H. Harvey, Middletown, 
Ohio. Valve. 1,483,041 ; Feb. 5. 

Brooks, Winfield L., and W. M. Smith, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to Royal Worcester Corset Company. Sew- 
ing-machine attachment for spiral stitching. 1,482,907 ; 
Feb. 5. 

Brooks. Winfred M., South Orange, N. J. Method and 
means for sealing. 1.4So.-'^2S : Feb. 26. 

Brooks. Winfred M., South Orange, N. J. Sealing means. 
1,486,947 : Mar. IS. 

Broome, Ernest L.. Tarrytown, N. Y. Flexible expansion 
joint. 1.499.0.50: .Tune 24. 

Broome, Ernest L., Tarrytown, assignor to General Re- 
duction, Gas and By-Products Companv, New York, 
N. Y. Gas producer. 1.480,148 : Jan. 8. 

Broome, Stockton, Jacksonville, Fla. Sprinkler head. 
1,483,277; Feb. 12. 

Brophy, John P.. Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Stock rest 
for lathes and like machines. 1.50C.107 : Aug. 26. 

Brophy. John P., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Cleveland Automatic M.ichine Companv, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Stock rest. 1.506,108 : Aug. 26. 

Brophv, Oscar, Philadelphia, Pa. Induction furnace. 
1,495.244; May 27. 

Bros. Ernest T.. Minneapolis, Minn. Shock absorber. 
1,503,881 ; Aug. 5. 

Bros. Joseph M., assignor to Wm. Bros Boiler & Mfg. Co., 
Minneapolis. Minn. Table top and making the same. 
1,497.890; June 17. 

Bros, Wm.. Boiler & Mfg. Co. (See Bros, Joseph M., 
assignor.) 

Broscheit. Wilhelm, Wayne. Nebr. Atomizing gasket. 
1,515,455 ; Nov. 11. 

Broscv. Arthur J,. Chicago, 111. Clamp for curtain 
strelcher. 1. 485. 015: Feb. 26. 

Brosin, Benjamin C, and J. H. Siegel, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Loclc. 1.489,815 ; Apr. 8. 

Brosium, George A., Lewistown, Pa. Ladle-stopper head. 
1,492,199; Apr. 29. 

Brosnnn, Edward J., Canajoharie, N. Y. Mounting for 
commutator rollers. 1,504.601 : Aug. 12. 

Bross, Ernest E., Detroit, Mich. Finger ring. Des. 
63,S94 ; Feb. 19. 

Bross, Ernest E., assignor to The Traub Manufacturing 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Finger ring. Des. 64,438 : 
Apr. 13. 

Brossoit, James J.. Salt Lake Citv, Utah. Forming drill 
bits. 1,508,268 : Sept. 9. 

Brothers, Edwin J., East Dulwich, London, assignor ot 
ono-half to .T. H. Tucker & C'ompany, Limited, Bir- 
mingham, England. Interlocking device for electric 
switch and plug. 1.484,468 ; Feb. 19. 

Brothers, Eli, Lynn, Mass., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United Slioe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. Making shoes. 1,482,220; Jan. 29. 

Brothers, Eli, Lynn. Mass.. assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United Shoe JIachinery Corporation, P.nterson, 
N. .T. Upper-shaping machine. 1,487.915: Mar. 25. 

Brothers, Eli. I.ynn. Mass.. assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United Shoe Jtacliinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. Lasting machine. 1.488.472; Apr. 1. 

Brothers, Eli. Lynn. Mass., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation. Pater- 
son, N. J. Lasting apparatus. 1,515.008 : Nov. 11. 

Brothi^rs, Eli. and W. E. Scarlett, Lynn. Mass.. as- 
signors to T'niterl Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. M.icliine for use in the lasting of boots and 
shoes. 1.508..593: Sept. 16. 

Brothei-ton. IIerl)ert. jr.. and IT. S. Xettleton, Tacoma, 
Wash. Bedstead construction. 1. 504. 807 ; Aug. 12. 

Brotz, Anton F.. assignor to Kohler Company, Koliler. 
Wis. A'ncimm tank with elevated fuel supplv. 
1,493,464: May 13. 

Brougliani, Edward. Pennant. Saskatchewan, assignor of 
one-lialf to J. 1*. linker, Ilenrihourg. Saskatchewan. 
Canada. Yoke-ring lock and rein guard. 1,500,228 ; 
July 8. 

Broiigh.am, Edward, Pennant, Saskatchewan, assignor of 
one-lialf to J. P. Baker, nenriI)onrg, Saskatchewan, 
Canada. Yoke-ring lock and rein guard. 1,. "00, 229: 
July 8. 

Brouuhlon, Chester A., assignor to .V. L. Swett Iron 
Works. M'-dinn. N. Y. Stand. 1,495.245; Mny 27. 

Brouchton. Patrick. New London, Conn. Power plant. 
1.520.005 ; Dec. 23. 



Broughton, Walter C, Kansas City, Mo. Sectional roof. 
1,50:^.110 ; July 29. 

Brouillette, Peter A., and A. B. Beck, assignors of one- 
tliird to R. J. Beck, Sioux City, Iowa. Combined pa- 
per and pencil holder. 1.484,321 ; Feb. 19. 

Broulhiet, Georges, St. Etienne, France. Shock absorber 
for vehicles. 1,479,770 ; Jan. 1. 

Broulhiet. Georges, St. Etienne. France. Elastic wheel 
for vehicles. 1,509,705; Sept. 23. 

Brouse. Allen G., Duluth, Minn. Turbine bearing. 
1,507,575 ; Sept. 9. 

Brousseau, Edmond. Hurdman's Bridge, Ontario. Canada. 
Portalile window scaffold. 1,511,260 ; Oct. 14. 

Broussouse. Fernand L., Paris, France. Bogie for rolling 
stock. 1.508.954 ; Sept. 10. 

Broussouse, Fernand L., Paris. France, assignor, by 
mesne assi,gnments. to The Westinghouse Air Brake 
Companv, Wilnierding, Pa. Compressor of air and 
other fluids. 1.503,261 ; July 29. 

Brower, .Abraham T. H., Chicago, 111. Folding cot. 
1,518,3.86 ; Dec. 9. 

Brower. Arthur T. (S^e Clark. E. C. and Brower.) 

Brower, Charles A. (See Brower, James F. and C. A.) 

lUowor. Howard G.. assignor of one-half to P. Warner. 
Chattanooga, Tenn. Soap and water mixer. 1.512,009: 
Oct. 14. 

Brower, James F. and C. A., assignors of one-third to 
J. J. Brennan, Lansing, Mich. Doorstop. 1.515,091 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Brown, A. & F., Company. (See Woodward, Arthur C, 
assignor.) 

Brown, Abraham J., Reading, Pa. Charm. Des. 65,325; 
July 29. 

Brown, Adam R., Louisville, Ky. Toy machine gun. 
1,480,499 ; Jan. 8. 

Brown, .^Hjen, assignor to Vogt Mfg. Corporation, 
Rochester, N. Y. Finishing strii>. 1.487,508; Mar. 18. 

Brown, Albert G., assignor to The Brown I'istol Sparking 
Plug Limited, London, England. Sparking plug for in- 
ternal-combustion engines. 1.482.345 ; Jan. 29. 

Brown. Albert S., Omaha, Nebr. Sectional tire. 
1,492,509; Apr. 29. 

Brown. Alexander T., Svracuse. N. Y. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1.511.02.3; Oct. 7. 

Brown. Alexander T. and C. S.. Syracuse. N. Y. Motor 
agricultural machine. 1.. 511. 024 : Oct. 7. 

Brown, Alexander T.. and G. C. Carhart, assigvors to 
Brown-Lipe (ienr Companv. Svracuse, N. Y. Friction 
clutch. 1.489.423: Apr. 8. 

Brown, .\lfred T.. assignor to The Warner Elevator 
Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Counter- 
balance for elevators. 1.509,803; Sept. 23. 

Brown. Allen W. (See Finley, T. M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Allen W.. St. Louis, Mo., assignor of one-half 
to F. E. McMillin. Chew Chase, ild. Lawn mower. 
1.504.863 ; Aug. 12. 

Brown, Alvin, Plainticld. 111. Tractor planter. 1.517,823 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, 
Walter F.. assignor.) 

Brown, .\rnold V., Worcester. Mass.. assignor to Ameri- 
can Narrow Fabric Company. Buckle base. 1,503,020; 
July 29. 

Brown, Arnold V.. Worcester, Mass., assignor to Ameri- 
can Narrow Fabric Companv. Tip for webbing. 
1,514,420; Nov. 4. 

Brown. Arnold V.. Worcester, Mass.. assignor to American 
Narrow Fabric Company. Detachalile connecting de- 
vice for hose supporters. 1.520,114; Dec. 23. 

Brown, .\rthur J.. New York, N. Y. Lifting jack. 
1,503.087: July 29. 

Brown, Arthur J., assignor to Allis-CIialmers Manu- 
f^nctnriiiL' ('oni|ianv, Milwaukee, Wis. Controller. 
1,494,057: May 13. 

Brown, Arthur L., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westlng- 
liouso Electric & Manufacturing Company. Insulating 
material and forming same. 1,492.155: Apr. 29. 

Brown, Arthur W.. assignor to Ludowici-Celadon Com- 
panv. Cbiciigo. 111. Method of and means for burning 
tiles. 1.489.694 : Apr. 8. 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company. (See Syme, 
James M., assignor.) 

r.rown. Bartlett W. (See Emerson. .\Ifred W., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Fischer, Howard L., assignor, i 

Brown & Bilrclow. (See Kristofek. Frank J., assiuMior.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Welcker, Paul IL, assignor.) 

Urown. Bra7olton T.. nssis^nor to National Automatic 
Wireless Baler Company. Indianapolis. Ind. Auto- 
in;ilic v.iri^less hater. 1.486.360: M;ir. II. 

Brown Brothers Company. (See Brown, Guy B., as- 
signor.* 

Brown, Carl A., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Companv. JIachine for cutting glass. 1.508j358 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Brown, Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Feeler mechanism for looms. 1,494,947; 
JIny 20. 

Brown, ('.'ill D.. assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
d.ile, Mass. Wi'ft feeler for looms. 1.50:V41.';; Julv 29. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale. Mass. Warp stop mechanism for looms. 
1.507,132; Sept. 2. 



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Brown, Carl E., Columbus, Ohio. Money mailer. 
1,479,280; Jan. 1. 

Brown, Carl R., Stockton, Kans. Combined grain harvest- 
ing anrl thrashing machine. 1,520,558 ; Dec. 23. 

Brown, Charles A. (See Colby, Vincent V., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles A., Gardner, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Heywood-Waljetield Company, Boston, Mass. 
Revolving chair. 1,484,371; Feb. 19. 

Brown, Charles C, Knoxville, i'a. Rng. 1,488,804 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Brown, Charles H., Breckenridge, Te.x. Sand pump. 
1,520,803; Dec. 30. 

Brown, Charles J., River Falls, Wis. Mechanical toy. 
1,503,202 : July 29. 

Brown, Charles M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Obtaining 
metallic compounds from silicates. 1,492,016; Apr. 29. 

Brown, Charles R., Brea, Calif. Method and apparatus 
for handling well casings. 1,504.424 ; Aug. 12. 

Brown, Charles S. (See Brown. Alexander T. and C. S.) 

Brown, Cliarles W., Chicago, 111. Conveyer system. 
1.480,320; Mar. U. 

Brown. Charles W., Nashville, Tenn. Brake lining. 
l,512,4.=il ; Oct. 21. 
• Brown, Christopher, Charleroi, Pa., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company. Polishing glass. 
1,480,542; Jan. 15. 

Brown, Clarence D. (See Reynolds, Joshua C, assignor.) 

Brown, Clarence H., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to Un- 
derwood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. 1,492,670 ; May 6. 

Brown, Clarence H., Cedar Rapids. Iowa, assignor to Un- 
derwood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. 1,492,959 ; May 6. 

Brown, Clement, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Car- 
buretor for internal-combustion engines. 1,484,057 ; 
Feb. 19. 

Brown, Clement, Birmingham, England. Control de- 
vice for carburetors and other apparatus used on ve- 
hicles. 1,511,261 ; Oct. 14. 

Brown, Clifford C, Cartersville, Ga. Tension mechanism 
for spoolers. 1,511.872 ; Oct. 14. 

Brown, Clifford M. (See Issitt, W., and Brown.) 

Brown Company. (See Brown, O. B., and Parker, as- 
signors.) 

Brown Company. (See Parker, Howard, assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Parker, H., and Brown, as- 
signors.) 

Brown Company. (See Parker, H., and Sleeper, as- 
signors.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, George A., assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Schur, Milton O., assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Van Arsdel, Wallace B,, as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Cora E., White Plains, N. Y. Reproducer for 

phonograi)hs. 1,487,371; Mar. 18. 
Brown, Daniel H., Oakland, Calif. Traffic signal. 

1,520,693; Dec. 30. 
Brown, David, New York, N. Y. Musical instrument. 

1.497,280 ; June 10. 
Brown. David O., Crawfordsville, Ind. Valve-core tool. 

1,496,870 ; June 10. 
Brown. Davis, Biu-yrus, Ohio, Clav-formiiig die 

1,508,773 : Sept. 16. 
Brown, Earl D., Toledo, Ohio. Breast pump. 1,509,226; 

Sept. 23. 11.,, 

Brown, Edward A., Fort Worth, Tex. Ventilator. 
1.501,940; July 22. 

Brown, Edward C, Bismarck, N. Dak. Lamp-bulb attach- 
ing and detaching device. 1,507,576 ; Sept. 9. 

Brown, Edward E., and D. J. Mooney, Westminster, 
England. Metal construction for aircraft. 1,485,246 ; 
I''eb. 26 

Brown, Edward T., assignor to Ford Motor Company, De- 
troit, Mich. Glass-grinding machinery. 1,508,378; 
Sept. 16. 

Brown, Edwin II., assignor to AUis-Chalmers Manufac- 
turing Company, Milwaukee. Wis. Moans for protect- 
ing turbine surfaces. 1,504,736 : Aug. 12. 

Brown, Edwin IT., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manufac- 
turing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Hydraulic turbine. 
1,504,737 ; Aug. 12. 

Brown, Edwin 11,, assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manufac- 
turing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Bearing. 1,504,738 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Brown, Elliott R. (See Nordstrom, M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Ellis M., Roanoke, Va.' Automobile attachment. 
1,494,731 ; May 20. 

Brown, Ellsworth. (See Burke, G. W., jr., and Brown.) 

Brown, RuiroMo S., Oak Station, Pa. Gas heater. Des. 

04.714 ; May 27. 

Brown, Kugeiio S,, Oak Station, Pa, Gas heater, Des, 

64.715 : Mav 27, 

Brown, Eugene S„ Oak Station, Pa. Gas-log heater. 

1,483,570; Feb. 12. 
Brown, Florence I',., administratrix. (See Brown, 

Thomas E.) 

Brown, Francis IT,, Glen Olden, Pa, Differential-pres- 
sure responsive device, 1.480,661 ; Jan. 15. 

Brown. Francis II.. Glen Olden, Pa. Regulating combus- 
tion of fuel, 1,510,758; Oct, 7. 

Brown, Frank, Indianapolis-, Ind. Pneumatic incline. 
1,493,729; May 13. 



N, J. Fish lure. 



1,516,707 ; 
Key holder. 



Brown, Frank, Patersou, 

Nov. 25. 
Brown, Frank A., Kansas City, Mo, 

1,482,673 ; Feb. 5. 
Brown, Frank D., Batavia, N. Y. Pneumatic cleaner 

for beans and the like. 1,513,482 ; Oct. 28. 
Brown, Frank N,, jr.. El Paso, Tex. Casting machine. 

1,518,630; Dec. 9. 
Brown, Fred, Minneapolis, Minn. Rear-cam-shaft-bushing 

extractor and restorer for Ford motors. 1,491,899 ; 

Apr. 29. 
Brown, Fred C, Seattle, Wash. Portable self-heating 

radiator. 1,507,085; Sept. 9. 
Brown, Fred W., Cleveland, Ohio. Device for separating 

fruit .luices from pulp. 1,517,339 ; Dec. 2. 
Brown, Garnet C. (See Russell, H. O., and Brown.) 
Brown, Garnet C, Detroit, Mich. Electric bomb-rack 

control handle. 1,485,762 ; Mar. 4. 
Brown, George A., St. Paul, Minn. Dispensing tank. 

1,493,955 ; May 13. 
Brown, George C, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric metering device. 1,505,581 ; 

Aug. 19. 
Brown, George G., jr., Ann Arbor, Mich. Carburetor.. 

1,518,559 ; Dec, 9, 
Brown, George G,, jr., Ann Arbor, Mich. Carburetor. 

1.520.926 ; Dec. 30. 

Brown, George H., Market Harborough, England. Change- 
speed belt gearing. 1,502,420 ; July 22. 

Brown, George H., Cambridge, Mass. Color printing. 
1,509,664 ; Sept. 23. 

Brown, George R., deceased, Oklahoma City, Okla., by 
W. Brown, temporary administrator, Ashwood, as- 
signor to Clayton Gin Compress Co., Houston, Tex. 
Baling press. 1,519,109 ; Dec. 16. 

Brown, George W., assignor to Inland Empire Paper Co., 
Millwood, Wash. Save-all. 1,480,500 ; Jan. 8. 

Brown, Geo. W., & Son State Bank, The, trustee. (See 
Frost, Ralph I., assignor.) 

Brown, Grant, and C. A. Sigafoos, Omaha, Nebr. Barrel 
truck. 1,490,361 ; Apr. 15. 

Brown, Gregory, assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Work supporting and centering device for grind- 
ing machines. 1,491,332 ; Apr. 22. 

Brown, Guy B., assignor to Brown Brothers Company, 
Gardner, Mass. Convertible chair. 1,489,304 ; Apr. 8. 

Brown, Harold, Kansas City, Kans. Alarm device. 
1,488.861 ; Apr. 1. 

Brown, Harold M., assignor to Corona Typewriter Com- 
pany, Inc., Groton, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
1,503,021 ; July 29, 

Brown, Harry E,, Chicora, Pa., assignor to The Western 
Iron & Foundry Company, Wichita, Kans. Sucker-rod 
extractor. 1,490,451 ; Apr. 15. 

Brown, Harry L., Newark, N. J. Oil eduction apparatus. 
1,487.836 ; Mar. 25. 

Brown, Harry M., New Kensington, Pa. Car coupling. 

1.520.927 ; Dec. 30, 

Brown, Harry M., New Kensington, assignor of one-half 
to A. R. Barking, Penn, Pa. Car coupler. 1,517,947 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Brown, Harvey F., assignor to Curlee Clothing Com- 
pany. St. Louis, Mo. Spool holder. 1,520,748: 
Dec. 30, 

Brown, Henry H,, assignor to International Show Case 
Company, Chicago, 111, Sectional furniture, 1,505,308 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Bol- 
giano, William C., assignor.) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Jacob, 
Brent C, assignor, ) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The, (See Mon- 
roe, Will IC, assignor.) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The, (See Reid, 
James C, jr., assignor.)" 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Sawhill, 
Edgar P., assignor.) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Scott, 
Harry E.. assignor.) 

Brown, Hugh E,, assignor to W. M. Welch Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111, Pressure-demonstrating ap- 
paratus. 1,484,111 ; Feb. 19. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Brown, Richard 
P., assignor,) 

Brown Instrument Company. (See Wilhjelm, Christian, 
assignor.) 

Brown, Irving L., assignor to American Homos Bureau, 
Chicago, 111, Badge. Des. 65,220; July 22. 

Brown, Jacob I'., and J. A. Strang, i'aterson, N. J. 
Shuttle tension. 1,508.503; Sept. 16. 

Brown, James, Philadelphia, Pa, Game apparatu.*!. 
1,490,201 : Apr, 15. 

Brown, .lames do S.. New York, N. Y. Heel for boots 
and shoes. 1,508,504; Sept. 16, 

Brown, James L,, New Richmond, Wis, Bag holder. 
1,519,662 ; Dec. 16. 

Brown, James M. (See White, W, D., and Brown.) 

Brown, James M,, Pittsburgh, Pa,, assignor to Wi>sting- 
houso Electric & Manufacturing Companv. Bus-bar 
support. 1,490,202; Apr. 15. 

Brown, James M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Companv. Dead-end 
terminal. 1,490,203; Apr. 15, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Brown, James M., Pittsburgh, Pa., as.signor to Westing- 
house Electric & Maimfacturiiig ("onipany. Biis-bar-sup- 
portins .strucliire. 1.4f).j,770 ; May 27. 

Brown, James il., Pittsburgh, I'a., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Insulator. 
l,50S,l.oS>; Sept. 9. 

Brown, James W.. Otsego, Mich. Combined level and 
inclinometer. l,4n8..5:'>.S : June 24. 

Brown, John B., Wakanui, Ashburton, New Zealand. 
Sparrow trap. 1,479,880 ; Jan. 8. 

Brown, John L. (See I'ruger, R., and Brown.) 

Brown, John M. (See Boaz, J. W., Brown, and Haw- 
kins.) 

Brown. John R.. assignor to The Reliance Gauge Column 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Float for steam traps and 
the like. 1,482,382 ; Feb. 5. 

Brown, John R., assignor to The Reliance Gauge Column 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Gauge clock. l,4f)6.14.") : 
June 3. 

Brown, John R.. assignor to The Reliance Gauge Column 
Conip.any, Cleveland, Ohio. Water column. 1,502,808 ; 
July 29. 

Brown, John R., and J. C. Mullinnix, assignors to The 
Reliance Gauge Column Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Float for steam traps and the like and making same. 
1,492,340 ; Apr. 29. 

Brown, John R., and J. C. Mullinnix, assignors to The 
Reliance Gauge Column Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Hollow metal-coated article. 1,492.850 : Apr. 29. 

Brown, John W.. jr., Philadelphia, I'a. Swivel joint for 
pipes. 1.499.8.^1 ; July 1. 

Brown. John W., jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. Electric heater. 
1,500,812; Sept. 2. 

Brown, .John W., jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. Machine tool. 
1,510,1.35 ; Sept. 30. 

Brown. John W., jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Work-position- 
ing device for drilling machines. 1,519,952 ; Dec. 16. 

Brown, John W.. West Allis, and A. J. Nicht. jr.. 
assignors to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. 
Milwaukee. Wis. Elevator brake. 1,504,739 ; Aug. 12. 

Brown, John \\'., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Donley, Harold B., assignor.) 

Brown, Joseph A., and J. R. Watson, Jewett, Te.x. Re- 
taining device. 1,503,975 ; Aug. 5. 

Brown, Lawrence W., Clinton, Mo. Toy helicopter. 
1,481,820; Jan. 29. 

Brown, Lawrence W., Clinton, Mo. Toy helicopter. 
1,481,827 ; Jan. 29. 

Brown, Lcander R., Chicago, 111. Matrix-making device. 
1.493,950; May 13. 

Brown, Lee R., Cbickasha, Okla. Cloth-measuring ma- 
chine. 1,502,902; .July 29. 

Brown, Leonard. (See ilibler, E. A., and Brown.) 

Brown, Lester L., Houston, Tex. Turbine. 1.508,441; 
Sept. 16. 

Brown, Lewis W., St. Louis, Mo. Chair. 1,520,222; 
Dec. 23. 

Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co. (See Logue, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company. (See Brown, A. T., and Car 
hart, assignors.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company. (See Carhart, George C, 
assignor.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company. (See Lipe, W. C, and Car- 
hart. as.'<ign()rs.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company. (See Sweet, II. W., and Car- 
hart, assignors.) 

Brown, Lloyd. Los Angeles, Calif. Motion-picture or cine- 
matograph film. 1,458,907 ; Mar. 4. 

Brown, Lloyd. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to himself and 
C. B. Hurtt. trustees. Focusing system for cameras. 
1.485,908 ; Mar. 4. 

Brown, Llovd. assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. B. 
Hurtt, W. F. Peterson. G. P,. Stephens, C. B. Stephens, 
Los Angeles. Calif., and G. A. Stephens, Molinc, 111., 
trustees. Motion-picture mechanism. 1,514,501 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Brown, Lloyd W.. Wlieeling, W. Va. Die for brick ma- 
chines. 1.497,009: June 17. 

Brown. I^ouis ('. (See Taylor, II. O., and Itrown.) 

Brown, Lz Adam, Alto, Mich. Pneumatic rubber tire. 
Des. 05,221 ; July 22. 

Brown, Margaret A., Muscatine, Iowa. Safety-pocket 
wrist-watch guard. 1,479,363; Jan. 1. 

Brown, Jlicbael. Brooklyn, N. Y. Electrical laundry 
iron. 1.514,950 ; Nov. 11. 

Brown. Millard Iv., Eagle Grove, Iowa. Corn harvester. 
1.487,910; Mar. 25. 

Brown, Mortimer J., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to The 
Pacilic K & 11 Chemical Corixiration, Los ..\iigelos, Calif, 
Measuring and spraving apparatus for a volatile fiimi- 
gant. 1,495,771 ; .May 27. 

Brown, Mortimer J., assignor to The Pacific R & H Chem- 
ical Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Pump-moasuring 
device. 1,495.772 ; JLiy 27. 

Brown, Mortimer J., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Pacific R & II Chemical Cor- 
poration, Los Anselcs, Calif. Valve. 1,495.774 ; 
May 27. 

Brown. Mortimer .1., and C. J. Marvin, assignors to The 
Pacific R & H Chemical Corporation, Los ,\ngcli's, Cnlif. 
Pump. 1,495,773; May 27. 



Brown, Nathanael I. W., et al. (See Williams, Henry J., 
assignor. I 

Brown. Nicholas E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to The 
Braun Corporation. Vibrating screen. 1,519,237 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Brown, Nickolas E., Dallas, S. Dak. Combined calendar 
and advertising device. 1.491,008 ; Apr. 22. 

Brown, Oliver M., Kansas City. Mo. Device for remov- 
ing and replacing engine cam shafts and bushings. 
1,513,031 ; Oct. 28. 

Brown, Ora S., Virginia, Minn. Clothes-washing ma- 
chine. 1,499,005 ; July 1. 

Brown, Orton B. (See Parker, H., and Brown.) 

Brown, Orton B., and II. I'arker, Berlin, N. II., assignors 
to Brown Company. I'ortland, Me. Apparatus for 
treating articles made from p\ilii. 1.488.974 ; Apr. 1. 

Brown, Paul J., North Olmsted, Ohio. Window con- 
struction. 1.513.798; Nov. 4. 

Brown, I'erry O., St. Vincent, Minn. Automatic railway 
switch. 1,507.811 ; Sept. 9. 

Brown, Phelps, Sprinsriield, Mass. Magneto. 1.488.975; 
Apr. 1. 

Brown, Phelps, and H. H. Clark ; said Clark assignor to . 
Wico Electric Company, Springfield, Mass. Magneto. 
1,489,382; Apr. 8. 

f.rcjwii. Pliclps, and I. E, Hendrickson ; said Hendrick- 
son assignor of his entire right to Wico Electric Com- 
pany, Springfield, Mass, Magneto, 1,517,948; Dec. 2. 

Brown Pistol Sparking Plug I,imited. (See Brown, Al- 
bert G.. assianor. ) 

Brown, Ralph L., and W. W. Odell. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pb- 
rifyina combustible gas. 1,514.889; Nov. 11. 

Brown. Ray A.. Rockford, 111, Stereotype-casting machine. 
1,488,146 ; Mar. 25. 

I'rown. Ray F., Chester, Iowa, Motion and direction 
indicator for vehicles. 1,520.851 : Dec. 30. 

Brown, Richard P., assignor to The Brown Instrument 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Safety device for pyrom- 
eters. 1,489,920; Apr. 8. 

Brown, Richard P., assignor to The Brown Instrument 
Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. Fountain pen for record- 
ing instruments. 1,513.889; Nov. 4. 

Brown. Roliert H.. Scranton. Pa., assignor to U. S. Slic- 
ing Machine Company, Laporte, Iiid. Slice receiver 
for slicing machines. 1.519,354 ; Dec. 10. 

Brown, Robert S., assignor to The New Britain Machine 
Company, New Britain, Conn. Chuck. 1,489,976; 
Apr. 8. 

Grown, Robert S., assignor to The New Britain Machine 

Comiiaiiy, New Britain, Conn. Metal-working machine. 

1,503,111 ; .July 29. 
Brown, Rnv R.. Glens Falls, N. Y. Dumping wagon. 

1,499.909 ; July 1. 
Brown, Sampson, (See Basinow, M., and Brown, i 
Brown, Samuel A., assignor to Wirt & Knox Mfg. Co., 

Philadelphia. Pa. Snow pusher. 1,514,076 ; Nov. 4. 
Brown. Samuel IL, Cleveland, Ohio. Storage battery. 

1.499.907 : July 1. 
Brown, Samuel R. (See Kelleher, F. T., and Brown.) 
Brown, Samuel S., Smiley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Pumj^. 

1.517,824 ; Dec. 2. 
I'.rowu, Sayle A. (See Bloclc. George H.. assignor.) 
Brown and Sbarpe JIannfacturing Company. (See 

Graves, Benjamin P.. assignor.) 
Brown and Sbarpe Manufacturing Company. (See Town- 
send, Herlievt E., assignor.) 
Brown Shoe Company. (See Bush. John A., assignor.) 
Brown, Sidney G.. North Vcton, lOnghuKl. Viiriable 

electrolytic resistance. 1,496, 254; June 3. 
Brown. Sol, New Orleans. La. Dispensing can and 

handle therefor. 1.505.309 ; Aug. 19. 
Brown, Sophie H., Muskogee, Okla. Buckle. 1,480. .'547: 

Jan. 8. 
Brown. Stanley. Garden City, assignor to The Oriscom- 

Russell Company. New Y^ork, N. Y. Evaporator coil. 

1,501,640 : July 15. 
Brown. Stanley. Garden City, assignor to The Griscom 

Russell Company, New York, N. Y. Combined ele- 
vator and feed-water heating system. 1,509,634; 

Sept. 23. 
Brown. Tbeophilus. (See Strandlund. C. G., and Brown.) 
Brown, Thi-ophilus, assienor to Deere & Company, Moline, 

III. Plow. 1,489,481 ; Apr. 8. 
Brown, Theoiihilns, and C. (J. Strandlund, nssignor.s to 

lieere& Company, Moline, III. Wheeled plow. 1,495,378; 

May 27, 
Brown, Thomas E,, deceased. New York, N, Y. ; F. B. 

Brown. administratrix. Drawl)ridge. 1.519.189; 

Dec, 10, 
Brown, Thomas J,, Washington, D, C. Shingle^ 

1.4S9,921 ; Apr. 8. 
Brown. Thomas J. W,, W.-r^bington. D. C. Support for 

golf-co>irso markers. 1,504,934; .\ug. 12. 
Brown. Tluunas N.. Fort Wayne, Ind. Ironing machine. 

1,515,545 ; Nov. 11. 
Brown. Tliomas R., Sparkill. N. Y., assignor to The 

Westingbouse .Mr Brake Company, Wilnierding, Pa. 

Automatic car, train pipe, and electric coupler. 

1.488.473: Apr. 1, 
Brown. 'I'liom.as l{,, Pittsburgh, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilnierding, Pa. Automatic 

electric train-line coupling. 1,496,294 ; .lune 3. 



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Brown, AViillace U., Olean, N. i'. Knife. 1,486,725 ; 

Mar. 11. 
Brown, Walter, temporary administrator. (See Brown, 

(Jeorge R.) 
Brown, Walter D., Oak Paric, III. Hair curler. 1,512,397 ; 

Oct. 21. 
Brown, Walter D., and J. L. Fitzpatrick, Parkertou, Wyo. 

Standing' - valve - releasing mechanism. 1,485,411 ; 

Mar. 4. 
Brown, Walter G., Balboa, Canal Zone, Panama. Rack. 

1,506,335 ; Aug. 26. 
Brown, Walter G., Los Angeles, Calif. Suitcase ward- 
robe. 1,510.736 ; Oct. 7. 
Brown, Walter H., Pasadena, Calif. Low-pressure alarm. 

1.486.010 ; Mar. 4. 

Brown, Walter H., Pasadena, Calif. Combined auto- 
matic air-pressuro equalizer, low-pressure alarm, and 
automatic cut-off for plural pneumatic tires. 
1,513,740 ; Nov. 4. 

Brown, Walter O., Detroit, Micb. Badge or similar ar- 
ticle. Des. 66,273 ; Dec. 23. 

Brown, Walter P., and C. A. Cook. Piedmont, Ala. De- 
vice for grading railway tracks. 1,520,928 ; Dec. 30. 

Brown, Westgarth S. F., ilaslemere, England. Variable- 
speed gear. 1,514,601 ; Nov. 11. 

Brown, Willard W. (See Rogers, Charles L. and M. C, 
ajid Brown.) 

Brown, William, New York, N. Y. Helicopter. 1,500,572 ; 
July 8. 

Brown, William G. (See Cbappell, Bartlett H., assignor.) 
Brown, William H., St. Louis, Mo. Optical instrument. 

1.487.011 ; Mar. 18. 

Brown, William J., assignor to H. W. Beacb, Newark, N. J. 

Pressure-regulating valve. 1,485,059 ; Mar. 4. 
Brown, William J., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dimming 

reflector. 1,511,102 ; Oct. 7. 
Brown, William N., Tilden, 111. Miner's tool. 1,504,808 ; 

Aug. 12. 
Brown, Wilson S., Liberty, Wash. Antislipping device. 

1,508,214 ; Sept. 9. 
Brownback, Henry L., NorristOAvn, Pa. Reversing mech- 
anism. 1,517,189 ; Nov. 25. 
Browne, Arthur. (See Northrup, Elmer C, assignor.) 
Browne, Charles E., Oakland, Calif. Reamer. 1,515,430 ; 

Nov. 11. 
Browne, Frank A., Wayne, assignor to The Barber Asphalt 

Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Producing bituminous 

shingles and the like. 1,481,183 ; Jan. 15. 
Browne, Frank A., Wayne, assignor to The Barber 

Asphalt I'aving Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Jacketed 

conduit. 1,495,066 ; May 20. 
Browne, Frank A., Wayne, assignor to The Barber Asphalt 

Company, Philadelphia, ' Pa. Coupling for jacketed 

conduit systems. 1,497,652 ; June 10. 
Browne, Frank E., Long Beach, Calif. Foot scraper. 

1,479,644 ; Jan. 1. 
Browne, George U. (See Mitchell, Albert W., assignor.) 
Browne, Gouverneur G., Winchester, N. H. Ring-rolling 

machine. 1,483,069 ; Feb. 12. 
Browne, Gouverneur G., Winchester, N. H. Manufacture 

of worms for worm "gearings. 1,496,083 ; June 3. 
Browne, Gouverneur G.. Winch.ester, N. H. Worm-rolling 

machine. 1,496,116 ; June 3. 
Browne, Gouverneur G., Oakmont, Pa. Press. 

1,483,156; Feb. 12. 
Browne, John M., Houston, Tex. Treating pickles. 

1,507,577; Sept. 9. 
Browne, Joseph A., Melrose, Mont. Double liardv. 

1,508,674 ; Sept. 16. 
Browne, Mayotta, San Francisco, Calif. Doll. Des. 

64,047 ; Feb. 26. 
Browne, Mayotta, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Calif. Doll. Des. 

64,439 ; Apr. 15. 
Browne, Milton W., Kansas City, Mo. Cold-storage sys- 
tem. 1,515,546; Nov. 11. 
Brownp, Ralph C, Salem, Mass. Air condenser. 

1.512,398; Oct. 21. 
Browne, Waldo R., Wyoming, N. Y. Dental floss holder. 

1,479,364; Jan. 1. 
Browuell, Barcett M., assignor to Diamond Metal Prod 

ucts Co., St. Louis, Mo. Flexible pipe joint. 1,519,110 ; 

Dec. 16. 
Brownell, Barnett M., assignor to Diamond Metal Prod- 
ucts Co., St. Louis, Mo. Pipe coupling. 1,519,111 ; 

Dec. 16. 
Brownfield, John E.. Denver, ^oio. Piston and ring 

therefor. 1,515,829 ; Nov. 18. 
Brownfield, John E., assignor of one-half to J. C. Jones, 

Denver. Colo. Piston ring. 1,516,327 ; Nov. 18. 
Browning, George, assignor to L. H. La Chance, Chicago, 

111. Safety razor. 1,493,065 ; May 6. 
Browning, George M., Rutherford, N. J. Phonograph 

record. 1,489,816; Apr. 8. 
Browning, Ilowai'd E., Chester, 111. Air, heater. 

1,499,442 ; July 1. 
Browning, John M., Ogden, Utah. Firearm. 1,502,058; 

July 29. 

Browning, John M., Ogden, Utali. Automatic firearm. 

1.511,262: Oct. 14. 
Browning, Walter M. (See Flick, R., and Browning.) 
Brownlce. Homer C. (See Nichols, E. P.., and Brownlec.) 



Brownlee, Roy PL, and R. H. Uhlinger, assignors to 
Thermatomic Carbon Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ap- 
paratus for the instantaneous cooling of mixtures of 
gas and solids. 1,520,115 ; Dec. 23. 

Brownlow, Samuel L., Elmo, Ark. Boll-weevil ex- 
terminator. 1,521,424 ; Dec. 30. 

Brownrigg, Abel L., East Orange, N. J. Antifriction 
bearing. 1,520,749 ; Dec. 30. 

Brownson, Ralph, Hastings, Minn. Bag. 1,505,765 : 
Aug. 19. 

Broxon, James E., Akron, Ohio. Machine for assembling 
spokes in wheels. 1,516,328 ; Nov. 18. 

Brozow.ski, Steven, Nokomis, 111. Combination lock 
1,493,957 ; May 13. 

Bruback, Theodore M. (See Linaker, F. W., and Bruback.) 

Brubaker, Gordon M., jr., assignor to W. L. Brubaker & 

r^^fo rr^S°™cP'^°y\ Millersburg, Pa. Stay-bolt tap. 

1.508.594 ; Sept. 16. 

Brubaker, Gordon M., jr., assignor to W. L. Brubaker & 
Bros. Company, Millersburg, Pa. Making stay-bolt taps. 

1.508.595 ; Sept. 16. 

Brubaker, Henry J. and J. B., &an Dimas, Calif. Irri- 
gating valve. 1,482,836 ; Feb. 5. 

Brubaker, John A., assignor to The Haughton Elevator & 
Machine Co., Toledo, Ohio. Door-control mechanism 
1,519,355 ; Dec. 16. 

Brubaker, John B. (See Brubaker, Henry J. and J B ) 

Brubaker, Otto L., assignor to A. M. Turel, San Jose, 
Calif. Cartridge adapter and ammunition therefor. 
1,517,702 ; Dec. 2. 

Brubaker, Reuben C, Eaton, Ohio. Aeroplane-propeller 
mounting. 1,516,708; Nov. 25. 

Brubaker, W. L., & Bros. Company. (See Brubaker, Gor- 
don M., jr., assignor.) 

Brubaker, William A., Akron, Ohio. Cushion Tire 
Rel5,872 ; July 15. 

Bruce,^ Alfred W., New York, N. Y. Locomotive. 

^^Vvo'-^io'''^'^^^-'^,^'^"' ^°^'^' ^- ^'- Throttle valve. 
l,512,4o2 ; Oct. 21. 

Bruce, David K., London, England. Liquid-fuel burner of 

the injection type. 1,495,246 ; May 27. 
Bruce-Macbeth Engine Company, The. (See Curtiss, C 

E., and Allen, assignors.) 
Bruce, W. Robert, et al. (See Plant, Henry J., assignor ) 
Bruce, William M., jr., Springfield, Ohio. Wireless teleg- 
raphy. 1,504,426 ; Aug. 12. 
Brucelarie, Simon, West Hoboken, N. J. Clean-out de- 
vice for pipes. 1,484,469 ; Feb. 19. 
Bruck, H. B., & Sons Company, The. (See Bruck, Henry 

B., assignor.) 
Bruck, Henry B., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The H. B 

Bruck & Sons Company. Bench for player and other 

pianos. 1,479,645; Jan. 1. 
Bruck. Robert L., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The 

B. F. Goodrich Company, New York. N. Y. Apparatus 

for making hollow articles. 1,513,086 ; Oct. 28. 
Bruck, Solomon, Los Angeles, Calif. Advertising badge. 

Des. 65,520 ; Sept. 2. 
Bruck. Solomon, Los Angeles, Calif. Advertising novelty 

1,507,044 ; Sept. 2. 
Brncke, Julius A. (See Canfield, W., and Brucke ) 
Brucker, Ferdinand F., assignor to The Miller Rubber 

Company, Akron, Ohio. Acid-proof tank or container 

1,506,288 ; Aug. 26. 
Brucker, Ferdinand F., assignor to The Miller Rubber 

Company, Akron, Ohio. Manufacturing machine belts 

1,510,449 ; Sept. 30. 
Brucker, Henry, Newark, N. J., assignor to American 

Aluminum Ware Co. Pouring spout and container 

1,520,006 ; Dec. 23. 
Bruckner, Elliott W. and H. B., Jersey City N J 

Cry-producing device for toys. 1.518,897; Dec. o' 
Briickner, Heinrich L. O., Grenzhammer, near Ilmenau 

Germany. Vacuum - insulated bottle. 1,510 301 •' 

Sept. 30. ... 

Bruckner, Henry B. (See Bruckner, Elliott W. and 

Bruckshaw, Herbert S., Bolton, and H. Clayton, Man- 
chester, assignors to Chatwood Safe Company Limited, 
Bolton, Lancaster, England. Safe. 1,491786; 
Apr. 29. 

Bruder, Albert A., Holly, Jlieh. Furnace. 1,491,191 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Bruder, Albert A., Holly, Mich. Cooking range. 1,505,244 ; 
Aug. 19. ■ 

Brueck, Theodore M., assignor to Ilex Optical Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Adjusting mechanism. 1,480,990 ; 
Jan. 15. 

rtrueggoman. Frank, assignor of one-half to W. I. Bell, 
Chicago, 111. Safety-island light fixture. 1,486,223 ■ 
Mar. 11. 

Bruegger, Zeno A., Boise, Idaho. Engine piston. 
1,492,917; May 6. s i » o .. 

Bruel. Eduard N., Bayonne, N. J. Designing blocks. 
1,492,671 ; May 6. 

Bi'iiene. Rudolph W., Cushing, Iowa. Pig-tooth nippers 
1,508,741 ; Sojit. 16. 

r.rueslialjor, Martin W., Cliicugo. 111., assignor to Goss 
Printing Pro.s-s (^inipany. Macliinc for casting stereo- 
type plates. 1,514,757; Nov. 11. 

HrncEoniai., Carl W. (See Bruggeman. Charles W. and 
C. W.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



BruKgeman, Charles W. and C. W., Farmingtoii, Iowa. 
Sfuck-watering troiigli. 1.480,224: Mar. 11. 

Briigi^er, Xaver, iloi-u:eii, Switzerland. Winding frame. 
1,500,002; .Tuly 8. 

Briiggor, Xaver. llorgen, Switzerland. Winding device 
for yarns. 1..506,159 ; Aug. 26. 

BriilU, I'anl, a.ssiguor to Mascliinenfalirik Rlieinland A. 
G., Diisseldorf, Germany. Method and device for grind- 
ing balls or rollers. 1,500,485 ; .luly 8. 

Bruhn, Christian N., Cedar Falls, Iowa. Egg-candling 
device. 1,479,450 ; Jan. 1. 

Bruhn, Daniel. Hohart, Ind. Building construction. 
1,510,519 ; Oct. 7. 

Bruhn, Kricdrich \V. G., Berlin-WiUnersdorf, Germany. 
Recording apparatus. 1,490,580 ; Apr. 15. 

Bruhn, Ilcnry F., Ilerndon, Kans. Attachment for trac- 
tors. 1,503,348 ; July 29. 

Bruijnes, Johannes. (See Hoist, G., Oosterhnis, and 
Bruijnes.) 

Bruinekool, Peter, Densmore, Kans. Weeder. 1,521,503 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Brulatour, Peter E., Coytesville, N. J. Rotary internal- 
combustion engine. 1,497,005 ; June 10. 

Brumage, Isaac. (See Whitmill, J. E., and Brumage.) 

Brumage, William A., Milwaukee, Wis. Rod for connect- 
ing switch points. 1.517,398 ; Dec. 2. 

Brumaii, Otto F. (See Graetzer, C, and Bruman.) 

Brumbaugh, Lester, Middlebranch, Ohio. Signaling de- 
vice. 1,497,709 : June 17, 

Brumbaugh, Oliver, Louisville, Ohio. Silo or tank. 
1,484,9X4 : Feb. 26. 

Brump, Herbert L., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 
Fan & Motor Company. Short-circuiting device. 
1,513.799 ; Nov. 4. 

Brun-Mill Company. (See Miller, Melville, assignor.) 

Brun, Vallv P., San Francisco, Calif. Indoor golf game. 
1,503,633 ; Aug. 5. 

Brundage, Floyd O., Troy, N. Y. Antiskid-chain tight- 
ener. 1,489,736 ; Apr, 8. 

Brundage, James W., Akron, Ohio. Shock absorber, 
1,489,343 ; Apr. 8. 

Brundage, James W., assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
panv, Akron, Ohio. Air-bag-bufBng machine. 1,489,922; 
Apr. 8. 

Brune, Edward H., St. Louis, Mo. Disposal of garbage. 
1,516,952 : Nov. 25. 

Brune, Louis J., sr., Algiers, La. Combined vehicle jack 
and tire tool. 1,487,437 ; Mar. 18. 

Brune, Louis J,, Chicago, 111. Lock nut, 1,50S,3]<>; 
Sept. 9. 

Brune, Will, Tekamah, Nebr. Demountable tire-carrying 
rim. 1 ,495,880 : May 27. 

Bruneau. Eugene, Washington, D. C. Tripod. 1.517,825 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Bruneau, Hudger, Woonsocket, R. I. Picker rod. 
1,518.631 : Dec. 9. 

Brunei], Homer A. (See Burtnett, Everett R.. assignor ) 

Brunell, Homer A., et al. (See Burtnett, Everett R., 
assignor.) 

Brunelli, Domenico, assignor of one-half to G, Di Giaco- 
mo, Philadelphia, Pa. Clock control for talking-ma- 
chine records. 1,494,058 ; May 13. 

Bruner, Clarence E., Oregon City, Oreg. I'aper-machine 
slice. 1,497,403 ; June 10. 

Bruner, William L., Wichita Falls, Tex. Clutch and 
brake combined. 1.487,086 ; Mar. 18. 

Bruner, William L., Wichita Falls, Tex. Drilling attach- 
ment for temper screws. 1,491,787; Apr. 29. 

Bruncs, August, Pequot, Minn. Ice-cream-can lifter. 
1.503,347 ; July 29. 

Brunet, Maurice, assignor to Maison Detilleux, Socift^ 
Anonyme, Liege, Belgium. Apparatus for regulating 
the supply of water to instantaneous steam generators. 
1,479,890'; Jan. 8. 

Brunet, Maurice, assignor to Maison Detilleux, Soci<?t^ 
Anonvme, Liege, Belgium. Steam engine. 1,479,891 ; 
Jan. "8. 

BruuL'ardt, Henry R. (See Snider. William, assisrnor.) 

Brnngess, John, Ukiah, Calif. Tractor hitch, 1 ,507,1. "i."i ; 
Sept. 2. 

Brunhoff, Edward, Cincinnati, Ohio. Display and venditis 
apparatus. 1,501,983; July 22. 

Brunhoff, Edward, assignor to The Brunlioff Man\ir;!c- 
turing Compan.v, Cincinnati, (Tliio. .\dvertlsing ami 
vending cabinet. Des. 65,."i55 : Sent. 9. 
Brunhoff. Edward, assignor to The Brunhoff Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cincinnati. Ohio. Display and vending 
apparatus. 1,505,858; Aug. 19, 

Brunhoff, Edward, assignor to The Brunhoff Manufac- 
turing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Display and vend- 
ing .apparatus. 1.514,502; Nov, 4. 

Brunhoff Manufacturing Company, The, (See Brunhoff, 

Edward, assignor.) 
Brunk, ,Toseph F., Basin, Wyo. Wire stretcher, 

1.518.769 ; Dec. 9. 
Brunk, Mary V.. Kansas City, Mo. Cap. hat, and bonnei. 

1.520.007': Dec. 23. 
Br\nin, William H., Waterloo, Iowa. Puzzle. 1,501,554; 

July 15. 
Brunnell, Homer A. (See Burtnett, Everett R., assignor.) 
nrniinor. .Mbeit II.. Oak Park, assignor to Raymond Bros. 
Engineerinc Co.. (^bicaiin. 111. ConveviuK ajiparalns. 
1. ."18. 898; Dec. 9. 



Brunner, Arthur, San Francisco, Calif. Fuse plug. 
1.517,229 ; Nov. 25. 

Brunner, Mans, Ouder Amstel, Netherlands. I'lug cock. 
1,483,508; Feb. 12. 

Brunner, Harold E., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor to The 
Skayef Ball Bearing Companv. Car-axle journal. 
1,491,333; Apr. 22. 

Brunner, Harold E., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor to The 
Hess-Bright Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Antifriction bearing and assembling the same. 
1,492,072 ; May 6. 

Brunner Manufacturing Company. (See Parker, George 
A., assignor.) 

Bruns, Harold C, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada. Stump- 
pulling apparatus. 1,484,007 ; Feb. 19. 

Brunsell, Johan F. (See Morgan, W. H., and Brunsell.) 

I'.iunsman, Walt'T J.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Automobile cur- 
tain. 1,482.458 ; Feb. 5. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collendcr Company. The. (See Bishop. 
Joseph W., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Company, The. (See Bishop, 
J. W.. and Mafte.son, assignors.) 

Brun.swick-Balke-Collendcr Company, The. (See Carlson, 
Arthur F., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Drost, 
Thomas, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Hine, Cicero, 
assignor.) 

Brunswick-Italkp-Collender Company, The. (See Miller, 
John O., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Thomp- 
son, Aksell R., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Ealke-Collcnder Company, The. (See Whelan, 
Michael J., assignor.) 

Brunt, Percy, Addiscombe, England. Well-boring ap- 
paratus. 1.510.709 ; Nov. 25. 

Brunt Tile and Porcelain Company, The, (See Mc- 
Kniglit, Oscar W., assignor.) 

Brunton, ,Tohn L. and W. P., London, England. Control 
mechanism for the ignition levers of internal-com- 
bustion engines. 1,488,313 : Mar. 25. 

Brunton, John L. and W. P., London, England. Control 
mechanism. 1,490,587; Apr. 15. 

Brunton, William P. (See Brunton, John L. and W. P.) 

r.rush, Alanson P. (See Nacker, Owen M., assignor.) 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit. Mich. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1, .504, 322 : Aug. 12. 

Brush. Frederick F., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Ele- 
vator Safety Appliance Company. Elevator-door-op- 
erating mechanism. 1,497,055; June 10. 

Brush, George S,, Zanesville, Ohio. Clock ease. Des. 
05.799; Oct. 21. 

Brush, Howard R., Chicago, -111. Extensible automobile 
construction, 1,501,701 ; July 15. 

Bruss, A. R. (See Budd, Joseph E., assignor.) 

Bruss, Julius A., Seattle. Wash. Compression brake for 
motor vehicles. 1,491,513 ; Apr. 22. 

Brussell, David. Philadelphia, Pa. Electrolier. Des. 
65.463; Aug. 26. 

Bruzac, Andrt^ (See Constant. G.. and Bruzac.) 

I'.ruzga, William C, Norwood, Mass. Tobacco-user's ap- 
pliance. 1,504,675; Aug. 12. 

Bryitn, Charles F., Iletland, S. Dak. Snowplow. 
1,517,100; Nov. 25. 

I'.rvan, Charles 1!.. New York, N. Y. Direction signal for 
inutor vchiclrs. 1,5()S.!)55; Sept. 16. 

Brvan, Clarence V., Laurel, and J. J. Bryan, Amaranth 
Station, Ontario, Canada. Oil burner. 1,509,706 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Bryan, Don C, Huntington Beach, Calif. Motor-vehicle 
hoist. 1,481,681 ; Jan. 22. 

Brvan, George A.. Peru. Ind. Steam generator. 
i. 497, 973; June 17. 

Bryan, George A.. Peru, Ind.. assignor to Bryan Har- 
vester Companv, Inc. Enu:inc mounting for steam-pro- 
pelled vehicles. 1.502,978; July 29. 

Bryan. Harry. A. L. Mi-hring, and W. II. Ross, Wash-" 
ington, D. Ci'.. dedicated, by mesne assignments, to the 
citizens of the United States of America. Electric 
furnace of the resistor type. 1.513.890; Nov. 4. 

Bryan Harvester Company. (See Bryan, George A., as- 
signor.) 

lirvan, James B., Ilutcliinsim, Kj'.ns. Valve-seating tool. 
i,4S7,533 ; Mar, LS. 

Bryan, John J. (See Bryan, Clarence V.. and J. J.) 

Bryan, Leon 0,, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
i; Conrpanv. Wilmington, Del. Ammonium nitrate ex- 
plosive, i. 509.393 ; Sept. 23. 

Brvan. Robert N., and G, M. Meigs. Pittsburgh. Pn. 
Turn-over table. 1,500.047 : Aug. 26. 

Bryant. Cliarles J., et al. (See Bryant, John W., as- 
signor.) 
Bryant. Charles W., et al. (See Bryant, John W., ns- 
sivrnor.) 

Bryant Blectric Company, The. (See Anderson, Carl E., 

assignor.) 
Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Bates, Clarence A., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Catlin, Iloyt, ns- 

Rignor ) 
Bryant Electric Company, The, (See Goodridge. Gilbert 
\V.. assignor.) 



UNITED STATES I'ATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Br.vant Electric Company, The. (See Hammerstrom, 
Oscar, assienor.) 

Br.vant Electric Company, The. (See Johnson, George 
A., assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Thomas, George 
H.. assi;;uiir. ) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Tizley, Arthur J., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Ullrich, Emil H. 
\V., assignor.) 

Bryant, Harriet C, Potsdam, N. Y. Card-table cover. 
1,503,088 ; July 29. 

Bryant, Harriett C New Milford, Conn. Wall paper. 
Des. 65,007 ; July 8. 

Bryant, Harvey L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Can Company, San P.rancisco, Calit. Method of and 
apparatus for compound-lining can ends. 1,517,340 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Brvant, Jolm W., assignor of one-twelfth to C. W. Bryant, 
one-twelfth to C. J. Bryant, one-sixth to M. E. Bry- 
ant, and one-.sixth to W. Sheil, Shepparton, Victoria, 
Australia. Wheel rim and pneumatic-tire cover. 
1,503,976 ; Aug. 5. 

Bryant, Louis, Canton, Miss. Rail joint. 1,496,205; 
June 3. 

Bryant, Margaret E., et al. (See Bryant, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Bryant, Stanley C, assignor to Bryant Zinc Company, 
Chicago. 111. Interlocking relay. 1.521.273 ; Dec. 30. 

Bryant, Stephen O., Bethany, Mo. Gate. 1,480,501 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Bryant, Stephen O., Bethany, Mo. Snake-poison extractor. 
1.488,376 ; Mar. 25. 

Bryant Zinc Company. (See Bryant, Stanley C, as- 
signor.) 

Bryar, George, assignor of three-fourths to E. W. Ford 
and one-fourth to J. C. Flannery, Boston, Mass. Strap 
wrench. 1.512,014; Oct. 21. 

Bryce Brothers Company. (See Bell, Elmer, assignor.) 

Bryce. Jamts W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Time Recording Company, Endicott, N. T. 
Time recorder. 1.513.368 ; Oct. 28. 

Bryce, James W., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor to The 
International Time Recording Company of New York. 
Electric multiplying machine. 1,515.995 ; Nov. 18. 

Brvdle, Fenton It., Janraica, N. Y. Interlocking shingle. 
1.512,400; Oct. 21. 

Brvdle, Fenton R., Jamaica, N. Y. Interlocking shingle. 
1,513,800 ; Nov. 4. 

Brven, George J., Duquesne, Pa. Conveyer hook. 
1,510,580; Oct. 7. 

Brven, George J., and R. H. Currie, Duquesne, Pa. Valve. 
1,488,147: Mar. 25. 

Brynildson, Knut B., New Richland. Jlinn. Illuminated 
license-plate holder. 1,512,082 ; Oct. 21. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, N. Y., assignor lo Tolhurst Ma- 
eliine \Viirks. Centrifugal machine. 1,481,502; .Ian. 22. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy. N. Y., assignor to Tolhurst Ma- 
chine Works. Centrifugal machine. 1,507,412 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy. N. Y., assignor to Tolhurst Ma- 
chine Works, ('entrifugal machine. 1,507,413 ; Sept. 2. 

Bryson, Walter 1)., Ridley I'ark, I'a., assignor to Fibre 
Container Company. Shipping drum or container. 
1.494,584 ; May 20. 

Brzezicki, John. (See Baracli, L. V., and Brzezicki.) 

Bubb, Charles L., Williamsport, Pa. Lubricator. 
1,513,891 ; Nov. 4. 

Bubenheim, Leonore, assignor to Madame Leonore Art 
Doll Co., New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 64,(!24 ; May i.;. 

Bubenheim, Leonore, assignor to Madame Leonore Art 
Doll Co., New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 64,625 ; May Ki. 

Bubenheim, Leonore, assignor to Madame Leonore Art 
Doll Co., New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 64,626 ; May 13. 

Bubenheim, Leonore, assignor to Madame Leonore Art 
Doll Co., New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 64,654 ; May 20. 

Bubenheim, Leonore, assignor to Madame Leonore Art 
Doll Co., New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 64,655 ; May 20. 

Buc, Ilyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Development Company. I'urifying and deodorizing iso- 
propyl alcohol. 1,498,229 ; June 17. 

Bucci, Anthony, Schenectady, N. Y. Workholdlng device. 
1,495,980 : June 3. 

Buccicone, Dario, New Kensington, Pa. Tinplate-feeding 
apparatus. 1,491,461 ; Apr. 22. 

Bucey, George M., Kansas City, Mo. Oil burner. 
1,506.970 ; Sept. 2. 

Buch, Max A., Coventry, England. Body for motor ve- 
hicles. 1,481,048: Jan. 15. 
Buch. Paul II., and II. M. Groff, Waterbury, Conn. Ther- 
mostatic switch. 1,505,370; Aug. 19. 

Buch, Paul II., and 11. M. Groff, Trenton, N. J. Refrig- 
eration. 1,510,759 ; Oct. 7. 

Buchalter, I^ouis, New York, N. Y. Combined coat and 
muffler. 1,504,935; Aug. 12. 

Buchanan, Cliarles (i.. East Orange, N. J. Wearing plate 
for crusliers. 1.507,661; Sept. 9. 

Buchanan, CorriMiie N., assignor of one-half to I,. Dnn- 
ipls, Everson, Wash. Tongs. 1.482.380; Feb. 5. 

Buchanan, Cyrus B., and C. C. Jolinson, Richmond, Va. 
Current collector. 1,509,665 ; Sept. 23. 



Buchanan, Eugene, Fall River, Mass. Bumper-operated 
brake. 1,518,483; Oct. 28. 

Buchanan, Ferdinand C, assignor of one-half to A. A. 
Kramer, Kansas City, Mo. Tank construction. 
1,515,996; Nov. 18. 

Buchanan, Frank, Syracuse, N. Y. Headlight. 1,483,070; 
Feb. 12. 

Buchanan, George M., North Braddock, Pa. Window 
seat. 1,513,484 ; Oct. 28. 

Buchanan, Guy H. (See Landis, W. S., and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, Hugh. (See Moir, D., and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan. Lsaac W. P., Lebanon, Teun. Hairbrush. 
1,518,480 : Dec. 0. 

Buchanan, Jack L., Lawton, Okla. Pin or similar article 
of .iewelry. Des. 64,395 ; Apr. 8. 

Buchanan, Joseph M., Freeport, N. Y. Making sets of 
artificial teeth. 1,511,161 ; Oct. 7. 

Buchanan, Leonard B., Woburn, assignor to The Chase- 
Shawmut Company, Boston, Mass. Renewable fuse. 
1,484,058; Feb. 19. 

Buchanan, Moses R. (See Welsch, H., and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, Omar B., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Signal- 
ing system. 1,517,277 : Dec. -. 

Buchanan. Peter F., London, Ontario, Canada. Packing 
device for paper cups and the like. 1,518,481 ; Dec. 9. 

Buchanan, Vernon J., Newport, R. I. Hat or cap sweat- 
band shield or pad. 1,498.505 ; June 17. 

Buchanan, William C. K., Chicago, III. Inhaler. 
1,514,890; Nov. 11. 

Buchenberg, Alvin E., assignor to Industrial Research 
Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. Current regulation. 
1,481,184 ; Jan. 15. 

Buchenberg, Alvin E., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to The ' Electric .\uto-Lite Company, Toledo, Ohio. 
Starting and ignition system. 1,486.628; Mar. 11. 

Bucher, Armin. (See Tobler, R., Stocker, Miiller, and 
Bucher.) 

Bucher, Benjamin, Whitehouse, Ohio. Hoe. 1,487,713 ; 
Mar. 25. 

Bucher and Gibbs Plow Company, The. (See Stewart, 
Jonathan M.. assignor.) 

Bucher, John W. (See Akins, R. P., Bucher, and Gross.) 

Bucher, Walter M., Los Angeles, and F. W. Burk, Alham- 
bra, Calif. Traffic signal. 1,494,663 ; May 20. 

Bucher, William W., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Kohler Company, Kohler, Wis. Low- 
voltage starting system on high - service mains. 
1,498,346 : June 17. 

Bucher, William W., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Kohler Compan.v, Kohler. Wis. Auto- 
matic control switch. 1,498,347 ; June 17. 

Bucher, William W., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Kohler Company, Kohler, Wis. Differ- 
ential-control magnet. 1,510,455 ; Oct. 7. 

Bucherer, Alax, Berlin-Reinickendorf-West, Germany. 
Pump. 1,503.634 ; Aug. 5. 

Buchli, Jacob, Baden, Switzerland. Locomotive driven 
by steam and internal-combustion engines. 1,490,452; 
Apr. 15. 

Buchli, Jacob, Baden, Switzerland. Combined steam and 
internal-combustion locomotive. 1,502,546 ; July 22. 

Buchli, Jacob, Baden, Switzerland. Locomotive driven by 
steam and internal-combustion engines. 1,504.001"; 
Aug. 5. 

Buchman, Emil. (See Stein, J. W., and Buchman.) 

Buchner, Max, Hanover, Germany. Manufacturing 
aluminum hydroxide. 1,493,320 ; May 6. 

Biichner, Oswald, Hongg, near Zurich, Switzerland. 
Lens and the arrangement of lenses. 1,520.559 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Buchsbaum, Herbert J., Chicago, 111. Locket. 1,490,190 ; 
Apr. 15. 

Buchsbaum. Samuel, Chicago, 111. Jewelry case. 
1.486.620 ; Mar. 11. 

Buchsbaum, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Belt buckle. 1.495,668 ; 



May 27. 



Chicago, 111. 



Belt buckle. 



Three-piece buckle. 
1,520,116; 



Buchsbaum, Samuel, 
1,500,362; July 8. 

Buchshnum. .Samuel. Chicago, 111. 
1,500,363; July 8. 

Buchter, Henry, Cincinnati, Ohio. Caster. 
Dec. 23. 

Buchwald, Henry C., Baltimore, Md. Braking mechanism 
for wheeled vehicles. 1,482,729 ; Feb. 5. 

Buck, Ainsworth, Summit, N. J. Window-cleaner's safety, 
device. 1.511,704 ; Oct. 14. 

Buck, Arthur W.. St. Louis, Mo. X-ray cassette. 
1.507,727 ; Sept. 9. 

Buck. Arthur W., assignor to Cinderella Heel Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis, Mo. Heel and attaching plate there- 
for. 1,500,289 ; Aug. 26. 

Buck, Charles P.. Topeka. Kans. Vapor-conservation sys- 
tem. 1,.50S,04S ; Sept. 9 

Buck. Clarence M. (See Flick. II.. Buck, and Scherer.) 

Buck, David D., assignor of one-half to O. C. Lovett. 
Flaglrr, Colo. Manicuring device. 1.482.837 : Fob. ."i. 

Buck, Edward L.. and E. G. Nadeau, West Enfield, Jle. 
Feed attachment for conveyers. 1,505,928; .\ug. 19. 

Buck, John N., l.owden. Wash. Singletree Iron. 
1.4SS.734 ; Apr. 1. 

Buck, Thomas. Casper, Wyo. Vapor-treatment apparatus. 
1,479,365; Jan. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Buck, Thomas F., New Castle, I'a. Safety fender for 
automobiles. 1,487.714 : Mar. 25. 

Buck, Tyne M., Des Moines, Iowa. Floor waxer. 
1,479,281 ; Jan. 1. 

Buck. WUmer G., Fremont, assignor to Continental En- 
gineering Corporation, Omaha, Nebr. Rotator for 
valves of interiial-combustiou engines. 1,479,109 ; 
Jan. 1. 

Buck. Wilnier G., Fremont, assignor to Continental Engi- 
neering Corporation, Omaha, Nebr. Valve rotator. 
1.513.741 ; Nov. 4. 

Buckendale. Lawrence R. (See Alden, H. W., and 
Buckendale.) 

Buckeye Brass and Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Selker, Harry, assignor.) 

Buckeye Iron i: Brass Works. (See Anderson, R. C, 
and Rikc. a.ssigiiors.) 

Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Sheppard, O., jr., and 
Trace, assignors.) 

Buckeyo .-ueei Castings Company, The. (See Larson, 
Jacob C, assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Orr, C. L., 
and Johnson, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Orr, C. L., 
Larsen, and Johnson, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Whitridge, 
John C, assignor.) 

Buckham, Henry B., assignor to Duoplirme Manufacturing 
Co., Chicago, III. Cabinet for tone-reproducing devices. 
Des. 64,440 ; Apr. 15. 

Buckham, Henry B., assignor to The AUbright-Nell Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Drying apparatus. 1,481,790 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Buckinirham, Benjamin J., Chicago, 111. Hair net display 
rack. 1.4S1.6S2; Jan. 22. 

Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Internal-ex- 
panding gauge. 1,507.272 ; Sept. 2. 

Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to I'ratt 
& Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Autom.'itic 
lathe. 1,516,146; Nov. 18. 

Buckingham, W'illiam H., Mayfield, assignor of forty-nine 
one-hundredths to G. F. Couch, Carbondale, Pa. Inter- 
changeable sander. 1.496,117 ; June 3. 

Buckland, Joseph E., Elkhart, Kans. Fastening for sec- 
tional tubing. 1.497,086; June 10. 

Buckle, Horace L. T., Yiewsley, England. Disk talking 
machine. 1,505,073 ; Aug. 12. 

Bucklo, Horace L. T.. Y^iew.sley, England. Diaphragm- 
holding ring for talking machines and other acoustical 
instruments. 1.515,456 ; Nov. 11. 

Buckle. Horace L. T., Yiewsley, England, assignor to 
Victor Talking Machine Company. Governor for talk- 
ing machines. 1.520.008 ; Dec. 23. 

Buckley, Arthur B., Cairo, Egypt. Transmitter for elec- 
tric recording and signaling systems. 1,482,968 ; Feb. 5. 

Buckley, Arthur B., Cairo, Egypt. Meter for measuring 
the volume of flow of liquids in open channels. 
1,492,829; May 6. 

Buckley, Gordon W. (See Buckley, Walter S. and G. W.) 

Buckley. Henry L. (See Pa nil, W. H., and Buckley.) 

Buckley, Jerry, Mills. Calif. Device for removing leaves 
from" fruit-cleaning liquid. 1,507,9.j1 ; Sept. 9. 

Buckley, Joseph L., Trenton. N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Proctor & Schwartz, Inc., Philadelphia, 
Pa. Process and apparatus for drying pottery. 
1.490,765 ; Apr. 15. 

Buckley, Joseph L., Trenton, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Proctor & Schwartz, Incorporated, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Drying apparatus. l,500,92o ; 
July 8. 

Buckley. Oliver E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Continuously-loaded signaling conductor. 1,486,86:'. ; 
Mar. 18. 

Buckley. Thomas A., Brooklyn. N. Y. Implement for 
cleaning teeth. 1.521.425 ; Dec. .30. 

Bucklov. Walter S. and G. W^, Mirfield, England. Vent 
peg. ]. 495, 775; Mav 27. 

Bucklev. W^illiam H.. Philadelphia. Pa. Stand and cover 
for garbage receptacles. 1.505,086 ; Aug. 19. 

Bucknam. Worthy C, Jersey City, N. J., assignor, by 
memo assignments, to Air Reduction Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Drilling machine. 1.493.428 ; 
May 6. 

Bucknam, Worthy C. Froeport, N. Y., assignor to The 
Lindo Air Pro"ducts Company. Blowpipe apparatus. 
1.514.650; Nov. 11. 

Bucknam, Worthy C, Jersey City, N. J., assignor, hy 
mesne assii'nments, to Air Reduction Company, In- 
corporated. New York, N. Y. Torch. 1.516.078; 
Nov. 18. 

Buckner, Frank. (See Wells, R. L., and Buckncr.) 

Buckner. Levi G. (See Sibley, S. J., and Buckner.) 

Buck's Stove & Range Company. (See Templeton. Jones 
T., assignor.) 

Buckstein, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Fluid-administering 
device. 1,479.4 .")1 ; Jan. 1. 

Buckwaltpr. Tracy V.. assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearins Company. Canton, Ohio. Truck side frame. 
1.485,588; Mar. 4. 



Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Shaft bearing 
1.493,598 ; May 13; 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Bearing closure. 
1,494,338 ; May 20. 

Bucyrus Company. (See Eager, S. R. W. M., and Kaeser, 
assignors.) 

Bucyrus Company.- (See Eager, Svaute R. W. M., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus Company. (See Ferris, W., and Keese, as- 
signors.) 

Bucyrus Company. (See Fykse. Mitchell L., assignor.) 

Hucyrus Company. (See Monahan, F. J., Ferris, and 
Lelininn. assignors.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See D'Ar- 
deune, Walter H., assignor.) 

Budd. Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 
winka, Joseph, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Meadow- 
croft, Joseph W., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., assignor to Budd Wheel Company, 
Philadelpbia, Pa. Hubcap-locking device. 1,496,049 ; 
June 3. 

Budd, Edward G., and J. Ledwinka, assignors to Budd 
Wheel Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hub structure for 
wheels. 1,507,549 ; Sept. 2. 

Budd, Joseph E., assignor of one-third to A. R. Bruss, 
Roseau, Minn. Clothes-supporting device. 1,489,923 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Budd, Lester, Philadelphia. Pa. Dumping grate for fur- 
naces. 1,491.255 ; Apr. 22. 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Budd, Edward G., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel. Company. (See Budd, E. G., and Ledwinka, 
assignors.) 

Budd Wheel Comijany. (See Higginbotham, Paul R., 

assignor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Ibach, Emil, assignor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Ledwinka, .loseph, as- 
signor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Ludwick, Herbert V., as- 
signor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Stuck, Everett, assignor.) 
Budde & Westermann. (See Burno, Joseph N., assignor.) 
Budler, Anton J., Fairmont, Nebr. Tire-chain connecter. 

1.494,214 ; May 13. 
Budlong. Standish S., Rockford, 111. Lavatory fixture. 
1,509.635 ; Sept. 23. 

Budrow. William A., Pittsfield, Mass. Golf tee. 

1,510,302 ; Sept. 30. 
Bueckle. George, Brooklyn, N. Y. Therapeutic apparatus. 

1,487,837 ; Mar. 25. 
Buedingen. William L., Milwaukee, Wis. Container. 

1.516,147 ; Nov. 18. 
Buehle, Erich, San Francisco, Calif. Valve. 1,520,117 ; 

Dec. 23. 
Buell, Delbert A., deceased, Ilartland, Mich. ; G. D. Buell, 

administrator. Grease-cup protector. 1,499,288 ; 

June 24. 
Buell, George D.. administrator. (See Buell, Delbert A.) 
Buelna, Guadalupe, and H. E. J. Vacher, Santa Barbara, 

Calif. Nozzle. 1,504,864 ; Aug. 12. 
Bueik. Charles A., Chicago, lU. Vanity box. 

1,521.072 ; Dec. 30. 
Buerkle. Lewis J. (See Elliott, R. W., Johnston, and 

Buerkle.) 
Buettner, Rudolph W.. assignor to Nordberg Manufac- 
turing Company. Milwaukee. Wis. Crosshead for re- 
ciprocating machinery. 1.521.426 ; Dec. 30. 
Buettner, William J., Carnegie, Pa. Bushing for tubular 

radiators. 1.482.542 ; Feb. 5. 
Buffalo Co-Operatlve Stove Co. (See Kener, Edward, jr. 

assignor.) 
Buft'alo Forge Company. (See Manquen, John E., as- 
signor. ) 
Buffalo Foundry & Machine Company. (See Sleeper, 

Oliver S.. assignor.) 
Buffalo Refractory Corporation. (See Ohman, John L. 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Scale Company. (See Devitt, George C, as 

signer.) 
Buffalo Truck & Tractor Corporation, 1'he. ;See Ovpr- 

smith, Elmer H., assignor.) 
Buftnrd. Charles F.. Paris, France. Recuperation cell 

1.486,726 : M.TT. 11. 
Buffard. Charles F.. Paris. France. System for tying 

skeins of beads. 1.513.309 ; Oct. 28. 
Buffington, Lew E.. Crawfordsville, Ind. Bread making. 

1,500,545 ; July S. 
Buffnrd, George W.. Buffalo, assignor to J. H. Williams * 

Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pipe vise. 1.480,881 ; Jan. 15. 
Buffum. Frederick D.. Pitt.sburgh, Pa. Mining coal. 

1.408.506; June 17. 
Bugatti. Ettore. Molsheim. Alsace, France. Adjustable 

articulated operating mechanisni for clutches, brakes, 

and other devices. 1.479.366; Jan. 1. 
Bugatti. Ettore. Molsheim. I'rance. Starting dynamo for 

motor vehicles. 1.485,366; Mar. 4. 
Bugatti. Etiore, Molsheim. France. Turning tool for tur- 
ret and automatic lathes and the like. 1,504,092 ; 

Aug. 5. 



UNITED STATI5S PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



89 



Charlottenburg, and H. Voigt, assignors 
Halske, Aktieiigesellschaft, Siemensstadt, 
Germany. Time recorder. 1,505,582 ; 



Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Resilient-shaft-bear- 
ing-retaining device. 1,510,303 : Sept. 30. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, Ind. Pencil and mak- 
ing the same. 1,502,763 ; July 29. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, Ind. Pencil and making 
the same. 1,504,209 ; Aug. 12. 

Bugbee, Lucian VV., assignor to Franklin Optical Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Making fused bifocal lenses. 
1,483,509 ; Feb. 12. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Franklin Optical Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Achromatic bifocal lens made 
of two pieces of glass. 1,483,510 ; Feb. 12. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Making toric lenses. 
1,483,866; Feb. 19. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Franklin Optical Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Making fused bifocal lenses. 
1,485,589 ; Mar. 4. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Making a bifocal lens \vith 
merged surfaces. 1,487.715 ; Mar. 25. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Amer- 
ican Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Lens-sur- 
face-correcting device. 1,490,156 ; Apr. 15. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Making multifocal 
lenses. 1,506,733 ; Sept. 2. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Franklin Optical Com- 

§any, Indianapolis, Ind. Fused bifocal lens. 1,509,636 ; 
ept. 23. 
Bugbee & Niles Company. (See King, Rufus, assignor.) 
Bugs, Nannie S., Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Pan lifter. 

1,514,309 ; Nov. 4. 
Bugg, Owen T., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 

American Production Company, Beacon, N. Y. Snow 

converter. 1,517,949 : Dec. 2. 
Bugge, Peter A., Seattle, Wash. Saw set. 1,482,780; 

Feb. 5. 
Biigler, Richard, 

to Siemens & 

near Berlin, 

Aug. 19. 
Buhl, Carl H., and P. Gilbert, assignors to The National 

Electric Water Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Electric heater. 1,513.087 ; Oct. 28. 
Biihler, Adolf, Sonnenhugel, assignor to the Firm Gebru- 

der Biihler, Uzwil, Switzerland. Cylinder mill. 

1.480. 89;^ : Jan. 15. 
Biihler Brothers. (See Iff, Werner, assignor.) 
Biihler. Georg. (See Burghart, K., and Biihler.) 
Buhmann, Charles H. tSee Eberhart, F., Fleischer, and 

Buhmann.) 
Buhr, Jacob, assignor to C. Woodward, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Conduit baseboard. 1,488,090; Mar. 25. 
Buhse, Maximilian E. and W. W., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Ice-cream-cone-coating device. 1,499,149 ; June 24. 
Buhse, Walter W. (See Buhse, Maximilian E. and W. W.) 
Builders Iron Foundry. (See Connet, Frederick N., as- 
signor.) 
Buisson, Eug&ne, assignor to Societe Anonyme Francaise 

du Ferodo, Paris, France. Adjustment of jaw brakes. 

1,493,803 ; May 13. 
Buisson, Louis P., New York, N. 

1,521,427; Dec. 30. 
Bujack, Herman C, Chicago, III. 

meclianism. 1,494,948; May 20. 
Bulask, Francis .T., assignor to The Pictures Development 

Co., Toledo, Ohio. Disk printing. 1,506,361 ; Aug. 26. 
Bulasky, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sewing machine. 

1,494.887 ; .May 20. 
Bulbick, Albert. Eastleigh, England. Railway brake ap- 
paratus. 1,505,540; Aug. 19. 
Bulgarides, Charles K.. Tncoma, Wash. Armor or pro- 
tector for pneumatic tires. 1,505,859 ; Aug. 19. 
Bulger, .loseph U., Lo.sl Angeles, Calif. Drop ladder. 

1,482,883 ; Feb._5. 

assignor to Middle West Mfg. Co., 
Snow shovel. 1,517,341 ; Dec. 2. 
Reading, Minn. Chicken percli. 

1,491,669 ; Apr. 22. 
Bulkelcy, Claude A., assignor to E. I. du Pont do 

Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Apparatus 

for the production of powdered material. 1,408,318; 

June 17. 
Bulkley, Paul G., Azusa, Calif. Orchard heater. 

1,512(^70 ; Oct. 21. 
Bull, Arthur A., assi.gnor to General Motors Corporation, 

Detroit, Mich. Motor-oiling system. 1,497,009 ; 

June 10. 
Bull, Arthur A., assignor to General Motors Corporation, 

Detroit, Mich. Mold for casting clutch and transmis- 
sion gearing casings. 1.505.538 ; Aug. 19. 
Bull, Chniles IT., et al. (See Claire, Louis V.. assignoi-.) 
Bull, Edward E., Calvin, assignor of one-half to C. A. 

Smiili. Artcmus, Ky. Steel card holder. 1,512,453; 

Oct. 21. 
Bull, Frodrik R., Christiania, Norway. Automatic reg- 
istering machine for statistical and similar purposes. 

3.514.503; Nov. 4. 
Bull, George E.. Monessen, assignor to Pittsburgh Steel 

Company, Pittsburgli, Pa. Machine for making wire 

fabric. 1,485,827 ; Mar. 4. 



Y. Cuff button. 
Window-operating 



Bulger, Michael B., 

Beaver Dam, Wis. 
Buliclv. William J. 



Bull, George E., Monessen, assignor to Pittsburgh Steel 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Crimping machine. 
1.513,032; Oct. 28. 

Bull, George F., Birmingham, England. Case or con- 
tainer for tobacco cartridges. 1.488,091 ; Mar. 25. 

Bull, George F., assignor one-half to Charles H. Pugh 
Limited, Birmingham, England. Grass-edge trimmer or 
cutter. 1,508,505 ; Sept. 16. 

Bull, George F., assignor of one-half to Charles H. 
Pugh Limited, Birmingham, England. Adjusting shaft. 
1.521,428 ; Dec. 30. 

Bull, George F., and E. W. Starkey ; said Starkey as- 
signor to Charles H. Pugh Limited, Birmingham, Eng- 
land. Carburetor for internal-combustion engines. 
1,497,480; June 10. 

Bull, Henrik, assignor to A/S De Norske Saltverker, Ber- 
gen, Norway. Production of magnesium chloride. 
1,498,833; June 24. 

Bull, William R., Springfield, Mass. Guide. 1,483,867 ; 
Feb. 19. 

Bull, Vt'iiUam R., Springfield, Mas.s. Flash hider. 
1,487,312 ; Mar. 18. 

Bulla, Daniel K., Sophia, N. C. Pocket sputum-cup 
holdpr. 1.518.302 ; Dec. 9. 

Bullard, Albert M. (See McQuarrie, J. L., and Bnllard.) 

Bullard, Edwin E., Fresno, Calif. Traffic-movement indi- 
cator for vehicles. 1.502,370 ; July 22. 

Bullard, Edwin W., Whitnevville, Conn. Liquid dis- 
penser. 1,513,485 ; Oct. 28. 

Bullard. Frederick H. (See Bell, S. J., Bullard, and 
Cosgrove.) 

Bullard Macliino Tool Company, The. (See Kolb, George 
P., assignor.) 

Bullard Machine Tool Co., The. (See Kolb, G. F., and 
Lucas, assignors.) 

Bullard, Minnie A., Waverley, Mass. Support. 1,480,930 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Bull->r. Jacob W., Hillsboro, Kans. Tractor guide. 
1,499,289 ; .Tune 24. 

Bullet Proof & Non Shatterable Glass Corporation. (See 
Ross, James T., assignor.) 

Bulley, Reginald H.. Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for 
treating metals. 1,481,828; Jan. 29. 

Bullinger, Frederic H., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Ward 
Leonard Electric Company. Dynamo regulator. 
1,513,892; Nov. 4. 

Bullington. Frank A., Kansas City, Mo. Rotary internal- 
combustion engine. 1.482.627 ; Feb. 5. 

Bullington, Frank A., Portland, Oreg. Rotary engine. 

1.482.628 ; Feb. 5. 

Bullington, Frank A., Portland, Oreg. Rotary engine. 

1.482.629 ; Feb. 5. 

Bullington. Frank A., Portland, Oreg., assignor to Bulling- 
ton Motors, Kansas City, Mo. Rotary engine. 1,485.591 ; 

Mar. 4. 
Bullington, Frank A., assignor to Bullington Motors, 

Kansas Citv, Mo. Internal - combustion engine. 

1,497,481 ; June 10. 
Bullington Motors. (See Bullington. Frank A., assignor.) 
Bullis. John R., Winston-Salem, N. C. Clamp for tie wires. 

1,483,213 ; Feb. 12. 
Bullnck. Arthur R., Elmwood, Nebr. Hatching device. 

1.517,950 ; Dec. 2. 
Bullock, Charles A. H., London, England. Tvpe-setting 

apparatus. 1,494,215 ; May 13. 
Bullock, Charles A. H., London, England. Printing 

press. 1.514,427 ; Nov. 4. 
Bullock, Charles F., assignor to Sprout, Waldron & Co., 

Muncy, Pa. Vertical mixing apparatus or machine. 

1.496,807; June 10. 
Bullock, Henry E. (See Rorabeck, Claude, assignor.) 
Bullock, Raymond G.. Baltimore, Md. Single-unit knock- 
down section. 1.508,917; Sept. 16. 
Bullock. R.'iyniond G., Baltimore, Md. Roller suspension, 

1.518,687 : Dkc. n. 
Bullock. Walter H., assignor of forty-nine per cent to 

F. W. Procter. New York. N. Y. Radio receiving 

.'jvstcm, 1.506.046: Aug. 26. 
Bullock. Wilti.im J., Ayden, N. C. Filing blank and tab. 

1,490,708; Apr. 15. 
Bullwinkel. Edward J. (See Shaw. Louis E., assignor.) 
Bulman, Elvali O., Grand Rapids, Mich. Latch construc- 
tion. 1.4S7,31.S : Mar. TS. 
Bulman, William V.. Philadelphia. Pa. Support for wall 

closets, etc. 1,507,331; Sept, 2, 
Bultman, Charles E., deceased, Chicago. 111. ; I. M. lUilt- 

- man. executrix. Container. 1,520.118: Dec. 23. 
P.tillm'nn. Idii M.. executrix. (See Bultman, Charles E.) 
Bumbangh, Albert A., Warsaw, Ind. Fence. 1,495,379 ; 

May 27. 
Bumbaugh. Ralph R.. and C. W. Stone, Los Angeles, 

Calif. ^ Muffler. 1,519.527: Dec. 16. 
Bumgardnor. Ward L.. and E. II. Hall, Columbus, Ohio. 

Dental bridge anchor. 1.514.891 ; Nov. 11. 
Bumiller, Henry O., New York, N, Y, Badge. Des. 

65,898: Nov." 4. 
Bump, Edward D. (See Peters, C. H., and Bump.) 
Bump, (Jeorge P.. La Crosse, Wis, Pencil holder, 

1,480,924 : Apr. 8. 
Bump. John D., Cameron, N. Y. Poultry fountain. 

1,481.68.'? ; Jan. 22. 
Bump, Wilson A., Pittsfield, Mass. Claw bar. 1,515,009: 

Nov. 11. 



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INDEX OF PATIENTS ISSUED FROJI THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bumpus, Wayne E., Charleston, W. Va. Packing setter. 
1,512,818; Oct. 21. 

Bumsti'ad, Albeit W., assignor of one-lialf to H. F. 
Fischer, Xew Britain, Conn. Demountable rim. 
1,51S,047 ; Dec. 2. 

Bunce, Albert L. (See Harris, Frederick H., assignor.) 

Buncher, John H. (See Wright, Roland T., assignor.) 

Bundv. Goorge T., jr.. Far Rockaway, N. Y. Window- 
shade adjuster. 1.499,340; July 1. 

Bundv, Ilarrv W., Detroit, Midi. Upset-tube fittins. 
1.484,295 ; Feb. 19. 

Bundv, IXarrv W., Detroit, Mich. Tubing. 1,4SS,5S5 ; 
Apr. 1. 

Bundv. Harry W., Detroit. Mich. Tinning machine. 
1.505,994. Aui-'. 26. 

Bundy, Harry W., Detroit, Mich. Tube and method of 
making tubes. 1.506,971 ; Sept. 2. 

Bungay, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, hy mesne 
assignments, to Aluminum Die-Casting Corporation, 
Garwood, N. J. Die for pressure casting. 1,516,667 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Bunger, August, Hoboken, N. J. Printing-press foot or 
sucker. 1,495,881 ; Mav 27. 

Bunker, F. G., et al. (See Ellis, Nat H., assignor.) 

Bunker, Frank P.. North Manchester, Ind. Mold. 
1,512,905 ; Oct. 28. 

Bunker, Frank S., Spokane, Wash. Auto jack. 
1,513,217; Oct. 28. 

Hunker, John W.. and A. M. Boney, assignors to Service 
Bas Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Laminated structure. 
1.482.908 : Feb. 5. 

Bunker, John W., and A. M. Boney, assignors to Service 
Bus Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Bag or envelope. 
1,507.156; Sept. 2. 

P.una. Oniee F.. Bristol, Tenn. Trap. 1,500,050; July 1. 

Bunns, Julius, Maiden, Mass. Boot or shoe. 1,502,087 ; 
July 22. 

Bunten, Alplieus C, Council BluflEs, Iowa, assignor of 
one-half to M. B. Harding, Omaha, Nebr. Adjustable 
bushing. 1,487,534 ; Mar. IS. 

Bunten, Claude L., Rawlins, Wyo. Tov pistol. 1,484,930; 
Feb. 26. 

Bunting Brass & Bronze Company, The. (See Donald- 
son. Augustus F., assignor.) 

Bunting, .tames H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susquehanna 
Silk Mills. New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. Des. 
63,932 ; Feb. 12. 

Bunting. J;inies H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills, New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. 
Des. 64.341 ; Apr. 1. 

Bunting, James 11., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills, New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. 
Des. 64,581 ; May 6. 

Bunting. James H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Naday & 
Fleischer, Inc., New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. Des. 
64.582 ; Mav 6 

Bnntiiitr, J:iines 11.. Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills, New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. 
Des. 64.716: May 27. 

Bunting, James II., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills, New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. 
Des. 64,717 ; Mav 27, 

Bunting, Jnraes H., Clifton. N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills, New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. 
Des. 64,718; Ma.v. 27. 

Buntin;.', J.imes H., Clifton. N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. 
Des. 64.719 : May 27. 

Bunting, James 11., Clifton. N. J., assignor to Nadav & 
Fleischer. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Textile fabric. Des. 
64.720: May 27. 

Bunting, James II.. Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
lianna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 66,067 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Bunting, James IT.. Clifton. N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 66,068 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Bunting, James H.. Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 66,069 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Bunting. James IT., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
h.Ttinh SUk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 66.177; Dec. 9. 

Bunting. Norman E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Feeding mechanism for 
potato planters. 1,.501,941 ; July 22. 

Bunting. Reiner D.. Columbus, Nebr.. assignor to F. S. 
Davis, ^y. D. F-ggert, C. E. Devlin, and F. A. Olcott. 
Combination fender brace and bumper. 1.519.356 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Burhnnk, Edwanl ,\., Boston, Mass. Display rack, 
1,509.125; Sept. 23. 

Burl):nik, Ralpli N., Somerset. Mass. Antisagging adjunct 
for flexible lieds. 1.488.092: Mnr, 25. 

Burch, Alfred T., Berkeley, Calif. Waffle iron. 1,493,444; 
Mav 6. 

Burcli. Frederick R., Seattle, Wasli. Windmill. 
1.516.668 : Nov. 25. 

Biirch. Frederick W., Pueblo, Colo, Tire rack, 1,519.720; 
Dec. 10. 

Burch. George B.. New York. N. Y.. assignor to L. Steven* 
Glen Ridge. N. J, Phonograph. 1.506,160; Aug, 2i; 



Burch, Lawrence A., Jamestown, N. Y. Chuck. 
1,499,639 ; July 1. 

Burch. Lawrence A., Jamestown, N. Y. Tool handle. 
1.517,399 ; Dtc 2. 

Burch Plow Works Company, The. (See Latture, James 
L., assignor.) 

Burchell. Theophilus T.. Akron, Ohio, .\utomatic hose 
coupling. 1.4.'ifi.279 : Mar. 11. 

Burchell, Theophilus T., Manchester, Ky. Transmission- 
gear mechanism, 1,504,936 ; Aug. 12. 

Burchenal, Charles D., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
operating on filtrable materials. 1.488,862 ; Apr. 1. 

Burchett, Walter J., East Orange, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Simplex Utilities Corporation. 
Carburetor control. 1,515,830 : Nov. 18. 

Burd High Compression Ring Company. (See Higgins, 
George H., assignor.) 

Burden, James K., Worcester, Mass. Centering device. 
1,493,465 ; May 13. 

Burdett. John B., Glencoe, III. Welding torch. 1,481.5:;5 : 
Jan. 22. 

Burdett, John B., Highland Park, 111, Pressure regula- 
tor, 1,503,473 ; Aug. 5. 

Burdett, John B., Highland Park, assignor to Burdett 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Pressure regu- 
lating and indicating attachment for fluid distribution. 
1.491,192; Apr. 22. 

Burdett, John B., Highland Park, 111., assignor to Burdett 
Manufacturing Company. Pressure regulator for fluid 
distribution. 1,491,193 ; Apr. 22. 

Burdett Manufacturing Company. (See Burdett, John 
B., assignor.) 

Buidette, Robert T., Chicago, 111. Metal railway tie. 
1.518,387 ; Dec. 9. 

Burdick Cabinet Co. (See Anderson, Fritz A., assignor.) 

Burdick. CliMries 1... London. Fn^'land. Coin counting 
and packeting machine. 1,484.870 ; Feb. 26. 

Burdick, Charles L., London, England. Wage-paying ma- 
chine. 1,513,486 ; Oct. 28. 

Burdick, Charles L., assignor to Chile Exploration Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Electrode. 1,510.541 ; Oct. 7. 

Burdick, Charles L., assignor to Guggenheim Brothers, 
New York, N. Y. Method and process for the leach- 
ing of caliche and lor the recovery of nitrate there- 
from, 1,517,046: Nov. 25. 

Burdick, Earl S., Milwaukie, Oreg. Radial lock. 1,505,622 ; 
Aug. 19. 

I'lUrdick, Ephraim, Madison, assignor of one-half to U. 
A. Eato. Cleveland, Ohio. Vegetable-topping machine. 
1,489,001 ; Apr. 1. 

Uurdick, Reginald H., Flushing, N. Y. Making gas. 
1,495,776 ; May 27. 

Burdon, Matthew M. (See Burdon, \V, M. and M. M.i 

Burdon, Willinni M. and M. M., assignors io 
Burdons Limited, Bellshill. Lanarkshire, Scotland. 
Fluid-fuel burner. 1,500.103; July S. 

Burdons Limited. (See Burdon, W. M. and M. M., as- 
signors.) 

Buren, James A,. Tacoma, Wash. Tobacco can. 
1,487,535 : Mar. 18. 

Buresch, William W., Baltimore, Md. Bottle-capping ma 
chine. 1,480,369 ; .Tan. 8. 

Burfeind. Raymond IL, Chica.go, 111,, assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Conipany, Noiigrounded or metallic 
line-circuit ,system. l{el5,S17; .\pr. 15. 

r.urford. Robert A., jr., Birmingham, Ala. Refrigerating 
system. 1,482.730 ; Feb. 5. 

Burg, Hubert. Mollkirch, France. Transportable type- 
wriler. 1.497,482; June 10. 

Barnard. Joseph A., Oakland, Calif, Signal device. 
1.507.72.S : Sept. 9. 

Burgdorf. Frederick. Elyria. Ohio. Slicing or grating 
machine. 1.506.972 ; Sept. 2. 

Burger. Ben E.. Placerville. Calif. Double-compartment 
toilet bowl or water-closet. 1,519,112 ; Dec. 10. 

Burger & Chapman. (See Chapman. Earle E., assignor.) 

Burger, Clarence W.. Washington. D. C. Contact drum 
and making the same. 1.489,657 : Apr. 8. 

Burger, ('larence W,, \Vasliin;;ton. D. C. Rotary circuit- 
controlling device. 1.500.603; July 8. 

Purser. Clarence W.. Washington, I). C. Detonating toy. 
1.511,718 ; Oct. 14. 

Burger, I'rederick W. (See Stockfleth. B., and Burger.) 

Burger, Frederick W., Riverside, and B. Stockfleth. Chl- 
caco. 111. Bearing and making same. 1,^92,119; 
Apr. 29. 

Burger, Joseph P., Cleveland, Ohio. Electric heating cle- 
ment. 1,401,194; Apr. 22. 

Burster. Pliiliiip, Berlin, Germany. Galvanic cell. 
1,494,059; May 13, 

Burger. Reinhold. Berlin, Germany. Vacuum-jacketed 
vessel. 1,517,047; Nov. 25. 

Burger. William D. (See Pittnian, Mordaunt E.. as- 
signor.) 

Burgeson. Charles F,, Minneapolis, Minn,, assignor to 
General Eleclric Companv. Electric control system. 
1.505.583: Aus. 19. 

Bnrsess. Bcninmin. Danville, 111. Fruit gatherer. 
1.482,346: .Tan. 29. 

Burgess. C, F., Laboratories. (See Weiss, Howard F., 
assignor. ) 



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Burgess, Edward \V., Milwaukee, Wis. interlocking- tile 
slab. ].4.K,5.0(JS : Feb, li6. 

Burgess, Edward W., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Maehine for pickling metal plates 
and blanks. 1,491,195; Apr. 22. 

Burgess, Frank, Quincj', Mass. Gear-cutting machine. 
1,514,051 ; Nov. 11. 

Burgess, Frederick T., London, England. Piston for 
fluid-pressure engines. 1,510,760 ; Oct. 7. 

Burgess, Frederick T., assignor of one-halt to Bentley 
Motors Limited, London, England. Compensating "mech- 
anism for vehicle brakes. l,511,o94 ; Oct. 14. 

Burgess, George L., Goodland, Ind. Bill file. 1,514,892; 

. Nov. 11. 

Burgess, Louis, Westfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to himself and M. Barnett. Reduction of 
oxides. 1,512,271 ; Oct. 21. 

Burgess, Robert, Newton Center, assignor of one-half to 
J. H. .Jones, Winthrop, Mass. Bobbin. 1,504,809 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Burgess, liobert, Newton Center, assignor of one-half to 
J. I-I. Jones, Winthrop, Mass. Stop motion for spin- 
ning frames. 1,515,141; Nov. 11. 

Burgess, Robert, Newton Center, assignor of one-half to 
J. II. Jones, Winthrop, Mass. Cap-spinning frame. 
1,519,663 ; Dec. 16. 

Burgess, Samuel P., Rock Island, 111. Register. Des. 
66,178 ; Dec. 9. 

Burgess, Thomas, assignor of one-half to J. B. Crum, 
Vandalia, Mo. Brace for automobile fenders. 
1.486,948 ; Mar. IS. 

Burgess, Thomas F., Scarsdale, N. Y. Garment hanger. 
1,509,416 ; Sept. 23. 

Burgess, Thomas W., Providence, R. I. Roller shade and 
curtain fixture. 1,509,470 ; Sept. 23. 

Burgett, Lvnn S., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for unit- 
ing metals. 1,511,189 ; Oct. 7. 

Burghart, Karl, and G. Biihler, Vienna, Austria. Self- 
regulating electric striking mechanism for clocks. 
1.513.487"; Oct. 28. 

Burghart, Lloyd M., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Alcoholysis. 1,491,076 ; Apr. 22. 

Burghart, Thomas N., Philadelphia, I'a. Automobile lock. 
1,513,218; Oct. 28. 

Burgher, Albert M., Dayton, Ohio. Starting device for 
automobiles. 1,492,918 ; May 6. 

Burgin, Welby E., Campbellsville, Ky. Automobile wheel- 
aligning device. 1,511,943 ; Oct. 14. 

Burgomy, John R., administrator. (See I'arker, Jos- 
eph F.) 

Burgos, Juan A. X., Malolos, Bulacan, Philippine Islands 
Liquid-fuel burner. 1,479,892 ; Jan. 8. 

Burgoyne Liglit & Signal Corporation. (See Olsson, 
Zacbarias, assignor.) 

Burhans, Paul B., Sanford, Fla. Spark plug. 1,509,471 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Burliorn, Edwin, Hoboken, N. J. Water-cooling appara- 
tus. 1,490,254 ; Apr. 15. 

Burliorn, Edwin, Hoboken, N. J. Water-cooling spray 
nozzle. 1,520.929 ; Dec. 30. 

Burlan, Eugen, Hloliovec, Czechoslovakia, assignor to 
NaanTlooze Vennootschap Koninklijke Stearine Kaar- 
senfabriek " Gouda," Gouda, Netherlands. Manufac- 
ture of candles, tapers, and the like and to an appa- 
ratus for carrying out such process. 1,514,196 ; Nov. 4. 

Burk, Fred H., Waterloo, lovi'a. Cabinet folding iron- 
ing board. 1,488,735; Apr. 1. 

Burk, Frederick W. (See Bucher, W. M.. and Burk.) 

Burk, William D., assignor of one-half to J. Sass, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Toilet seat. 1,484,059; Feb. 19. 

Burk, William H., Tampa, Fla. Lock. 1,494,098 ; 
May 13. 

Burkart, Frank A., Cleveland, Ohio. Door. 1,489,737; 
Apr. 8. 

Burkart, Nicholas, Los Angeles, Calif. Bath brush and 
holder. 1,519,721 ; Dec. 16. 

Burke, 'Charles R., assignor to L. P. Burke, Tulsn, Okln. 
Method and apparatus for refining hydrocarbons. 
1,487,438 ; Mar. 18. 

Burke, Charles R., Tulsa, Okla., and T. P. Hintze. Ar- 
rowchar, N. Y. ; said Burke assignor of his right to 
L. P. Burke, Tulsa, Okla. Process and apparatus for 
making oil gas. 1,520.804 ; Dec. 30. 

Burke, (ilaton E., assignor to B. B. Specialty Company, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Mop pail. 1,492,240; Apr. 29. 

Burke, Edgar W., Monument, Kans. Banana rack. 
1.505,5.39; Aug. 19. 

Burke Electric Company. (See Burke, James, assignor.) 

Burke, George F. C, Fairhaven, Mass. Smoking stand. 
Des. 64,493 ; Apr. 22. 

Burke, George W., .ir., Dayton, Oliio. Crashproof fire 
wall. 1,514,428; Nov. 4. 

Burke, George W., .ir., and E. Brown, Dayton, Ohio. Pros- 
sure valve. 1,485,828; Mar. 4. 

Burke, Henry P., and II. M. Vetterlein, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Shutter or door. 1,492,420; Apr. 29. 

Burke, James, Erie, Pa., assignor to Burke Electric Com- 
pany. Dynamo-electric m.-ichine. 1,501,878; July 15. 

Burke, Jamos W., Eccles, W. Va. Mine-car coupler. 
1.511,103 ; Oct. 7. 

Burke, John A. (See Renftle, George F., assignor.) 

Burke, Joseph F. (See Murray, C. W., and Burke.) 
Burke, Louise P. (See Burke, Charles R., assignor.) 



Burke, Louise 1'. (See Burke, C. R., and Hintze, as- 
signors.) 

Burke, Osbert S., assignor to Federal Electric Company, 
Chicago, 111. Siren-control system. 1,490,313; Apr. 15. 

Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Company, 
Green Bay, Wis. Excavating shovel. 1,496,976 ; 
June 10. 

Burke, Paul, a.ssignor to Northwest Enginering Company, 
Green Bay, Wis. Excavator. 1,503,813 ; Aug. 5. 

Burke, Thomas R., Washington, D. C. Valve shield. 
1,480,852 ; Jan. 15. 

Burke, Ullck M., Portland, Oreg. Tire. Des. 65,430; 
Aug. 19. 

Burkel, Mathew .1., Aurora, assignor of one-fourth to 
C. E. Mehlhope, Chicago, 111. Pneumatic drill. 
1,500,405 ; Aug. 26. 

Burkel, Mathew J., and L. P. Fosnot, Aurora, 111. Valve- 
spring-lifting device. 1,517.809 ; Dec. 2. 

Burkett, Ernest L., Greensborough, assignor of one-half 
to S. Joseph, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Sliding 
sash window. 1,509.707 ; Sept. 23. 

Burkey, Henry T.. Tulsa, Okla. Electric fish stop. 
1,515,547 ; Nov. 11. 

Burkhardt, Charles J., Hazleton, Pa. Pump system. 
1,488,449 ; Mar. 25. 

Bui'khardt, Frederick C, assignor to The Crosby Com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. Axle housing. 1,516,148 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Burkhardt, John. (See Foster, H. J., and Burkhardt.) 

Burkhardt, John. (See Joleen, N., and Burkhardt.) 

Burkhardt, Paul, assignor to The Union Steel Products 
Company, Ltd., Albion, Mich. Receptacle. 1,512,976 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Burkhart, Henry A., Fitzgerald, Ga. Trap. 1,519,113 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Burkholder, Grover F., Newark, Ohio. Cement-block 
mold. 1,506.475; Aug. 26. 

Burkholder, Lutie V., Los Angeles, Calif. Laced box. 
1,495,669 ; May 27. 

Burkit, Benjamin F., Walton, Ind. ■ Corn planter. 
1,510,036 ; Sept. 30. 

Burkley, Clem J., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Marking articles of manu- 
facture. 1,496,753; June 3. 

Burklin, William, St. Louis, Mo. Curved-plate trimmer. 
1.515,726; Nov. 18. 

Burks, Arthur W., assignor to Decatur Pump & Manufac- 
turing Company, Decatur, 111. Pump. 1,518,134 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Burks, Leo F. (See May, James W., assignor.) 

Burley, Harry B., Brookline, Mass., assignor to Boston 
Insulated Wire and Cable Company. Manufacture of 
electric wires. 1,500,546 ; July 8. 

Burlin, Leslie II., Chicago, 111. Bracket for lamp and 
like stands. Des. 65,393 ; Aug. 12. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago,* 111. Brace member for fur- 
niture or similar articles. Des. 65,556 ; Sept. 9. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, 111. Base for a pedestal or 
similar article. Des. 65,557 ; Sept. 9. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, 111. Top for a pedestal or 
similar article. Des. 65,558 : Sept. 9. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, 111. Base for a lamp pedes- 
tal or similar article. Des. 65,559 ; Sept. 9. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, 111. Bracket for lamp and 
like stands. Des. 65,560 ; Sept. 9. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, 111. Pedestal or similar ar- 
ticle. Des. 65,561 ; Sept. 9. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, 111. Bracket for lamp and 
like stands. Des. 66,222 ; Dec. 16. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, assignor to Chicago Hardware 
Foundry Company, North Chicago, 111. Frame for a 
mirror or similar article. Hes. 64,390; Apr. 8. 

Burlin,. Leslie H., Chica.go, assi.gnor to Chicago Hardware 
Foundry Company, North Chicago, 111. Base member 
for a table or similar article. Des. 64,721 ; May 27. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, assignor to Chicago Hardware 
Foundry Company. North Chicago, III. Base member 
for a table or similar article. Des. 04,722 ; May 27. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, assignor to Chicago Hardware 
Foundry Company, North Chicago, 111. Connecting 
bracket for a table or similar article. Des. 04,723 ; 
May 27. 

Burlin, Leslie IL, Chicago, assignor to Chicago Hardware 
Foundr.v Company, Nortn Chicago. 111. Counectin.g 
brace for a table or similar article. Des. 64,724 ; 
May 27. 

Burlin, Leslie II,, Chicago, assignor to Chicago Hardware 
Foundry Company. North Chicago, III, Leg member 
for a table or similar article. Des. 04,725; May 27. 

Burlin. Leslie 11,, Chicago, assi.guor to Chicago Hardware 
Foundry Companv, North Chicago, 111. Brace for chair 
legs. Des, 04.726 ; May 27. 

Burlin., Ijeslie II,, Chicago, assignor to Chica.go Hardware 
Foundry Company. North Chicago. 111. Back for a 
chair or similar article. Des. 04.727: May 27. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Chicago, 111. Wood-turning machine. 
1.499,802 : July 1. 

Burlin, licslie II., assignor to Chicago Hardware Foundry 
Company, Chicago, 111. Floor fastening for pedestals. 
1,496,206; June 3. 

Burlingame. Fred E., I'awtuckel, R. I., assignor to Attle- 
boro Braiding Co., South Attleboro, Mass. Lacing tip. 
1,517,342 ; Dec. 2. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Burlingtou Blanket Company. (See Waguer, William H., 
assignor.) 

Burlock-Walfoid Co. (See Chapman, Frank F. B., as- 
signor. ) 

Burmah Oil Comj)any Limited, The. (See Allan, H. L., 
and Moore, assignors.) 

Burman, Olof S., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Wol- 
verine ISrass Works, Grand Kapids, Mich. Double 
swinging faucet nozzle. 1,510,761 ; Oct. 7. 

Burmuster, Ellis K.. Milwaukee, Wis. Connecting rod. 
1.514,652; Nov. 11. 

Burmeister. William T., Lakewood, Ohio. Clamping de- 
vice. 1,519,114 ; Dec. 16. 

Burmester, William, Pender, Nebr. Animal catcher. 
1,514,429 ; Nov. 4. 

Burn, .Tolin F. (See Lancaster, John S., assignor.) 

Burnall Corporation of Canada, The. (See Cornwall, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

Burnam, Allen, assignor of one-half to C. M. Hocker, 
San Antonio, Tex. Air pump. 1,484,549 ; Feb. 19. 

Burnam, James F., Huntsville, Ala. Fender brace. 
1,489,062; Apr. 1. 

Burnand, John, Teddingtou. England. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1,517,191 ; Nov. 25. 

Burner, Amos A., assignor of one-third to (Mrs.) E. Gos- 
nell and one-third to H. A. Foster, L^s Angeles, Calif. 
Adjustable flatiron holder. 1,489,925 ; Apr. 8. 

Burnet, Alexander, London, England. Hair net or cap. 
1,512,272 ; Oct. 21. 

Burnett, Albert T., Los Angeles, Calif. Candy-running im- 
plement. 1,485,367 ; Mar. 4. 

Burnett, Alexander S., Reddish, near Stockport, and T. 
Collins. Levenshulme. England. Embossing and like 
machine or press. 1,481,536 ; Jan. 22. 

Burnett, Alexander S., Reddish, and T. Collins, assignors 
of one-half to Francis Shaw and Compiiny, Limited, 
Manchester. England. Clutch-controlled gearing. 
1,501,199 ; July 15. 

Burni tt, Alfred E.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Gymnasium appa- 
ratus. 1,517,147 ; Nov. 25. 

Burnett, Blanche M., Highland Park, Mich. Incense 
burner. Des. 65.725 : Oct. 7. 

Burnett, Blaneiie M.. Highland Park, Mich. Book end. 
Des. 66.109 ; Dec. 2. 

Burnett, David E., and A. J. Kemmel, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Pocket match pouch. 1,457,441 ; Mar. 18. 
Burnett, Georije T., Zeigler, 111. Bathhouse shoe. 

1.486.630; Mar. 11. 
Burnett, Ira A., Chicago, 111. Dental amalgam or alloy 

mixer. 1,489,024 : Apr. 1. 
Burnett, Ira A., Chicago, 111. Dental mandrel. 1,505,309 ; 

Aug. 19. 
Burnett, Jabe B. (See Herrmann, P. W., and Burnett.) 
Burnett, Joseph A., Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Incinera- 
tor furnace. 1,508,918; Sept. 16. 
Burnett. Richard W., Chicago, 111. Car roof. 1,517,531 ; 

Dec. 2. 
Burnett. William J., Thoma.sville, Ga. Plow. 1,504,9:57 ; 

Aug. 12. 
Burnev, Frank, jr., Thomasville, Ga. Artificial arm. 

1,501,308 ; July 15. 
Bnrnham, Chester W., Oneida, N. T. Calendar. 1,495,158 ; 

May 27. 
Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, jr., 

Brookline, Mass. Electrical distribution system. 

1.481.780 ; Jan. 22. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, 
Brookline, Slass. High-potential electric switch. 

1.481.781 ; Jan. 22. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, jr., 
Brookline Mass. Electric switch. 1,483.839 ; Feb. 12. 

Burnham, George A.. Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit. 
Brookline, Mass. Electric switch. 1,483,840 ; Feb. 12. 

Biirnhara, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, jr.. 
Brookline, Mass. Electric switch. 1,487,087 ; Mar. 18. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, jr., 
Brookline, Mass. Time-limit device. 1,487,439 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Burnham. George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, 
Brookline, Mass. Electric switch. 1,498,507 ; 

June 17. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Electric switch. 1,502.640; July 22. 

r.urnhani, George A.. Saugus, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Com- 
pnnv. Electric switch. 1,503.022; July 29. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
as.signments, to Condit Electrical Jlanufacturing Com- 
pany. Electric switch. 1.512,083 ; Oct. 21. 

Burnham, George B.. Bornsolvay, Calif. Recovering va- 
rious salts from s.i'iiie liquors. 1,487.046: Mar. 18. 

Burnham. Leland F., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to R. D. 
Nutlall Company. Trolley base. 1,504.602 : Aug. 12. 

Burnham, Locke 11., I'itlsCield. Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Coinpaiiv. Winding for electrical apparatus. 
1.503,977; Aug. 5. 

Burnliam. Locke H., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Elect ric Company. Casing for electrical apparatus. 
I,.n03.n78; Aug. 5. 

Burnheimer, Aaron .T.. Kimmel, Ind. Onion weeder. 
1.504,038; Aug. 12. 



Burno, Joseph N., Chicago, 111. Dispensing apparatus. 
1.520,560; Dec. 23. 

Burno, Joseph N., Chicago, 111., assignor to Budde & 
Westermann. Coin-controlled apparatus. 1,500,230 ; 
July 8. 

Burnon, Will D., assignor of one-half to R. P. Carter, 
Spencer, N. C. Car-registering device. 1,481,954 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Burnot Fireproofing Products, Inc., The. (See Hopkins, 
Nevil M., assignor.) 

Burns, Bruci', Alliambra, Calif. Air-cushion shock ab- 
sorber. 1,479,282 ; Jan. 1. 

Burns, Edward P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Beaton & Cadwell Manufacturing Company, New 
Britain. Conn. Flush valve. 1.521.354 ; Dec. "30. 

Burns, Edward P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Beaton & Cadwell Manufacturing Company, New 
Britain. Conn. Flush valve. 1.521,;j55 ; Dec. '30. 

Burns, Edward P., and G. Le Witt, assignors to The 
Beaton & Caldwell Manufacturing Companv. New 
Britain, Conn. Flush valve. Des. 65.464 ; Aug. 26. 

Burns, Frank H., assignor to Hoosick Falls Riidio Parts 
Manufacturing Company, Inc., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 
Dial mounting for electrical instruments. 1,480,238; 
Jan. 8. 

Burns, Fred T., Detroit, Mich. Center gauge. l,50o,541 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Burns. George J., Youngstown, Ohio. Fuel system for 
internal-coinbustion engines. 1,519,483 ; Dec. 16. 

Burns, llarl L., and R. T. Abrell. Dayton. Ohio. Elec- 
tric soldering machine. 1.514,430 ; Nov. 4. 

Burns, Henry C, St. Louis, Mo. Window shade and cur- 
tain holder. 1,492.200; Apr. 29. 

Burns, Henry J., and G. E. Tollenaar, Spokane, Wash. 
Feed regulator. 1,505,188 ; Aug. 19. 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons. (See Burns, William G., assignor.) 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons. (See Burns, W. G., and Herz, 
assignors.) 

Burn.s, .laniis A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & JIanufaeturing Company. Machine 
for molding insulators. 1,488,474 ; Apr. 1. 

Burns, .lames F., assignor to V. V. Fittings Company, 
Phil.idplphia. I'a. Switch-controlling -mechanism. 
1,483,715 ; Feb. 12. 

Burns, James P. (See Mangan, .T. M., and Burns.) 

Burns, Jane H., and J. Anderson. Middletowu, Conn. 
Thread holder and cutter. 1,481.185 ; Jan. 15. 

Burns. John L., Wichita Falls, Tex. Equalizer. 
1,516,953 ; Nov. 25. 

Burns, John L., assignor to II. H. Franklin Manufactur- 
ing Company, Syracuse. N. Y. Lubricating means for 
motion-transmitting joints. 1,492,351 ; Apr. 29. 

Burns, Kenneth, and J. W. Staftord, assignors to Star- 
burn Products. Inc., New York, N. Y. Sprav device. 
1,507,578 ; Sept. 9. 

Burns, Leonard S. (See Wilson, F. D., and Burns.) 

irlurns. Leonard S.. and F. 1). Wilson, Ottumwa, Iowa, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Austin Manufac- 
turing Company, Chicago, 111. Road-grading device. 
1,515,457 ; Nov. 11. 

Burns, Martin F., Astoria, N. Y. Dental apparatus. 
1,490,090; Apr. 15. 

Burns, Martin F.. Flushing, N. Y. Dental casting ma- 
chine. 1,503,814 ; Aug. 5. 

Burns. Peter C. assignor to American Electric Company, 
Chicago. 111. Stop i)in. 1.51S.7-9; Dec. 9. 

Burns. Renua, Galloway, Ohio. Hav-handling device. 
1,493,321 ; May 6. 

Burns, Robert L., F. F. Winger, and H. M. Shappell, 
Taft, Calif. Safety pipe holder. 1.494.585; May 20. 

Burns. Samuel II.. Brooklvn, N. Y. Crochet hook and 
holder. 1.518.961 ; Dec. 9. 

Burns, Theodore, Clayton, Ind. Cultivator attachment. 
1,489,977 ; Apr. 8. 

Burns. Walter G., Fort Wayne, Ind. Dishwasher. 
1,511,825 ; Oct. 14. 

Burns, W'illiam B., .-Vkron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Pneumatic tire. 
Des. 64,791 ; June 3. 

Burns, William G., assiirnor to .Taliez Burns & Rons, 
New York, N. Y. Mixing bin. 1,488,228; Mar. 25. 

Burns, W'illiam G., assignor to J.ibcz Burns & Sons, 
New York, N. Y. Movable gate for bins and the like. 
1,488.229; Mar. 25. 

Burns, William G., New Y'ork, and G. C. Herz. Flushini?, 
assignors to Jabez Burns & Sons, New Y'ork, N. "ST. 
Grinding mill. 1.489,695; Apr. 8. 

Burner. Thomas E., Carthage, 111. Grinding mill. 
1.515,654 ; Nov. 18. 

P.urnstine, Abraham, Washington, D. C. Second-hand- 
setting mechanism for watches, 1.493,466; May 13. 

Borough. W'illard Ij. (See McLaine, William L., assignor.) 

Burpee, Frank W., Chicago, 111. Can-seaming machine. 
1.486.22." ; Mar. 11. 

Burpee, Frank W., Chicago, III. Spring pin. 1 .ri00,607 : 
July 8. 

Burr, Alice M., Bardane, W. Va. Washboard. 1,493,599 ; 
May 13. 

Burr, Alraon W.. Beloit, Wis. Facilitating the con- 
struction of fireplaces. 1.520,22:?; Dec. 23. 

Burr, riarry J., New Hartford, assignor to Postcraft 
Comiiany, Inc.. Utica. N. Y. Stamp-afflxinji. and en- 
velope-sealing machine. 1,482.731 ; Feb. 5. 



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Burrage, George B., et al. (S^ee Rosenthal, Henry, as- 
signor.) 

Burrage, George B., et al., trustees. (See Stephenson, 
Leigh J., assignor.) 

Burrell, Austin, New Rochelle, N. Y. Advertising device. 
1,492,722 ; May G. 

Burrell, D. H., & Co. (See Feldmeier, Harvey, assignor.) 

Burrell, Franls L., assignor to Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. 
Co., San .To.SP, Calif. Dehydrator. 1,515,925 ; Nov. 18. 

Burrell, Lorv \V., International Falls, Minn, lioad plane. 
1,496,621 ; June 3. 

Burrell, William C, Kanliakee, 111., assignor to The Gen- 
eral Fireproofing Company, Toungstown, Ohio. Brace. 
1,514,577 ; Nov. 4. 

Burrell, William C, Kankaliee, and R. R. Robertson, 
Chicago, 111. Bar-supporting pin. 1,512,906; Oct. 28. 

Burridge, Frederick, \'ictoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Bag-holding cabinet. 1,495,670 ; May 27. 

Burris, Fletcher B., Minneapolis, Minn. Snowplow. 
1,480,652 ; Jan. 15. 

Burris, James N. (See Voss, H. E., and Burris.) 

Burris, Lewis W., et al. (See Smith, Harry 1., assignor.) 

Burronghs Adding Machine Company. (See Bindschedler, 
Theodore S.. assignor.) 

Burrough.s Adding Machine Company. (See Morse, John 
J., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Muller, 

Robert L., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Macliine Company. (See Rinsche, 

Frank C, assignor.) 
Burroughs, Charles W., Montreal West, Quebec, Canada. 

Apparatus for dumping ash in chain grates. 1,505,310 ; 

Aug. 19. 
Burroughs, Eric S. (See Burroughs, Harold O. and 

E. S.) 

Burroughs, Harold 0. and E. S., Liverpool, England. 
Loose-leaf binder. 1,507,045 ; Sept. 2. 

Burrows, Charles F., et al. (See Everett, James F., as- 
signor.) 

Burrows, Charles H. (See Nelson, D., and Burrows.) 

Burrows, Charles W., New York, N. Y. Electric-current 
receiver. 1,498,863; June 24. 

Burrows, Charles W., New York, N. Y. Holding attach- 
ment for sound receivers. 1,503,226 ; July 29. 

Burrows, Charles W., South Orange, assignor to Burrows 
Magnetic Equipment Corporation, Jersey City, N. J. 
Method of and apparatus for testing magnetizable 
objects by magnetic leakage. Rel5,859 ; June 17. 

Burrows, Eastman A.. Chicago, 111. Refrigerating dis- 
play apparatus. 1,514,128 ; Nov. 4. 

Burrows, George W., Houston, Tex. Garbage can. 
1,481,685; Jan. 22. 

Burrows Magnetic Equipment Corporation. (See Bur- 
rows, Cliarles W., assignor.) 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Axle for motor vehicles, 
1,479,220; Jan. 1. 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Tructractor Com 
pai/y, Buchanan. Jlich. Tote box. 1,4 S4. 871 : Veb. 26 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Axle for motor vehicles. 
1,512,401 ; Oct. 21. 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Com 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Axle for motor vehicles 
1.512,402; Oct. 21. 

Burrows, Robert .1.. assignor to Clark Equipment Com 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Automobile brake. 1,512,403 
Oct. 21. 

Burrows. Robert J., assignor to Clark Tructractor Com- 
panv, Buchanan, Mich. Vehicle brake-operating mech- 
ani.sm. 1. 518.770 : Dec. 9. 

Burrows, William C, Providence, R. I. Valve-spring 
compressor. 1.510,542 ; Oct. 7. 

Biirrull, Salvador C, Barcelona, Spain. Tool. 
1,510,037 ; Sept. 30. 

Burson Knitting Company. (See Parker, William S., as- 
sigiioi-. ) 

Burt, F. N. Company. (Soe Carle. Harold, assignor.) 

Burt, F. N., Company, Limited. (See Dickermann, Harry 
K., assignor.) 

Burt. Fred C, New Hudson, Mich. Radiator-soldering 
device. 1.515,806 ; Nov. 18. 

Burt, George M. (Sep Hack, Ernest B.. assignor.) 

Burt, George P. (See Burt, Joseph S., T. W., G. P., and 
J. W.) 

Burl, George W., et al. (See Myers, Wilson R., assignor.) 

Burt, George W., Portland, Oreg., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Crouse-Tremaine Company, Cleve- 
land. Ohio. Manufacturing ice-cream mi.xes, milk- 
chocolate mixes, confection mixes, and the like. 
1.485.069 ; Feb. 20. 

Burt, George W.. Portland, Oreg., aT,d C. K. Mabee, 
Toronto. Ontario, Canada; said Mabee assignor of hla 
entire interest to Mabee Patents Corporation, Dover, 
Del. Apparatus for the treatment of materials. 
1.4S.-.070; Feb. '26. 

Burt, Henry C. (See Minis, Samuel S., assignor.) 

Burt, John W. (See Burt, .Joseph S., T. \V., G. P., and 
J. W.) 

Burt, Joseph S., T. W., G. P., and J. W., Glasgow 
Scotland. Wringing machine. 1,498.200; June 17 



Burt, Joseph S., T. W., G. P., and J. W.. Glasgow, 
Scotland. Wringing machine. 1,498,261 ; June 17. 

Burt, Leslie N., and J. E. Freeborn, assignors to The 
Richards Thread Milling Machine Company (1918) 
Limited, Westminster, England. Means for use in ma- 
chining two oppositely-tapering surfaces of a work- 
piece and in screw threading such surfaces. 1,512,520 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Burt Machine Company. (See Wild, Charles H., assignor.) 

Burt, Thomas W. (See Burt, Joseph S., T. W., G. P., 
and J. W.) 

Burt, Townsend W., Hempstead, N. Y. Mandrel press. 
1,521.356; Dec. 30. 

Burt, William H. (See Guyton, Raymond E., assignor.) 

Burtchaell, Arthur E., San Francisco, Calif. Conveyer. 
1,489,926; Apr. 8. 

Burtner, Jacob H., Boonsboro, Md. Burglarproof shield. 
1,498,907 ; June 24. 

Burtnett, Charles A. (See Burtnett, Everett R., as- 
signor.) 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. Brun- 

nell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 

1,481,955 ; Jan. 29. 
Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to C. A. Burt- 
nett, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 

1,483,331 ; Feb. 12. 
Burtnett, Everett K., assignor of one-half to C. A. 

Burtnett, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion en 

gine. 1,498,348 ; June 17. 
Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. Bru- 

nell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 

1,501,393: July 15. 
Burtnett, Everett E., assignor of one-half to H. A. Bru- 

nell. Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 

1,503,184; July 29. 

Burtnett, Everett E., assignor of one-half to H. A. Bru- 
nell, Los Angeles, Calif. Piston-valve structure for in- 
ternal-combustion engines. 1,503,185 ; July 29. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,504,093; Aug. 5. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. Bru- 
nell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,504,004 ; Aug. 5. 

Burtnett, Everelt R., assignor of one-half to U. A. Bru- 
nell, Los Angeles, Calif. Supercharging auxiliary-ex- 
haust poppet-valve motor. 1,504,095 ; Aug. 5. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A Bru- 
nell, l^os Angeles. Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,504,096 ; Aug. 5. 

Burtnett, Everett R., Los Angeles, assignor of one-third 
to H. R. Phillips, Newhall, and one-third to H. A. 
Brunell. Los .\ngeles, Calif. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. 1,510,650 ; Oct. 7. 

Burtnett, Everett R., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to F. H. Young, Riverhead, Long Island, N. Y., 
and one-fourth to H. A. Brunell, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Supercharging internal-combustion-engine valve mech- 
anism. 1,510,651 ; Oct. 7. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. 
Brunell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. 1.511,705; Oct. 14. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. 
Brunell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. 1,511,706 ; Oct. 14. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. 
Brunell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. 1,511,707 ; Oct. 14. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to II. A. Bru- 
nell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,512,404; Oct. 21. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to C. A. Burt- 
nett, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,512,874 ; Oct. 21. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to C. A. Burt- 
nett, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,513,310; Oct. 28. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. Bru- 
nell, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,513,311; Oct. 28. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,514,197 ; Nov. 4. 

I'.uitnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to C. A. Burt- 
nett, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,515,926; Nov. 18. 

Burtnett, Everett R., and T. E. Berry, Los Angeles, 
Calif. ; said Burtnett assignor to said Berry. Valve 
gear for internal - combustion engines. 1,501,392; 
July 15. 

Burton, Carl 0., Duluth, Minn. ' Double-pole double 

throw switch. 1,508,442; Sept. 10. 
Burton, Carroll, Johnstown, Pa. Railway-track structure. 

1,480.370; Jan. 8. 
Burton, Carroll, Johnstown, Pa. Spring fastrning for 

guard-rail clamps. 1,497,066 ; June 10. 
Burton, Charles S., Oak Park, 111. Soil pulverizer ami 

seeder. 1,500,4.37 ; July 8. 
Burton, Charles S., Oak Park, 111. Container for music 

rolls and the like. 1,501,309; July 15. 



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Alithahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Burton, Chailes S., Oak I'ark, assignor to Stewart-War- 

iKT Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, 111. Pressure 

feed tor supplying fuel to internal-combustion engines. 

1,495,777 ; May 27. 
Burton, Elbert G., Columbia. Tenn. Separator for stor- 
age batteries. l.OtKi.OGl ; Aug. 20. 
Burton, Frank C. (See Swanson, C. E., and Burton.) 
Burton, Frank C, assignor to Cheney Talking Machini' 

Company, Cliicago, 111. Pliono^'rapli cabinet. Des. 

G4,886 ; June 17. 
Burton, Frank L., Burnside, Conn. Holder for crochet 

thread. 1,505,623 : Aug. 19. 
Burton, John. (See Winchester, C. S., and Burton.) 
Burton, Thuma.s J., Plainview, Minn. Gate. 1,517,400 ; 

Dec. 2. 
Burton. William J.. Detroit, Mich. Wall construction. 

1,509,637 ; Sept. 23. 
Buaiok, William A., Belleville, 111. Range. 1,520,463; 

Dec. 23. 
Busiek, William A., Belleville. 111. Range. 1,520,464 ; 

Dec. 23. 
Butcher, Archie W. (Sec McCuUough, E. D., and 

Butcher.) 
Butler, Benjamin and W., Dukinfield, England. Stop cock 

and valve. 1,520.694 ; Dec. 30. 
Butler. Wilfred. (See Butler, Benjamin and W.) 
Butler, William P., Hillside. N. J., assignor to American 

Can Company, New York, N. Y. Spiral-winder cut- 

off mechanism. 1,519,754 ; Dec. 16. 
Butler. William P. (See Stewart, John 11., assignor.) 
Buttcrfield, Fred. & Co. (Sie Vandergaw, E. B., and 

tli'inrich. assignors.) 
Buttweiler. John R., Freoport. Minn. Snowplow. 

1.521.172 : Dec. 30. 
Burwell, Arthur W., Poughkeepsie, N. Y'. Producing 

chromic-acid solutions. 1,491,944 ; Apr. 29. 
Bury, Oney, and J. A. Mason, Houston, Tex. Camper's 

outfit chest. 1.485,479 ; Mar. 4. 
Buryman, Robert A. (See Smith, William M., assignor.) 
Burzynski, Lawrence, assignor of one-half to J. M. 

Seymour, Benton, 111. Ironing machine. 1,507,812 ; 

Sept. 9. 
Busacker. Erail A., Milwaukee, Wis. Dump truck. 

1,510.762; Oct. 7. 
Busby, Junius E., Hazard, Ky. Crosstie nipper. 

1,516.329 ; Nov. 18. 
Buscli, F. X., et al. (See Coffman, George L., assignor.) 
Bustli. Herman C, Denver, Colo. Broken-lens cap. 

1,518,175 ; Dec. 9. 
Busch, Hermann, Kiel, Germany. Clothes hanger. 

1,510,737 ; Oct. 7. 
Busch, Kasiniir, Chicago, 111. Combination emergency 

wheel and nonskidding device. 1,514,431 ; Nov. 4. 
Busch, Mathias C, and C. E. Thommes, St. Paul, Minn. 

Combination tool. 1.481,186; Jan. 15. 
Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See 

Hawk.s. Arthur S., assignor.) 
Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See Zbiu- 

den, Eugeu, assignor.) 
Buscham, C. A., Mfg. Co. (See Buschara, Christian A., 

assignor. ) 
Buscham, Christian A., assignor to C. A. Buscham Mfg. 

Co.. Irvineton. N. J. Vanity case. 1,503,112 ; July 29. 
Buschardt, William F., Baltimore, Md. Clip. 1.506.(>12 : 

Aug. 26. 
Biischelberger, Gcorg. assignor to L. Kahn, Frankfort- 

on-the-Main. Germany, Automatic interrupter for elec- 
tric conduits. 1,517.532; Dec. 2. 
Buscher, Hermann, Langcrfeld, near Barmen, Germany. 

assignor to M. Henkels, New Y'ork, N. Y. Lace-braid- 
ing machine. 1.501.394; July 15. 
Buschmann, Theodor E., Chemnitz-Kappel, Germany. Au- 
tomatic turret lathe. 1,505,131 ; Aug. 19. 
Buschmann, Theodor E., Cbemnitz-Kappel, assignor to 

Wanderer-Werko vorm. Winklbofer & Jaenicke. .\ktien- 

gesellschaft. Schonau. Chemnitz, Germany. Tabulator 

for typewriters. 1,508,160; Sept. 9. 
Biischmann, Theodor E., Chemnitz-Kappel, assignor to 

Wanderer-Werke vorm. Winkelhofer & Jaenicke Aktien- 

gesellschaft, Schonau, Chemnitz, Germany. Tabulator 

for typewriters. 1,510..S82 ; Sept. 30. 
Busenburg. F;inny, I'in<> Bluff, Ark. Child's combination 

undergarment. 1,503,474 ; Aug. 5. 
Bush, Arthur G. (See Criner, Harry J., assignor.) 
Bush, Carl. Hollywood, Calif., assignor of one-half to B. R. 

Skinner, Seattle, Wash. Liquid-fuel burnorw 1,504,323; 

Aug. 12. 
Bush. Ch.irles S., and M. J. Karr, assignors to Dearborn 

Equipment Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Means for 

burning and running in the crank-shaft bearings of an 

automobile. 1.490,255; .Vpr. 15. 
Bush. Clarence, Cliicago, 111. Pilot reamer. 1,499.970; 

July 1. 
Bush Electric Company, The. (See Bush, Hazel B., 

assignor.) 

Bush, George G., assignor to The New Departure Manufac- 
turing Company, Bristol. Conn. Driving and braking 
mechanism. 1,504,210; Aug. 12. 

Bush, Ilardv, sr.. Newark. X. .1. Bracelet. Des. 66,274; 
Dec. 23. 

Bush, Harry K., and B. F. Frame. Reading, Pa. Sanitary 
cooler. 1,403,016; May 6. 



Bush, Hazel B.. Bedford, assignor to The Bush Electric 
(Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Lineman's platform. 
1,515.831 ; Nov. IS. 

Bush, Hazel B., Redlands, Calif., assignor to The Bush 
Electric Companv, Cleveland, Ohio. Telephone clip 
and handle. 1.493,517; May 13. 

Bush, John A., assignor to Brown Shoe Company, Inc., 
St. Louis. Mo. Identifying sli:)es. 1.520.224 ; Dec. 23. 

Bush. John M., York, Pa. Automobile creeper. 1,511,943 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Bush, Walter G., Poughkeepsie, N. Y'. Foot accelerator. 
1,489,482; Apr. 8. 

Bushey, Fillmore, St. Albans, Vt. Drag saw. 1,498,423; 
June 17. 

Bushlowitz, Hyman, Reading, Pa. Measuring and fitting 
form for body garments. 1,487,509 ; Mar. 18. 

Bushnell. Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Companv, Gates, N. Y. Point detector. 
1.517.236 ; Nov. 25. 

Bushnell. John B., Berkeley, Calif. Ignition-voltage con- 
trol for internal-combustion engines. 1,493,101 ; 
May 6. 

Bushnell, Olive, assignor to Johnson-Cowdin-Emmerich, 
Inc., New Y'ork, N. Y'. Ribbon or similar article. Des. 
63,707 ; Jan. 8. 

Busiek. William A., Belleville, 111. Range. 1,486,564; 
Mar. 11. 

Buss, Edward H. (See Brink. J. B., and Buss.) 

Buss Metal Window Company. (See Buss, Otto W. L., 
assignor.) 

Buss, Otto W. L., assignor to Buss Metal Window Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Mason's tool. 1,502.:<71 ; 
July 22. 

Busse, '^:arter F., Chamois, Mo. Corn harvester. 1,483,775 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Busse, Edwin G.. assignor to Chicago Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Mount for third or fourth 
point supports for brake beams. 1.480.742 ; Jan. 15. 

Busse. Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Brake-beam guide. 
1,506.882 ; Sept. 2. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equip- 
ment Companv, Chicago, 111. Brake-beam support and 
guide. 1,509,282 ; Sept. 23. 

Busse. George A., Chicago, 111. Spring repairer. 
1.482,674 ; Feb. 5. 

Bussmann, Frank H., assignor to Bussmann Manufactur- 
ing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Portable lamp. Des. 
65,431 ; Aug. 19. 

Bussmann. Henry T., . St. Louis, Mo. Electric fuse. 

1.514.198 ; Nov. 4. 

Bussmann. Henry T., St. Louis. Mo. Cartridge fuse. 

1.514.199 ; Nov. 4. 

Bussmann Manufacturing Company. (See Bussmann, 

Frank IL, assignor.) 
Buswcll, Henry L. F. (See Hammond, J. H., jr., and 

Buswell.) 
Butaud, Phelogan, West Columbia, Tex. Preheater. 

1,484,296 ; Feb. 19. 
Butchart, William A. (See Carney, J. H., and Butchart.) 
Buvchart, William A. (See Rork, C. E., and Sandberg, 

assignors.) 
Butchart, William A., Denver, Colo. Ore concentrator. 

1.513.693; Oct. 28. 
Butcher. Charles A., East Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. 

Automatic switching system. 1,515.579; Nov. 11. 
Butler, Alva L., Idaho Falls, Idaho. Road scraper. 

1.489,114; Apr. 1. 
Butler, Arthur C., Boston, Mass. Drawing mechanism. 

1.487.716 ; Mar. 2."'>. 
Butler Bros. (See Guenthermann, Hans, assignor.) 
Butler. Charles A., Okmulgee, Okla. Cable clamp. 

1.510,921 ; Oct. 7. 
Butlor. Chailes 11., Oakland. Calif. Tractor transmission 

mechanism. 1,505.371 ; Aug. 19. 
Butler, Edgar M.. Brooklvn. N. V. Motor-car-lifting 

device. 1,498.1.50: June 17. 
Butler. Edgar Jl.. Brooklvn. N. Y. Trouble-car attach- 
ment. 1,408,151; June' 17. 
Butler, Elmore I!., assignor to Collapsible Tubes & Con- 
tainers, Limited, Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Soap- 
stick holder. 1,485.480 ; Mar. 4. 
Buthn- Engine and Foundry Co. (See Palm, Victor H., 

assignor.) 
Butler, Fergus A., New York, N. Y. Shoe. 1.516,840 ; 

Nov. 25. 
Butler, Frank. (See Donohoe. A. .1., and Butler.) 
Butler, Frank L., Chicatro, HI. Insulated coupling for 

electric fixtures. 1.502.938; July 29. 
Butler, George W. and J. R., Pen Argvl, I'a. Game board. 

1.497.087 ; June 10. 
Butler. Henry E.. Schenectadv, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Renewable fuse. 1.497,322 ; 

June 10. 
Butler, Ilenry E , Schenectady, N. Y'., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Renewable fuse. 1.497,323; 

June 10. 
Butler, J. L., et al. (See Keith, C. M., and Puraphrey, 

assignors.) 
Butler. James Ti.. Akron. Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 

Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Ring-covering 

apparatus. 1.479.126; Jan. 1. 



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Butler, .John, Echo, assignor of one-half to A. J. Hinz, 
Wood Lake, Bllnn. Hammer-action nail puller and 
wrecking' bar. 1,515,142 ; Nov. 11. 

Butler, John R. (See Butler, George W. and J. R.) 

Butler, Morgan R., Waukesha, Wis. Material-handling 
equipment. 1,504,211 ; Aug. 12. 

Butler, Robert S., Joplin, Mo. Mine shovel. Rel5,950 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Butler, Robert S., Joplin, Mo. Mine shovel. 1,504,427 ; 
Aug. 12, 

Butler, Rostus, Little Cohary, N. C. Match safe and 
vending device. 1,480,502 ; Jan. 8. 

Butler, Thomas F., New Britain, Genu. Spark pk.g, 
1,488,526 ; Apr. 1. 

Butler, William 1<\. London, England. Ad.iustable holder 
for gripping the ends of short rods. 1,503,635 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Butt, John H., and E. T. Winkelman, Sleep.y Eye, Minn. 
Folding chair for camping or boating. 1,493,467 ; 
May 13. 

Butterbaugh, Ralph B., assignor to R. E. Hauser, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Pneumatic tool. 1,482,543 ; Feb. 5. 

Butterfleld, Charles, assignor to The Interstate Folding 
Box Company, Middletown, Ohio. Feedin.g mechanism 
for paper machines. 1,504.541 ; Aug. 12. 

Butterfleld, Charles L., et al. (See Karr, Glen L., as- 
signor.) 

Butterfield, Charles S., San Francisco, Calif. Hinge. 
1,516,330; Nov. 18. 

Butterfleld, Edward H., and F. D. Otterbeln, assignors 
to T. Harvey, ir., Middletown, Ohio. Paper manufac- 
turing. 1,479,786 ; Jan. 8. 

Butterfield, Edwin A. B., Molalla, Oreg. Trap nest. 
1,481,684 ; Jan. 22. 

Butterfield. Everett N., Auburn, Nebr. Hitching device 
for whiffletrees and the like. 1,486,361 : Mar. 11. 

Butterfield, Fred & Co. (See Vandergaw, B. is. and 
Helnrlch, assignors.) 

Butterfleld, Louis M., assignor of one-half to H. G. Sum- 
ner, Raymond, N. H. Walking doll. 1,508,956; 
Sept. 16. 

Butterfleld, Melvin A., Endeavor, Wis. Automatic rail- 
way-crossing si.gnal. ' 1,498,349 ; June 17. 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons. (See Brehmer, Herman C, 
assignor.) 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Brehmer, 
Herman C.) 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Elliott, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Lansing, Mich. Doorlock. 
1,494,049; May 20. 

Buttery, Robert A. (See Easnick, J. S., Buttery, and 
Lusk.) 

Buttfleld, Alfred C. (See Boyer, E. S., and Buttfield.) 

Buttficld, Alfred C, Butler, N. J., assignor to American 
Hard Rubber Co., New York, N. Y. Machine for mak- 
ing articles of plastic compounds of different colors. 

1.516.841 ; Nov. 25. 

Buttfleld, Alfred C, Butler, N. J., assignor to American 
Hard Rubber Co., New York, N. Y. Machine for mak- 
ing articles of plastic compounds of different colors. 

1.516.842 ; Nov. 25. 

Buttfleld, Alfred C, Butler, N. J., assignor to American 
Hard Rubber Co., New York, N. Y. Machine for mak- 
ing articles of plastic compounds of different colors. 

1.516.843 : Nov. 25. 

Buttfield, William J., North Plainfield, assignor to Vulcan 
Detinning Company, Sewaren, N. J. Recovering tin 
from tin-bearing materials. 1,511,590 ; Oct. 14. 

Biittncrwerke, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Sauber, Georg, 
assignor.) 

Button Attaching Machine Co. (See Ross, Frederick 
N., assignor.) 

Button, Lerov R., Kittanning, Pa. Sound-reproducing 
device. 1,506,562 ; Aug. 26. 

Buttram, Henry, Moran, Iowa. Trap. 1,505,932 ; Aug. 
19. 

Buttram, William H., assignor of one-half to R. Kobel, 
one-fourth to W. O. Mayo, and one-fourth to J. M. 
Mayo, Snllisaw, Okla. Tire tool. 1.49.^.,159 ; Mnv 27. 

Buttress, George A. (See Buttress, Joseph A. and G. A.) 

Buttress, Joseph A. and G. A., assignors to Rex Good- 
cell, Los .\ngeles. Calif. Manufacturing composition 
wall board. 1,507,332 ; Sept. 2. 

Butts, .Mden J., B;iton Rapids, Mich. Fishing tool. 
1,487,440 ; !\Iar. 18. 

Butts, Emil F., assignor of one-half to E. Gregory, Ta- 
coma. Wash. Sanding machine. 1.490,200: Apr. 15. 

Butts, Emil P., assignor of one-half to E. Gregory, Tacon)n. 
Wash. Scroll-sanding machine. 1,504.8(55; Aug. 12. 

Butz, Otto, and W. E. Dreyer, Newark, N. .T. Drawing 
in.strumvnt. 1,512.015 ; Oct. 21. 

Butzkc, (Justave, .Mplaus Road, N. V.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Coinpauv. Ligliting fixture. 1.495,77S: 
May 27. 

Buvinger, George A. (See Kettering, C. F., and Bu- 
vingor.) 

Buvinger, George A., and C. Warner, tissiguors to n(>lco- 
Liglit Compiiny, Payfou, Ohio. Pumping ii]ipnratus. 
1,512,016; Oct. 21. 

Buxtoil, Incorporated. (See Buxton, Warner R., as- 
signor.) 



Buxton, Warner R., Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to Bux- 
ton, Incorporated. Case for keys and the like. 
1,493,429 ; May 6. 

Buxton, Warner R., Longmeadow, assignor to Buxton 
Incorporated, Springfield, Mass. Key case. 

1,408.436 ; June 17. 

Buzza, George E., Minneapolis, Minn. Support for mot- 
toes and the like. 1,501,555 ; July 15. 

Buzzard, Henry W., Bellingham, Wasli. Choker hook. 
1,498,230 ; June 17. 

Buzzini, Walter J. (See De Gaino, V. A., and Buzzini.) 

Byam, William B., Grand Rapids, Mich. Strainer holder. 
1,512,875 ; Oct. 21. 

Byberg. Jonas J., Silverton, Oreg. Ladder. 1,518,303 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Byce, Lyman C, Petaluma, Calif. Brooder. 1,513,154 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Bydall, Otto .J., Christiania, Norway. Support device 
for spouting. 1,508,215 ; Sept. 9. 

Byer, Solomon, New York, N. Y. Garter. 1,517,703 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Byers, A. M., Company. (See Aston, James, assignor.) 

Byers, John A., assignor to James B. Clow & Sons, Chi- 
cago, III. Casting machine. 1,485,592 ; Mar. 4. 

Byers, John A., assignor to James B. Clow & Sons, Chi- 
cago, 111. Core. 1,486,631 : Mar. 11. 

Byers, .John A., assignor to James B. Clow & Sons, Chi- 
cago, 111. Mold. 1,491,028 ; Apr. 22. 

Byers. Oren G., Tulsa, Okla. Flue stopper. 1,504,428 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Byford, Frederick, Keyser, W. Va. Method of and appara- 
tus for forming hollow articles from plastic material. 
1,505,860; Aug. 19. 

Byler, Claude, Sheridan, Wyo. Spooling device. 
1,483,332 ; Feb. 12. 

Bynum, King E., Fellows, Calif. Overshot; 1,480,815 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Bvnum, Louis G., and J. W. Ball, Forsyth, Mont. Milk 
strainer. 1,513.488 ; Oct. 28. 

Byrd, Britton E., assignor to Mill Devices Company, Dur- 
ham, N. C. Knotter. 1,497,354 ; June 10. 

Byrd, Walter A.., assignor of one-half to G. C. Christy, 
Vicksburg, Miss. Vestibule-curtain holder. 1,494,148 ; 
May 13. 

Byrne, James A. (See McClure. Char'es J., assignor.) 

Byrne, .John E., Plattville, Wis. Tapping machine. 
1,502,016 : July 22. 

Byrne Manufacturing Company, The. (See Runser, Fred- 
rick J., assignor.) 

Byron, Charles L. (See Dorais, Samuel, assignor.) 

Byron, Charles L., trustee. (See Martin, George W., 
assignor.) 

Byron, Charles L., Winnetka, III., assignor to M. C. 
Steese, Buffalo, N. Y. Reversing-furnace mechanism. 
1,496,520; June 3. 

Byron, Oscar, Jersey City, N. J. Sound-receiver ear- 
"piece. 1,489,978 : Apr. 8. 

Byron, Thomas P., Chicago, 111. Curtain rod. 1,504,810 ; 
Aug. 12. 

C. G. Haubold A. G. (See Venzke. Gustav, assignor.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, frhe. (See Dunston, 
Wayne E., assignor.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Flura, 
R. A. and Reed, assignors.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Girl, Chris- 
tian, assignor.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Girl, C, 
and Utz, assignors.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Homan, 
A. E.. Homan. and Doutt, assignors.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Jandus, Her- 
bert S., assignor.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Jandus, 
H. S., and Dunston, assignors.) 

C. H. D. Electric Company. (See Cook, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

C & V Manufacturing Company. (See Veigel, Louis A., 
jr., assi,gnor.) 

C.-V. Products Corporation. (See Seavey, Eugene, as- 
signor. ) 

Cabala, Walter, Bay City, Mich. Fruit gatherer. 
1,494, 149 ; May 13. 

Caballero. Armando C., New York. N. Y.. assignor to The 
TTniversal Coding Svstem Co. Ltd.. Valparaiso, Chile. 
Cryptographic apparatus. 1,509,929 ; Sept. 30. 

Cable, Frank T.. New London, Conn., assignor to Elec- 
tric Boat Companv. Air-compressor piston. 1,520,852 ; 
Dec. .30. 

Cable, Frank T., New Tiondon, Conn., assignor to Electric 
Boat Companv. Air-compressor piston. 1,520,853 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Cable, Julius L., Boston, Mass. Folding cot. l,507,90(i; 
Sept. 9. 

Pallor. Deane A. (See Smifli, E. W.. and rubot.! 

Cabot, Godfrey L., Boston, Mass. Supply means for air- 
craft. 1.479,221 : Jan. 1. 

Cabot, Godfrey L., Boston, Mass. Supplv means for air- 
craft. 1,479.222 : Jan. 1. 

Cabretosa, Valentin M., Barcelona, Spain. Elastic 
wheel. 1,492,068 ; Apr. 29. 

Cadl)ury ISrolliers Limiled. (See II.-irkoH, Henry, ns- 
■signo'r.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



("addell, James, Oakland, Calif. Rocking-chair. 

1,46S,863; Apr. 1. 

Caddeu, Charles •C., Akron, Oliio, assignor to 'I'he B. F. 
Uoodricli Company, New York, X. Y. Hose-wrapping 
machine. 1,500,7U7 ; .July 8. 

Caddy, James 11.. Smvrua, Wash. Trap. 1,495,882; 
May 27. 

Cade, Charles W.. Bellevue, assignor to SIcKinney Manu- 
facturing: Company, Pitt.sburgh, Pa. Truck. 1,512,454 : 
Oct. 21." 

Cade, Charles W., Bellevue. assignor to McKinney Man- 
ufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Truck. 1,517.951 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Cade, T. Fred M., et al. (See Brisbin, Lewis 11., assignor.) 

Cadenhead, Robert H., Brownwood, Tex. Plow. 1,483,770 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Cadgene, Ernest. (See Vernay, Marius, assignor.) 

Cadgene, Ernest, Englewood Cliffs, and G. Dupout, Pater- 
son, N. J. Fabric-printing machine. 1,480,348 ; Jan. 8. 

Cadgene, Ernest, Englewood Cliffs, and G. Dupont, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Fabric-drying machine. 1,513.36'J ; 
Oct. 28. 

Cadg6ne, Ernest, Englewood Cliffs, and J. Jeandros. Pat- 
erson, N. J. ; said Jeandros assignor to said Cadgene. 
Soda-print process. 1,513,370 ; Oct. 28. 

Cadieux, Joseph O., Meriden, Conn., assignor to The Con- 
necticut Telephone & Electric Company, Incorporated, 
Meriden. Conn. Mounting for lights. 1,511,190 ; Oct. 7. 

Cadillac Machinery Company. (See Fowl, 1". M., and 
Zimmerman, assignors.) 

Cadman, Addi B.. assignor to Warner Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Beloit, Wis. Trailer truck. 1.50:!,815 : Aug. 5. 

Cadman, .Vddi B., assignor to Warner Manufacturing 
Company, Beloit, Wis. Trailer truck. 1.505,372 ; Aug. 
19. 

Cadman. Addi B., Beloit, Wis., as.>ignor to Warner Manu- 
facturing Company. Dumping vehicle. 1,505.995 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Cadrnan. Addi B., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Warner Man- 
ufacturing Company. Trailer truck. 1.510,543 ; Oct. 7. 

Cadman. Addi B., assignor to Warner Manufacturing 
Company, Beloit, Wis. Trailer truck. 1,511,263 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Cadman, Addi B.. assignor to W^arner Manufacturing 
Company, Beloit, W^is. Trailer truck. 1,512.521 ; 
Oct. 21. 

Cadman, Addi B., and E. H. Allen, assignors to Warner 
Manufacturing Company, Beloit, Wis. Dumping ve- 
hicle. 1,479,980; Jan. 8. 

Cadmus, William E.. Berlin, Germany. Electric spot- 
light. ]. 493.730; May 13. 

Cadoret, Louis A., Pawtucket, R. I. Bobbin retainer. 
1,507,459; Sept. 2. 

Cadoret. Louis A.. Pawtucket. R. I. Combined silk tube 
and spindle retainer. 1,511,104 ; Oct. 7. 

Cadwalader, Kinsey, Kansas City, Kaiis. Truck. 
1.510,456 ; Oct. 7. 

Cadwallader, Harry, jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine 
clamp. 1,479,127 ; Jan. 1. 

Cadwallader, Myron S.. Olean, N. Y. Adjustable boot 
and shoe last. 1,480,-349 ; Jan. 8. 

Cadwell, Charles A., assignor to The Electric Railway 
Improvement Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Electric fur- 
nace. 1,493,731 ; May 13. 

Cadwell, Sidney M., Leonia, N. J., assignor to The N;>u- 
gatuck Chemical Company. Vulcanizing rubber with 
condensation products of ammonia and aldehydes as 
accelerators. 1.503,113: July 29. 

Cadwell, Sidney M., Leonia, N. J., assignor to The Nau- 
gatuck Chemical Company. Vulcanizing rubber and 
products obtained thereby. 1.510.652 ; Oct. 7. 

Cady, .\nscl. (See Lundberg, Thomas, assignor.) 

Cad.v,, George B.. Canastota. N. Y. Brake-lining drill and 
countersink. 1.494.210; Mav l.S. 

Cady. George B., Canastota, N. Y. Oil-level gauge for 
motor veliicles. 1,497,839; June 17. 

Cady, Harrison, Brooklyn, N. Y.. assignor to The Tin 
Decorating Company of Baltimore, Baltimore. Md. 
Box or similar article of manufacture. Dis. 65,222 ; 
July 22. 

Cady, Herbert C. (See Reckor, A. C, and Cady.) 

Cady, John E., assignor to G & J Tire Company, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Manufacturing inner tubes. 1,498,864 ; 
June 24. 

Cage, John M., Santa Monica, Calif. Condenser. 
1.5 18. OSS ; Dec. 9. 

Cagle. James G., Marion, 111. Groundworking member. 
1.502.711 ; July 29. 

Cagle, Lester J., Wcnatchee, Wash. Lopping or pruning 
shears. 1.520.529 ; Dec. 23. 

Cahalano. D.-inicI C, Hillsdale, N. J. Inkstand. Des. 
65.326 ; July 29. 

Cahan. Jacob M.. Philadelphia, Pa. Mail receptacle. 
1.482.459: Feb. 5. 

Cahill. James H., assignor to Sears, Roebuck and Co., 
Chicago. 111. Pneumatic painting apparatus. 

1.518.135: Dec. 9. 

Cahill, Thomas J., Philadelphia, Pa. Mi-thod and nppa- 
ratiis for making concrete blocks. 1,489,979: Apr. 8. 

Cahill, William J., New York, N. Y. Horseshoe. 
1,496.622: June 3. 

Cahn, Bernard, .Stockton. C.ilif. Dress fcdder. 1.518.304; 
Dec. 0. 



Cahn, Tillman, Elkins Park, Pa., assignor to Pioneer Sus- 
pender Company. Garter. 1,504,866 ; Aug. 12. 

Cahoon, Edward E., Racine, Wis. Candy-iKicking ma- 
chine. 1,494,732; May 20. 

Cahouet, Ralph H., trustee. (See McTarnahan, John T., 
assignor.) 

Caille, Arthur .J., and T. L. Smith, Detroit, Mich. Ma- 
rine motor. 1,479,025 ; Jan. 1. 

Cailliau, Cyril. (See Broluska, Amel B. and H. A., as- 
signors. ) 

Caillois, Pierre G., Paris, France. Safety spring barrel 
applical)le to locks or any koy-locking system. 
1.499,444 ; July 1. 

Cain, Ernest R., and A. F. Stone, Kingstree, S. C. Bur- 
glarproof lock bar. 1,508,919; Sept. 16. 

Cain, .lames W., Detroit. Mich. Means for operating stop 
lights. 1,498.834 ; June 24. 

Cain, John J., Bayonne, N. -J. Oil-heating system for lo- 
comotive boilers. 1,496,521 ; June 3. 

Cain, John J., Bayonne, N. J. Knockdown shipping con- 
tainer. 1,502,334: July 22. 

Cain. John J., Bayonne. X. J. Locomotive boiler. 
1,514.685; Nov. 11. 1924. 

Cain, Thomas. (See Johnson, C. V., and Cain.) 

Caine, Ansel M., New Orleans, La. Fountain scrubbing 
machine. 1,480,662 ; Jan. 15. 

Cairns, Joseph Vt\ (See Cairns, Robert and J. W. ) 

Cairns, Robert and J. W., Watertown, Wis. Coin-deliverv 
machine. 1.484.872: Feb. 26. 

Cake, Horace M.. I'hiladelphia, Pa. Propulsion mecha- 
nism. 1,482,381 ; Feb. 5. 

Calabrese, Pasquale, New Haven, Conn. Automobile 
snowplow. 1,492,120 ; Apr. 29. 

Calabro. Antonio G., Boston, Mass. Hair remedy. 
1.516.562; Nov. 25. 

Calagans. Willie, Gary, Ind. Aeroplane. 1,503,297; 
July 29. 

Calbeck, John H., Joplin, Mo., assignor to The Eagle- 
Picher Lead Conrpany, Cincinnati. Ohio. Nozzle for 
atomizing molten metal. 1,511.215; Oct. 14. 

Calbeck. Newton, Nappanee. Ind. Animal trap. 1,515,590 ; 
Nov. IS. 

Calco Chemical Company. (See Crossley, Moses L., as- 
signor. ) 

Calcott, William S., Penns Grove, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Making a lead-alkali-metal alloy. 1,509,227 ; Sept. 23. 

Caldarclii, Faustino, irioston, Mass. Wire-manipulating 
device. 1,494,413 ; May 20. 

Caldbeck, Wendell II., Dos Moines, Iowa, assignor to 
Vesta Battery Corporation, Chicago, 111. Storage-bat- 
tery-sealing device. 1,509,583 ; Sept. 23. 

Calder, John A., assignor to The Torrington Company. Tor- 
rington. Conn. Riveting machine. 1,483.071 ; Feb. 12. 

Calder. John A., assignor to The Torrington Company, Ti>r 
rington. Conn. Rivet-cutting device. 1,483.072 ; Feb. 12. 

Calder. John A., assignor to The Torrington Company. Tor- 
rington, Conn. Rivet-cutting machine. 1,483,073 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Calder, John A., and W. H. Dayton, deceased. Torring- 
ton, Conn., by J. M. Dayton, administrator, Spring- 
field, Mass., assignors to The Torrington Company, 
Torrington, Conn. Needle-latcli-riveting machine. 
1,484,478 ; Feb. 19. 

Calder. Margaret H.. Rogers, Mich. Scrubbing-pail at- 
tachment. 1,512,744; Oct. 21. 

Calder, William A. S., and W. II. Palmer, assignors to 
Chance and Hunt, Limited. Birniinghaiu, England. 
Condensing the acid fumes evolved duiing the concen- 
tration of sulphuric acid. 1.490.588: Apr. 15. 

("nldcron, ,Iohn U., assignor to Illi]iois Malleable Iron 
<^o., Chicago, 111. Device for preventing the creeping 
of rails. 1,495,3,80 ; May 27. 

Calderwood. Frederic S., Riverton. N. .1.. and R. E. 
Zernneith. Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to Victor Talking 
Jl.ichine Company. Stopping mechanism. 1.517.401 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Calderwood. W., Forest Gate, A. E. Webb. Great Mlssen- 
den, and C. A. Reihl. London, England. Method and 
apparatus for the preparation of oils for varnishes, 
printing inks, paints, linoleums, and the like. 
1.514.432 : Nov. 4. 

Caldwell, Albert R. (See Palmor. T. R., and Caldwell.) 

Caldwell, Albert E., assignor to Continental Rubber 
Works, Erie, Pa. Tire tread. Des. 64.951 ; June 24. 

Caldwell, .Mbert E.. assignor to Con(in(>ntal Rubber 
Woiks, Erie. Pa. Tire tread. Des. 65,993 ; Nov. 18. 

Caldwell, Albert E., assignor to Continental Rubber 
Works. Erie, Pa. Tire tread. D(>s. 65.994 ; Nov. 18. 

Caldwell, .\rcbie E., Columbia, Calif. Fruit grader. 
1 .489.927 : Apr. 8. 

Caldwell, Charles W.. Johannesburg, Transvaal. South 
Africa. Micrometer weighing instrument. 1.508.596; 
Sei)t. 16. 

Caldwell & Drake Iron Works. (See Clay, James S., 
nssicnor.) 

Caldwell, Edwin de II., I'redonia, N, Y.. assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Empire Milking Machine Com- 
pany, Bloomneld, N. .T. Milking-machine pnlsator. 
1.504,740; Aug. 12. 

Caldwell. Felix. Cooiiee. New South Wales, Australia. 
Gradometer. 1,492,156; Apr. 29. 



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Caldwell, Frauk W., and J. C. Morse, Dayton, Obio. 

Tiijping aircraft propellers. 1,490,256 ; Apr. 15. 
Caldwell, Frank W., and B. G. McCauley, Dayton, Ohio. 

Aircraft propeller. 1,493,066 ; May 6. 
Caldwell, Henry C, Buffalo, N. Y. Kegulating burner 

cap. 1,508,873 ; Sept. 16. 
Caldwell, Mrs. Howard E., et al.-. (See Johnston, Horace 

G., assignor.) 
Caldwell, Jack, Los Angeles, assignor of one-half to O. W. 

Goding and L. H. Goding, Long Beach, Calif. Com- 
bined bumijer and shock absorber. 1,490,54)7 ; Apr. 15. 
Caldwell, James E., Fayetteville, Tenn. Brush head. 

1,509,417 ; Sept. 23. _ 
Caldwell, James F., Los Angeles, Calif. Plastic molding 

machine. 1,481,680 ; Jan. 22. 
Caldwell, John C, Miami, Fla. Power-generating mecha- 
nism. 1,500,051 ; July 1. 
Caldwell, Thomas B. (See Bramsou, M. L., Hanson, 

and Caldwell.) 
Caldwell, William A., Manila, P. I. Inner tuhe for 

pneumatic tires. 1,506,161 ; Aug. 26. 
Caldwell, William L., Canton, Ohio, assignor to United 

Alloy Steel Corpox'ation, New York, N. V. Metal- 

latb-attachiug clip. 1,484,931 ; Feb. 26. 
Caldwell, Yancey Q., Paris, Tenn. Switch stand. 

1,488,527 ; Apr. 1. 
Caldwell, Yancey Q., Paris, Tenn. Padlock. 1,490,453 ; 

Apr. 15. 
Calhoun, David P., Medford, Mass. Means for supporting 

hats in auditoriums. 1,491,286 ; Apr. 22. 
Calhoun, Guy K., U. S. Navy, assignor to General Electric 

Company. Operating mechanism for searchlights, guns, 

and the like. 1,491,377 ; Apr. 22. 
Calhoun, Harry L., Binghamtou, N. Y. Filter. 1,520,930 ; 

Dec. 30. 
Calhoun, William H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 

French Battery & Carbon Company, Madison, Wis. 

Combination electric lantern and spotlight. 1,513,489 : 

Oct. 28. 
California Almond Growers Exchange. (See Kimber, 

Loyd G., assignor.) 
California Art Tile Co. (See Hislop, William A., as- 
signor.) 
Caliioruia Burdett Oxygen Company. (See Coberly, 

Clarence J., assignor.) 
California Canning Machinery Co. (See Wilcox, George, 

assignor.) 
California Cap Company. (See Myers, Eomaine, assign- 
or.) 
California Card Manufacturing Company. (See Helm- 
quest, William J., assignor.) 
California Cedar Products (I'ompany. (See Makowski, 

John F., assignor.) 
California Compressed Gas Corporation. (See Coherly, 

Clarence J., assignor.) 
California Cotton Mills Company. (See Mitchell, Allis- 

ter S., assignor.) 
California Cyanide Company. (See Braun, F. W., and 

Neuls, a-ssignors.) 
California Cyanide Company. (See Metzger, Floyd J., 

assignor.) 
Caliiurnia Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Jameson, E., 

Taylor, and Wilson, assignors.) 
California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Wilson, Clar- 
ence P., assignor.) 
California Packing Corporation. (See Opperman, Hugh 

F.j assignor.) 
California Wall Bed Company. (See Wheelock, Arthur 

C. assignor.) 
California Wire Cloth Company. (See Scarles, John C, 

assignor.) 
Calkins, Arthur H., Spokane, Wash. Tire shield. 

1,509,859 ; Sept. 30. 
Calkins, James B., Auburn, assignor to M. E. Calkins, 

Ithaca, N. Y. Winding apparatus. 1,482,909 ; Feb. 5. 
Calkins, James M., Chicago, 111. Dirigible headlight for 

vehicles. 1,519,437 ; Dec. 16. 
Calkins, Marcus E. (See Calkins, .Tames B., assignor.) 
Calkins, Seward H., assignor to Traitel Marble Co., Long 

Island City, N. Y. Pattern and guide strip. Ilel5,824 ; 

Apr. 20. 
Calkins, Seward H., New York, assignor to Traitel Marble. 

Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Setting tool for 

pattern and guide .strips. 1,511,799 ; Oct. 14. 
Calkins, Walter S., Racine, Wis. Combination club and 

searclilight. 1,489,305; Apr. 8. 
Callaglian, Patrick H., Philadelphia, Pa. Bearing. 

1,505,311 ; Aug. 19. 
Callaghan, Rex E., assignor of one-fourth to C. Sitterle, 

Denver, Colo. Form for concrete. 1,516,760 ; Nov. 25. 
Callaghan, Thomas F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to B. C. 

TJililein, Milwaukee, Wis. Electric furnace. 1,490,732; 

Apr. 15. 
Callahan, Annie, Pulaski, Tenn. Combination vanity case 

and purse. 1,503,979 : Aug. 5. 
Callahan, Charles F., Memphis, Tenn. Refrigerating 

vending machine. 1,483,777 ; Feb. 12. 
Callahan Distributor Company. (See Callahan, John W., 

assignor.) 
Callahan Distril)utor Company. (See Dusinberre, G. B., 

and Callahan.) 
Callaliaii, Francis J., Chicago, 111. Notarial seal. 

1,520,277 ; Doc. 23. 

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Sanitary cover. 



Callahan, James, Glen Cove, N. 
1,490,314 ; Apr. 15. 

Callahan, John M., assignor of one-third to P. P. Dono- 
van and one-third to J. L. Donovan, Chicago, 111. 
Gas-engine timer. 1,484,060 ; Feb. 19. 

Callahan, John W. (See Dusinberre, G. B., and Calla- 
han.) 

Callahan, John W., Wellsboro, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Callahan Distributor Company, Incor- 
porated. System and apparatus for distributing loose 
material. 1,519,953 ; Dec. 16. 

Callahan, John W., Wellsboro, Fa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Callahan Distributor Company, Incor- 
Hay distributor. 1,519,954; Des. 16. 

Callahan, Joseph J., et al., trustees. (See Ormond, John 
J., assignor.) 

Callahan, Joseph J., Cornwell Heights, Pa. Propeller. 
1,512,273 : Oct. 21. 

Callahan, Michael J., New York, N. Y. Ventilating unit. 
1,503,089 ; July 29. 

Callahan, Percy D., assignor to The Faries Manufacturing 
Co., Decatur, 111. Detachable lighting fixture. 
1,498,539 ; June 24. 

Callahan, Richard, and S. L. Rouleau, assignors to Sim- 
plicity Oil & Grease Pump Company, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Pneumatically-operated grease measuring and 
dispensing device. 1,513,962 ; Nov. 4. 

Callahan, Thomas J., Dayton, Ohio. Purlin-supporting 
bracket. 1,511,652 ; Oct. 14. 

Callahan, William A. ^See Kleinsteuber, H. A., and 
Hayes, assignors.) 

Calkin, John G., Cambridge, Mass., and G. B. Craven, 
Hampden, Me., assignors to Eastern Manufacturing 
Cuaipany, Boston, Mass. Textile belt and manufacture. 
1,490,454; Apr. 15. 

Callanan, James T., jr., assignor to Parkersburg Machine 
Company, Parkersburg, W. Va. Packer. 1,502,372 ; 
July 22. 

Callaway, Hugh L., Waukesha, Wis. Ironing board. 
1,487,144 ; Mar. 18. 

C'allejas, JosS M., Habana, Cuba. Hvdraulic motor. 
1,482,545 ; Feb. 6. 

Callender, Edward T., and H. J. Hanna, Oakfleld, N. Y. 
Drill chuck. 1,497,483 ; June 10. 

Callender, Monroe N., Los Angeles, Calif. Curtain hanger 
for casement windows. 1,509,098 ; Sept. 23. 

Calleson, Amos, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for forming 
sheet-metal caps. 1,482,732 ; Feb. 5. 

Calleson, Amos, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle filling and seal- 
ing machine. 1,500,364; July 8. 

Callison, Abner F., Buffalo Creek, Colo. Apparatus for 
transferring freight containers. 1,499,095 ; June 24. 

Callison, Abner F., Philadelphia, Pa. Coupling device. 
1,499,971 ; July 1. 

Callow, Arthur M., London, England. Grab. 1,482,116: 
Jan. 29. 

Callsen, Jiirgen, Elberfeld, assignor to Farbeufabriken 
vorm. Fricdr. Bayer and Co., Leverkusen, near Cologne- 
on-the-Rhine, Germany. Choline compound having 
laxative properties. 1,518,689 ; Dec. 9. 

Calpini, Adolpb M. (See Mason, M. T., and Calpinl.) 

Calta, Jnmes W., Platte, S. Dak. Piston. 1,498,885 ; 
June 24. 

Caltex Company, The. (See Ostenberg, Zeno, assignor.) 

Caltis, George, Memphis, Tenn. Bottle. Des. 65,772 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Calumet Baking Powder Company. (See Barnes, Ed- 
ward E., assignor.) 

Calumet Steel Company. (See Knopke, Raymond C, as- 
signor.) 

Calumet Steel Company. (See Porter, Sidney S., as- 
signor.) 

Calvert, Cecil, and J. F. Duhamel, Washington, D. C. 
Shock absorber. 1,512,455 ; Oct. 21. 

Calvert, John G., and D. C. Clinton, Oakland, Calif. 
Butter cutter. 1,505,945 ; Aug. 26. 

Calvert, Robert, K. L. Dern, and G. A. Alles, Lompoe, 
Calif. Diatomaceous-eartu product and making the 
same. 1,502,547; July 22. 

Calvert, Walter R., sr., Louisville, Ky. Pothook. 
1,497,208 ; June 10. 

Calvete, Isidoro, London, England. Electric switch. 
1,493,017 ; May 6. 

Cambern, Arthur F., et al. (See De Paye, Jean, assignor.) 

Camblin, Laurence C, Tulsa, Okla. Pump plunger. 
1.497,541 ; June 10. 

Camblin, Robert G., assignor of one-half to A. E. Ed- 
mondson, Bartlrsville, Okla. Cut-off valves. 

1,510,038 ; Sept. 30. 

Camblin, Robert G., Bartlesville, assignor of one-fourth 
to T. E. Miller, Kaw City, Okla. Headlight-controlling 
means. 1,511,105; Oct. 7. 

Cainby, Amos G., Detroit, Mich. Automobile top. 
1,521,073 ; Dec. 30. 

Camden, Andrew B., assignor, hy mesne assignments, of 
one-half to E. M. Scott, Duraiit, Okla. Tool for treat- 
ing razor strops. 1,40().7G6: .Vpr. 1."). 

Camelo, •Nicholas, and T. Dombrowski, assignors to 
Oneida Sani-Seat Company, Inc., Rome, N. Y. Vending 
machine. 1,500,813; Sept. 2. 

Cameron. Alexander E., assignor to NarragansPtt Elec- 
tric Lighting Company, Providence, R. I. Dlstrinu- 
(ion valve. 1,514,310; Nov. 4. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Cameron, Angus B. (See Muse, John B., assignor.) 

Cameron Can Macliinery Company. (See Cameron, Wil- 
liam, assijiuor. ) 

Cameron, Charles E., Newark, N. J. Position-rectifying 
device for the rolls of player pianos. 1,479,G4G ; 
Jan. 1. 

Cameron, Charles E., Merchantville, N. J. Hame. 
1.4;).i,507 ; Way 27. 

Cameron, D. Herdman, et al. (See Curry, T. W., and 
Godfrey, assignors.) 

Cameron, George W., deceased, Hondo, Tex. ; Mrs. M. E. 
Cameron, executrix. Tool. 1,516,229 ; Nov. 18. 

Cameron, George W., deceased, Hondo, Tex. ; M. E. 
Cameron, executrix. Signal. 1.518,176 ; Dec. 9. 

Cameron, Harry S., Houston, Tex. Packing for valves 
and pistons. 1,498,610 ; June 24. 

Cameron, James A., and G. B. Birch, assignors to Cameron 
Machine Compauv, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mill-roll stand. 
1,481,346 ; Jan. 22. 

Cameron, James A., and G. B. Birch, assignors to Cam- 
eron Machine Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mill-roll 
stand. 1,506,883 ; Sept. 2. 

Cameron, John A. 11., et al., trustees. (See Remillard, 
Joseph O., assignor.) 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Cameron, J. A., and 
Birch, assignors.) 

Cameron, Mrs. Mollie E., executrix. (See Cameron, 
George W.) 

Cameron, Neil S., Tacoma, Wash. Steering-gear stabilizer 
for automobiles. 1,485,763 ; Mar. 4. 

Cameron, I'erley \V., West Haven, Conn. Kitchen uten- 
sil. 1,487,917 ; Mar. 25. 

Cameron, Robert T.. Memphis, Teuu.. assignor to Beauty 
Products Company, New York, N. Y. Comb. 1,518,388 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Cameron, Thomas C, assignor to Grand Rapids Show 
Case Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Combination cor- 
nice and pilaster for store furniture. Des. 63,77U ; 
Jan. 15. 

Cameron, Thomas C, assignor to Grand Rapids Show 
Case Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Combination cor- 
nice and pilaster for store furniture. Des. 63,771 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Cameron, Thomas C, assignor to Grand Rapids Show 
Case Company, Grand Raiiids, Mich. Combination cor- 
nice and pilaster for store furniture. Des. 63,772 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Cameron, Thomas C, assignor to Grand Rapids Show 
Case Company, Grand Rapids, INIich. Combination cor- 
nice and pilaster for store furniture. Des. 63,773 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Cameron, Thomas C, assignor to Grand Rapids Show 
Case Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Combination cor- 
nice and pilaster for store furniture. Des. 63,774 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Cameron, Thomas C, assignor to Grand Rapids Show 
Case Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Combination cor- 
nice and pilaster for store furniture. Des. 63,775 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Cameron, Viola R., New York, N. Y. Fuel-charge-treating 
device. 1,481,411 ; Jan. 22. 

Cameron, Viola K., New York. N. Y. Fuel-charge-treating 
device. 1,481.412; Jan. 22. 

Cameron, Viola R., New York, N. Y. Fuel-charge-troating 
device. ]. 481,413; Jan. 22. 

Cameron, Will J., Chicago, 111. Dental pulp tester. 
1,499,341 ; July 1. 

Cameron, Will J.. Chiciigo, 111. Illuminated tongue de- 
pressor. 1,510,304 ; Sept. 30. 

Cameron, William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Company, Chicago, 111. Can-end curling and stacking 
mechanism. 1,499,097; June 24. 

Camincz, Harold, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rotary pump for 
hydraulic transmission. 1,496.704 ; June 3. 

Cammen, Leon, New York, N. Y. Centrifugal casting. 
1,490,589 ; Apr. 15. 

Camp, Carl C, Peoria, 111., assignor to Peoria Auto. Sig- 
nal Co. Signaling device for automobiles. 1,493,468; 
May 13. 

Camp, Curtis B., trustee. (See Bracke, Robert F., as- 
signor.) 

Camp, Curtis B., et al, trustees. (See Chandler, Milford 
<;., ns.signor.) 

Camp, Ervin M., Chicago, 111., assignor to J. A. Ferguson, 
Denver, Colo. Concrete - block - forming machine. 
1,403.732; May 13. 

Camp, Ervin M., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, of one-half to United Cement Prodticts 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Forming concrete prod- 
ucts by vibratory moan.<!. 1,513,801 ; Nov. 4. 

Camp, Ervin M., Chicago. 111. Molding machine for 
shaping plastic material out of concrete and other 
material. 1,519,902 ; Dec. 16. 

Camp, Frederick. (See Koenig, E. H., and Camp.) 

Camp. Olive V., Denver, Colo. Catamenial sack. 
I,4n4.0()0; May 3 3. 

Camp. Onofre. Bnrranqnilla, Colombia. Aerial ti'ansport 
system. 1,500.613 ; Aug. 26. 

Cam]), Percy B., Maywood, 111., assignor to Universal 
Draft Gear Attachment Company. Winding mech- 
anism. 1,494,414; May 20. 



Camp, Percy B., Maywood, 111., assignor to Universal 
Draft Gear Attachment Company. Brake mechanism 
for railway ears. 1,499,342 ; July 1. 

Camp, Percy B., Maywood, 111., assignor to Universal 
Draft Gear Attachment Company. Winding mechanism. 
1,520,805; Dec. ;iO. 

Camp, Vaughn. (See Davis, Lewis K., assignor.) 

Camp, Warner H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. 
Miller, Atlanlu, Ga. Baliug'press. 1,521,429 ; Dec. 30. 

Campana, George G., New York, N. Y., assignor to E. O. 
l''rederics. Permaueut-hair-waying device. 1,508,675 ; 
Sept. 16. 

Campau, Merle G., Oconto, Nebr. Lens diaphragm. 
1,4S7,536; Mar. 18. 

Campbell, A. S., Company. (See Campbell, Alphonso S., 
assignor.) 

Campbell, Alphonso S., West Medford, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to A. S. Campbell Company, Boston, Mass. 
Window for vehicles. 1,501,702; July 15. 

Cami3bell, Alphonso S., West Medford, assignor to A. S. 
Campbell Company, Boston, Mass. Curtain window. 
1,501,703; July 15. 

Campbell, Andrew, Newcastle, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia, assignor to The Broken Hill Proprietary Com- 
pany, Limited. Open-hearth furnace. 1,495,725 ; 
May 27. 

Campbell, Andrew C, Waterbury, Conn. Machine for 
feeding wire. 1,495,5US ; May -7. 

Campbeil, Argyie, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Railway-car construc- 
tion. 1,485,329 ; Feb. 26. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Car-door operating mecn- 
aulsm. I,4«6,y49 ; Mar. 18. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Load-discharging car. 
I,4a7,202; Mar. 18. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Car. I,487.2u3 ; Mar. is. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Door-operating mecha- 
nism. 1,515,832 ; Nov. 18. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Dump car. 1,515,833 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Door-operating mech- 
anism. 1,515,834 ; Nov. 18. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Hopper dump car. 
1,515,835 ; Nov. 18. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Operating mechanism for 
dump-cai-door raising and supporting shafts. 
1.5:^u,li95 ; Dt c. 30. 

Caiiipliell, Argyle, a.ssignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
nuiit Company, Chicago, 111. Load-discharging car. 
1. 520.696 : Dec. 30. 

Campbell, Arthur B., Bridgeport, Conn. Chair-leg 
cushion. 1.518.771 ; Dec. 9. 

Campbell, Artis C, Tulsa, Okla. Treating pipe lines. 
1,513,371; Oct. 28. 

Campbell, Benjamin L., St. Louis, assignor of one-half 
to P. G. O'Haver, Webster Groves, Mo. Charge-form- 
ing device for internal-combustion engines. 1,505,697 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Camijbell, Bert, Miami, Fla. Transmission gearing. 
1,496,921 ; June 10. 

Campbell. Charles A.. New York, N. Y. Lighting globe. 
Des. 66,223 ; Dec. 16. 

Campbell, Charles M., Cleveland, and W. H. Smith, East 
Cleveland, Ohio. Machine lor making cocks and fau- 
cets. 1,481,856; Jan. 29. 

Campbell, Charles W. R.. Germiston, Transvaal, and 
F. G. A. Roberts, Parktown, Johannesburg, Transvaal, 
South Africa. Optical system. 1,480.302; Mar. 11. 

Campbell, Colin J., East Orange, assignor to Standard 
Auto Parts Company of America, Newark, N. J. Guide. 
1,483,778; Feb. 12. 

Campbell, Daniel, Philadelphia, Pa. Vehicle lamp 
. 1,503,114 ; July 29. 

Campbell, David N. E., administrator. (See Walker, 
Charles W.) 

Campbell, Donald J., et al., trustees. (See Warren, John 
R., assignor.) 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Pneu- 
matic sand-ramming machine. 1,492,352 ; Apr. 29. 

Campbell. Donald J.. Muskegon Heights, Mich. Molding 
machine. 1,492,353 ; Apr. 29. 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Mold- 
drawing apparatus. 1,492. .354 ; Apr. 29. 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights. Mich. Air- 
operated molding apparatus. 1,492,3.")5 ; Apr. 29. 

Campbell, Duncan J., Glasgow Station, Ontario, Canad.i. 
Land cleaning and cultivator machine. 1,494,45S ; 
May 20. 

Campliell, Elbert L., assignor of one-half to L. S. Fisher, 
Tacoma, Wash. Pump. 1,519,664; Dec. 16. 

Campbell, Ernest P., Stookton, Calif. Adjustable cyl- 
inder reamer. 1,484.207; Feb. 19. 

Campliell, Fretlrick D., and O. E. T. Schuetzc, Tacoma, 
Wa.sh. Uncoupling means. 1,493,804; May 13. 



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Campbell, George A., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
,caii Telephone and Telegraph Company. Wave filter. 
1,493,600 ; May 13. 

Campbell, George E., assignor to Tbe Wheland Company, 
Chattanooga, Teun. Tilt Shalt tor band mills. 
1.480.632 ; Mar. 11. 

Campbell, George L., Philadelphia, Pa. Incinerator. 
1,483,571 ; Feb. 12. 

Campbell, George L., Philadelphia, II. R. Noll, Williams- 
port, and H. G. Davis, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to S. P. Curtiss, Philadelphia, Pa. Electric 
traction system. 1,510,383 ; Sept. 30. 

Campbell, George W., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Hood for 
typewriting machines. Des. 65,161 ; July 15. 

Campbell, George W., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. 1,482,733 ; Feb. 5. 

Campbell, Gerald K., Parks, Tex. Brake. 1,508,216 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Campbell, Guy E. S., London, England. Hand covering. 
1,479,771 ; Jan. 1. 

Campbell, Harry, Chicago, 111. Elevating and tilting 
device for automobiles. 1,519,357 ; Dec. 16. 

Campbell, Harry E., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Camp- 
bell Metal Window Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Slid- 
able window sash. 1,502,644 ; July 22. 

Campbell, Harry E., assignor to Campbell Metal Window 
Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Automatic closing device 
for windows. 1,518,632 ; Dec. 9. 

Campbell, Helen, Yakima, Wash., assignor of one-half 
to F. Girtanner, Los Angeles, Calif. Amusement de- 
vice. 1,509,750 ; Sept. 23. 

Campbell, Henry A., Oakland, Calif. Universal cooking 
machine. 1,507,883 ; Sept. 9. 

Campbell, Henry A., Oakland, Calif. Cooking machine. 
1,512,674; Oct. 21. 

Campbell, Hudson S., Clarksburg, W. Va. Drawing sheet 
glass. 1,505,584 ; Aug. 19. 

Campbell, Hugh L., Nashville, Tenn. Tip for laces. 
1,495,160 ; May 27. 

Campbell, Jacob W., Wendel, Pa. Mine drill. 1,518,250; 
Dec. 9. 

Campbell, James C. (See Hatcher, O. M., and Campbell.) 

Campbell, John A., Carbondale, 111. Headlight indicator. 
1,486,011 ; Mar. 4. 

Campbell, John A., Carbondale, 111. Hatrack for auto- 
mobiles. 1,503,298; July 29. 

Campbell, John D., assignor to Detroit Stoker Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Driving mechanism for stokers. 
1.493,188 ; May 6. 

Campbell, John G., assignor to Delco-Llght Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Electrical apparatus. 1,509,666 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Campbell, John G., assignor to Delco-Light Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Flywheel fan. 1,519.903 ; Doc. 16. 

Campbell, Julian B., Hallsville, Mo. Weeder. 1,499,051 ; 
June 24. 

Campbell, Lawrence B., Washington, D. C. Combined 
envelope and display medium. 1,516,563 ; Nov. 25. 

Campbell, Layard, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Twist Seal Company, Chicago, 111. Ap- 
plying bale ties. 1,499,096; June 24. 

Campbell, Lewis G., assignor to The Puritan Cabinet 
Dryer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Clothes drier. 
1,521.274 ; Dec. 30. 

Campbell, Lorn, jr., Minneapolis, Minn. Acetylene-gas 
generator. 1,480,597 ; Jan. 15. 

Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Campbell, 
Harry E., assignor.) 

Campbell, Metzger & Jacobson. (See Bernstein, Max M., 
assignor.) 

Campbell, Philip A., Vancouver, British Columbia, Can- 
ada. Cutter. 1,489,658; Apr. 8. 

Cnnipbell, Philip A., Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada. Lawn mower. 1,511,501 ; Oct. 14. 

Campbell, Robert F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pendant for watch- 
cases. 1,407,484 ; June 10. 

Campbell, Robert P., Attica, Kans. Power-generating 
windmill. 1,489,817 ; Apr. 8. 

Campbell, Ronald E., Columbia, S. C. Advertising device. 
1,493,102; May 6. 

Campbell, Samuel S., Maryville, Tenn. Portable shower 
bath. 1,479,367 ; Jan. 1. 

Campbell, Scott E., Los Angeles, Calif. Reenforced cement 
tile strucluie. 1,521.430 ; Dec. 30. 

Campbell, Solomon A., assignor to The Allen Manufactur- 
ing Company, Hartford, Conn. Socket wrench. 
1,489,696; Apr. 8. 

Campbell, Sterling H., St. Louis, Mo. Coupler release 
rigging. 1,482,884 ; Feb. 6. 

Campbell, Sterling H., St. Louis, Mo. Coupler release 
rigging. 1,482,885; Feb. 5. 

Campbell, Sterling H., assignor to Railway Devices Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Hand brake mechanism. 
l,49r,378 ; Apr. 22. 

Campbell, Sterling H., assignor to Railway Devices Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Connection for pin lifters. 
1,495,987 ; Juno 3. 

Campbell, Sterling II., assignor to Railway Devices Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Coupler release rigging. 
1,498,999 ; June 24. 



Campbell, Sterling H,, St. Louis, Mo. Brake-shoe key. 
1,5u2,4.j9 : July 22. 

Canii>bell, Sterling H., St. Louis, Mo. Coupler-release 
rigging. 1,508,379 ; Sept. 16. 

Campbell, Sterling H., bt. Louis, Mo. Coupler-release 
rigging. 1,508,380 ; Sept. 16. 

Campbell, Sterling H., assignor to Railway Devices Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Coupler-release rigging. 
1,508,381 ; Sept. 16. 

Campbell, Thaddeus C, Rutherford, N. J., assignor to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Shaft coupling. 1,501,647 ; July 15. 

Campbell, Thomas B., jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus 
for drawing sheet glass. 1,508,049 ; Sept. 9. 

Campbell, Thomas H., Temple, Tex. Phonograph attach- 
ment. 1,509,540 ; Sept. 23. 

Campbell, AVilfred, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Steam-turbine rotor and avoid- 
ing wave phenomena therein. 1,502,903 ; July 29. 

Campbell, Wilfred, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Elastic-fluid turbine rotor and 
avoidiiig tangential bucket vibration therein. 1,502,904 ; 
July 29. 

Campbell, William S. (See Waechter, F. F., and Camp- 
bell.) 

Campbell, William W., Yokohama, Japan. Hatch-cover 
fitting. 1,510,305 ; Sept. 30. 

Campbell, William W., Yokohama, Japan. Cleat. 
1,510,306 ; Sept. 30. 

Ca.aipion, Jane, Chico, Calif. Hen - marking device. 
1,501,200 ; July 15. 

Campodonico, Alcibiades, Lima, Peru. Dental instru- 
ment and mirror. 1,500,798 ; July 8. 

Camporini, Augustine G., Chicago, HI. Shock absorber. 
1,480,663; Jan. 15. 

Canada Cycle & Motor Company. (See McLinden, Wil- 
liam J., assignor.) 

Canaday, Charles B., Anderson, Ind. Bag fastener. 
1,488,864 ; Apr. 1. 

Canadian Electro Products Company Limited. (See Math- 
eson, Howard W., assignor.) 

Canadian Linderman Company. (See Shaw, William C, 
assignor.) 

Canal, Jose L., assignor to F., J., and D. J. Torres Gener, 
Habana, Cuba. Display receptacle. 1,410,763 ; Oct. 7. 

Canan, Keith, Marion, Ind. Wrench. 1,511,395 ; Oct. 14. 

Canavan, William F., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Safety 
closure for wall openings. 1,479,452 ; Jan. 1. 

Canavera, Baptiste F., St. Louis, Mo. Brickkilns. 
1,479,368 ; Jan. 1. 

Candee, Andrew H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Air con- 
ductor for railway motors. 1,481,888 ; Jan. 29. 

Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Cut- 
out-switch apparatus. 1,492,157 ; Apr. 29. 

Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing (Company. Control 
apparatus. 1,515,143 ; Nov. 11. 

Candee, L., & Company. (See Babcock, Pearl D., as- 
signor.) 

Candee, L., & Company. (See Clements, Eugene E., as- 
signor. ) 

Candee, L., & Company. (See Patten, Ernest L., as- 
signor.) 

Candee, L., & Company. (See Polleys, Herbert R., as- 
signor.) 

Candee, Raphael R., McKittrick, Calif. Bailer bottom. 
1,505,624 ; Aug. 19. 

Candia, Lillian S., New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 65,800 : 
Oct. 21. 

Candler, De Forest W., assignor to G. M. Holley, De- 
troit, Mich. Casting of iron in permanent iron molds. 
1,484,297 ; Feb. 19. 

Candler, De Forest W., assignor to G. M. Holley, Detroit, 
Mich. Means for cooling permanent metal molds. 
1,492,017 ; Apr. 29. 

Candler, De Forest W., assignor to G. M. Holley, Detroit, 
Midi. Casting machine. 1,493,469 ; May 13. 

Candlisb, William C, New Rochelle, assignor to J. R. 
Palmenberg's Sons, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pedestal 
for merchandise-display fixtures. Des. 65,099 ; July 8. 

Candy, Albert M. (See Eschholz, O. H., and Candy.) 

Canedy-Otto Mfg. Co. (See Cole. Frank L.. iissi;;nor. ) 

Canedy-Otto Mfg. Co. (See Werth, George F., assignor.) 

CanoUcs, John, Duluth, Minn. Supplemental lock and 
key device. 1.520.806; Dec. 80, 

Canfield, Arthur J., and E. R. Viberg, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Forged 
Steel Yoke Corporation, New York, N. Y'. Forged truck 
side frame and making same. 1,489,424; Apr. 8. 

Canfield, Benjamin E., Holton, Kans. Camping outfit. 
1,499,972; July 1. 

Canfield, Tlmrlow W., Murdo, S. Dak. Film-clamping 
means for picture reels. 1,497,106; June 10. 

Canfield, Wallace, Taft, Calif. Qa.'* burner for boilers 
and other furnaces. 1,510,039 ; Sept. 30. 

Canfield, Wallace, and J. A. Brucke, Taft, Calif. Tool 
for removing and replacing bushings. 1,496,451 ; 
June 3. 

Canfield, Wallace, and P. R. G. Biedermann, Taft, Calif. 
Reenforcing sleeve for rotary drill pipe. 1,516,911 ; 
Nov. 25. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Canfield, William G., St. Louis, Mo. Window refrigera- 
tor. 1,517,148 ; Nov. 25. 

Canizaro. Peter C, Vicksburg, Miss. Shoe-tongue device. 
1,517,704 ; Dec. 2. 

Cann, Arthur T. (See Murphy, J. J., and Cann.) 

Cannaday, Charles li., Washington, _D. C. Inside-door 
protector and gangboard. 1,497, 4So ; June 10. 

Cannady, Ezra H., Kansas City, Mo. Curbing. 
1,509,800 ; Sept. 30. 

Cannan, James E., Utica, N. Y. Side stake for flat cars. 
1,509,708 ; Sept. 23. 

Cannell, William, et al. (See Rath, Albert, assignor.) 

Canner, Albert D., Camp Holabird, Md. Lathe tool. 
1,515,591 ; Nov. 18. 

Canning, George A., South Deerfield, Mass. Tool for 
removing automobile headlights. 1,489,738 ; Apr. 8. 

Canning, James, assignor to Lane Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Montpelier, Vt. Circular sawing machine. 
1,491,287 ; Apr. 22. 

Canning, James, assignor to Lane Manufacturing Com 
pany, Montpelier, Vt. Abrading and polishing ma- 
chine. 1,496,522 ; June 8. 

Canning, John E., deceased, Denver, Colo. ; S. C. Warner, 
administrator, assignor to The Dental Specialty Com- 
pany. Dental mandrel. 1,501,269 ; July 15. 

Cannon, Edsen L., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Erie Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Paint 
mixer. 1,504,867 ; Aug. 12. 

Cannon, Frank, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Vehicle signal. Des. 
64,530; Apr. 29. 

Cannon, John H., Shreveport, La. Fencepost. 1,520,326 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Cannon, Lester H. (See Keller, C. W., and Cannon.) 

Cannon, OUver C, Wilkinsburg, Pa. Direction indicator. 
1,487,537 ; Mar. 18. 

Cannon, Roscoe S., Rock Hill, S. C. Electric stove. 
1,484,170; Feb. 19. 

Cannon, William A., Carmel, Calif. Valve tester. 
1,514,033 ; Nov. 4. 

Cannone, William D., and H. Blank, Caney, Kans. Coffee 
urn. 1,491,196 ; Apr. 22. 

Canon, Frank A., Crafton, Pa., assignor to The Barrett 
Company. Manufacture of aromatic sulphonic acids. 
1,503,937 ; Aug. 5. 

Canon, Glen L., Carson, Iowa. Calculator. 1,503,299 ; 
July 29. 

Cans, Paul, Antoine J. M. Barth^emy dit, Paris, France. 
Rope-gripping device. 1.516,564 ; Nov. 25. 

Canter, Morris, South Norwalk, Conn. Fleshing ma- 
chine. 1,515,836; Nov. 18. 

Canterbury, Walter C, Beckley, W. Va. Mine door. 

1,510.208 ; Sept. 30. 
'Cantieny, Georg, assignor to Koblenscheidungs-Gesell- 
sehaft m. b. H., Nuremberg, Germany. Apparatus for 
the distillation of coal and other bituminous fuels. 
1.495.573; May 27. 

Canton Clothes Dryer Company, The. (See Shanks, John 
S., assignor.) 

Canton Culvert and Silo Company, The. (See Schlafly, 
Julius H., assignor.) 

Canton, Harold 1'., Uuion Hill, N. J., assignor to G & G 
Atlas Systems, Inc., New York, N. Y. Cash carrier. 
1,505,542 ; Aug. 19. 

Cantoni, Mario. (See Picket, Lucien, and Canfoni.) 

Cantrell, Joseph T., assignor to J. T. Cantrell & Com- 
pany, Huntington, N. Y. Latch. 1,508,540; Sept. 16. 

Cantrell, J. T., & Company. (See Cantrell, Joseph T., 
assignor.) 

Cantwell. Floyd A., Irving, Kans. Circuit controller. 
1,511,502 ; Oct. 14. 

Cape, Ira F. (See Thompson. W. H., and Cape.) 

Capece, Joseph N., Astoria, N. Y. Combined door-lock- 
mountlng unit. 1,483,333 ; Feb. 12. 

Capebeart, William S. (See Martin, James M., assignor.) 

Capitol Brass Works. (See Benjamin, Oscar P., as- 
signor.) 

Capitol Shade Roller Company, The. (See Breneman, 
Harry C, assignor.) 

Capo, Edward G. (See Llora. F. F., and Capo.) 

Capobianco, Michael A., Glen Cove, N. Y. Spark-plug- 
cleaning device. 1,511,106 ; Oct. 7 

Capparella, Thomas, assignor of one-third to L. H. 
Greve, New York, N. Y. Dispensing machine. 1,517,952 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Cappellanti, Harry, assignor of one-half to A. D. Lavin- 
der, Morgantown, W. Va. Gas-flow alarm. 1,511,653; 
Oct. 14. 

Cappellanti, Harry, Morgantown, W. Va. Circuit closer 
for alarms. 1.520,169; Doc. 23. 

Capra, Benedetto, Sacramento, Calif. Doorcheck. 
1,487,717 ; Mar. 25. 

Capronl, Gianni, Milan, Italy. Cooling system. 
1,493,242 ; May 6. 

Caproni, Gianni, Milan, Italy. Flying machine. 
1,508,774 ; Sept. 16. 

Capronl, Gianni, Milan, Italy. Flying machine. 
1,508,775; Sept. 16. 

Caps, Arthur W., Kansas City, Mo. Paper reel. 
1,482.912 ; Feb. 6. 

Caps, Arthur W., Topeka, Kans., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to O. D. Collls, Clinton, Iowa. Clutch. 
1,482,544; Feb. 5. 



Caps, John E., Wilmette, HI. Water-softening apparatus. 
1,495.317; May 27. 

CapstafE, John G., and N. B. Green, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Motion-picture ap- 
paratus. 1.486.226: Mar. 11. 

Capstaff, John G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Protecting films and loading same bi 
cameras. 1.510.738 ; Oct. 7. 

Capstan Glass Company. (See Kucera, Peter, assignor.) 

Caputo, Louis. East Boston. Mass. Concrete-block-mold- 
ins: niacliine. 1.516.710 ; Nov. 25. 

Carabillo, Nicholas, Hartford, Conn. Lathing. 1,496,207; 
June 3. 

Caracristi, Virginius Z. (See Muhlfeld, J. E., and Cara- 
cristi.) 

Caracristi. Virginius Z., Bronxville, N. Y. Boiler. 
1.518.899 : Dec. 9. 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to 
Locomotive Pulverized Fuel Company. Pulverlzed-fuel- 
burning apparatus. 1,492,775 ! May 6. 

Caraftlidis. James, Sabraton, W. Va. Smoker's pipe. 
1.505.861 ; Aug. 19. 

Caramanico, Louis, Philadelphia, Pa Device for clean- 
ing and treating the ear. 1,512,274 ; Oct. 21. 

Carbery. James L., Rock Hill. S. C. Steam cooking ap- 
paratus. 1,502,172 ; July 22. 

Carbic Limited. (See Them, Hermann, assignor.) 

Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Cnrme, 
George O. .T.. assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Cnrme, 
Henry R., assignor.) 

Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Edwards, 
Harry D., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Irvine, 
J. C., and Ha worth, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Mc- 
Elroy, Karl P.. as-signor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See M«r- 
sereau, Gail, assignor.) 

Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Thomp- 
son, Harold E.. assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See 
Young. Charles O., assignor.) 

Carbn-Gas Company, The. (See De Clalrmont, Adollo, as- 
signor.) 

Caibo-Oxygen Company. (See Harris, John, assignor.) 

Carbo Oxvgen Company. (See Rose. James R., assignor.) 

Carho, Pedro G., New York, N. Y. Helicopter. 1,493,018 ; 
May 6. 

Carbcclte Company, The. (See Wisner, Clarence B., 
assignor ) 

Carbone, Tito L.. Zurich, Switzerland. Change-speed gear. 
1,481.687 ; .Tan. 22. 

Carbornndum Company, The. (See Hartmann, Miner L., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Tone, Frank J., 
assignor.) 

Card, Earl J., and J. E. Turner, assignors to Art Metal 
Construction Company. Jamestown, N. Y. Posting 
tray or the like. 1.497,486; June 10. 

Card, Frederic M., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Tke 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Plcot- 
edglng attachment for sewing machines. 1,479,893 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Cardnrelli. Emilio, Boston, Mass. Extension stepladder. 
1,515,010; Nov. 11. 

Garden, Harrv F.. Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Cattle guard. 

1.518.772 ; Dec. 9. 

Garden, Harrv F., Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Lock washer. 

1. 518. 773 ; Doc. 9. 

Carder. Frederick, assignor to Corning Glass Works, 
Corning. N. Y. Pitcher. Des. 64.048 ; Feb. 26. 

Cardinl, Luigi, Milan, Italy. Pneumatic rotary motor. 
1,488,528; Apr. 1. 

Cnrdullo. Forrest K. fSee Hunt. H. W.. and Cardullo.) 

Cardullo, Forrest E., assignor to The G. A. Gray Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Driving gear for metal plan- 
ers. 1,493,145 ; May 6. 

Cardullo, Forrest E., and C. T. Hummel, assignors to The 
G. A. Gray Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. Gib for slides 
for machine tools and other mechanism. 1.485.016; 
Feb. 26. 

Carduner, William, assignor of one-half to S. Mandel, New 
York, N. Y. Combination electric fan and heater. 
1,490,960; Apr. 22. 

Cardwell. Allen D., Rockville Center, N. Y. Tall light. 
1,514.653: Nov. 11. 

Cardwell, Allen 1)., assignor to American Telegraph Type- 
writer Company, Brooklyn, N, Y. Telegraph trans- 
lator and circuits therefor. 1.500.486; July 8. 

Cardwell, George A., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
National Electric Distributor Corporation. Electric dis- 
tributing system. 1,504,542 ; Aug. 12. 

Cardwell, John W., assignor of one-half to F. Z. Stover, 
Republic, Kans. Oiler for poultry and animals. 
1.500.290 : Aug. 26. 

Cardwell, Thomas, Sedalia, Mo. Lubricator. 1,500,799; 
July 8. 

Caretta, Bttore, Turin, Italy. Lifting jack. 1,492,158: 
Apr. 29. 

Caretta, Ettore, Turin, Italy. Lifting jack. 1,492,159; 
Apr. 29. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



101 



Carey, Charles D. (See Stevenson, Edwin W., assignor.) 

Carey, Ezra O., Marion, Ind. Windmill. 1,509,472 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Carey, James P., New York, N. Y. Flexible shaft coupling. 
1,479,583 ; Jan. 1. 

Carey, John, Wichita, Kans. Sliming, fermenting, and 
cleaning of small intestines of swine. l,4t>7,0S8 ; 
June 10. 

Carey, John N., Oalsmont, I'a. Charging device. 1,483,278 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Big- 
ler, Oscar A., assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Moone, 
Albert E. 1''., assignor.; 

Carey, Richard F., Moore, Pa. Sand-boring implement. 
1,479,894 ; Jan. 8. 

Caj-ey, Robert R., W. L. Lukens, and L. N. D. Mixsell, as- 
signors to Bethlehem Steel Company, Bethlehem, Pa. 
Percussion fuse. Rel5,933 ; Oct. 21. 

Carey, Ross, Klein, Mont. Cable release for cameras. 
1,513,444 ; Oct. 28. 

Carey, Ihomas W., jr.. New Orleans, La. Demonstrator. 
1,512,745 ; Oct. 21. 

Cargile, Cheslev B., St. Paul, Minn. Drilling machine. 
1,484,809 ; Feb. 26. 

Carnart, George C. (See Brown, A. T., and Carhart.) 

Carhart, George C. (See Lipe, \V. C, and Carliart.) 

Carhart, George C. (See Sweet, H. W., and Carhart.) 

Carhart, George C, assignor to Browu-Llpe Gear Com- 
pany, Syracuse, N. Y. Differential gearing. 1,481,889 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Carhart, George C, assignor to The Brown-Lipe Gear 
Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Clutch-operating mecha- 
nism. 1,495, o74 ; May 27. 

Caribbean Fruit Corporation. (See Duffy, James K., 
assignor. ) 

Caribonum Limited. (See Ayliffe, Harry, assignor.) 

Caribouum Company, The. (See AylifCe, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

CarichofC, Eugene R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electromagnet. 1,503,090 ; 
July 29. 

CarichofC, Eugeue R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Magnetic blow-out device. 
1,.503.091 ; July 29. 

Carichoff, Eugeue R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electromagnetically-operated 
device. 1,503,980; Aug. 5. 

CarichofC, Eugene K., Bclienectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. System of selective con- 
trol. 1,508,359 ; Sept. 9. 

Carichoff, Eugene R., assignor to General Electric Com- 
pany, Schenectady, N. Y. Electric-arc welding. 
1,508,742; Sept. 16. 

CarichofC, Eugene R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electromagnetically-operated 
device. 1,503,981 ; Aug. 5. 

Carichoff, Eugene R., and B. W. Jones, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Elec- 
tromagnetic switch. 1,500,800; July 8. 

Carino, Jose M., Washington, D. C. Automatic carriage- 
reversing mechanism for typewriters. 1,509,228 : 
Sept. 23. 

Carlberg, Walfred F., Sisseton, S. Dak. Excavating 
shovel or scraper. 1,500,104 ; July 8. 

Carle, Fredrick, and S. Puschko, Newark, N. J. Clamp. 
1,492,201 ; Apr. 2!). 

Carle, Harold, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to P. N. Burt Com- 
pany, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Machine for 
making boxes. 1,481,347 ; Jan. 22. 

Carleton, Gideon W. and H. O., New York, N. Y. ; said 
Gideon W. Carleton assignor to said H. O. Carleton. 
Film-drying apparatus. 1,479,453 ; Jan. 1. 

Carleton, Herbert O. (See Carleton, Gideon W. and 
H. O.) 

Carleton, Robert A. (See Hadley, F. V., and Carleton.) 

Carley, Leonard R., Watertown, assignor to The Patent 
Button Company, Waterbury, Conn. Button. Des. 
66.275; Dec. 23. 

Carley, Leonard R., Watertown, and G. H. Kay, Pros- 
pect, Conn. Combined package and toy. 1,507,662 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Carley, Leonard R., Watertown, and G. H. Kay, Pros- 
pect, Conn. Combined package and toy. 1,507,663 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Carify, Leonard R., assignor to The Patent Button Com- 
pany, Wateiliurv, Conn. Button. 1,521,431 ; Dec. 30. 

Carll, John F., Redwood City, Calif. Traffic signal. 
Dps. 64,728 ; May 27. 

Carlln, Arvid F., Mamaroneck, N. Y. Combined shelf 
and bracket. 1,500,487 ; July 8. 

Carllng, William T., Guildford, England. Variable-sneed 
gearing. 1.486,565: Mar. 11. 

Carlozzl, Louis J.. Gamboa, Canal Zone. Device for use in 
drawing objects. 1,490,659; Apr. 15. 

Carlsen, Edmund V. (See Sclionk, Edward C., assignor.) 

Carlson, Alfred, Klamath Falls, Oreg. Power-transmit- 
ting device. 1,493,601 ; May 13. 

Carlson, Androv 11., as.signor to Instant Electric Water 
Heater Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Electric water- 
heating system. 1,512,405 ; Oct. 21, 

Carlson, Anthony E., Los Angeles, Calif. Jack. 
1,514,893; Nov. 11. 



Carlson, Arden C, RocanviUe, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Farm gate. 1,488,427 ; Mar. 25. 
Carlson, Arthur F., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to The 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Company, Chicago, 111. Cue. 

1,481,857 ; Jan. 29. 
Carlson, Burton G. (See Trundle, G. T., jr., and Carl- 
son.) 
Carlson, Carl E., et al. (See Fisher, Charles, assignor.) 
Carlson, Charles O., Providence, R. I. Spectacle-hinge 

construction. 1,504,212 ; Aug. 12. 
Carlson, David E., Chicago, ill. Game. 1,520,697 ; 

Dec. 30. 
Carlson, Edwin, Minneapolis, Minn. Enter lock for eleva- 
tors. 1,481,121 ; Jan. 15. 
Carlson, Gust N., Ottumwa, Iowa. Clinker tongs. 

1,497,542; June 10. 
Carlson, Gustav A., assignor to The Boye Needle Company, 

Chicago, ill. Drying machine. 1,490,590 ; Apr. 15. 
Carlson, Gustav A., assignor to The Boye Needle Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Swaging machine. 1,493,103 ; 

May 6. 
Carlson, Gustaf A., assignor to The Boye Needle Company, 

Chicago, 111. Curtain rod. 1,508,920 ; Sept. 10. 
Carlson, Guatave O., Wetherstield, assignor of one-half 

to U. Hanson, Middletown, Conn. Wrench. 1,520,170 : 

Dec. 23. • ■ 

Carlson, Gustave O., Wetherstield, assignor of one-half 

to H. Hanson, Middletown, Conn. Wrench. 1,520,171 ; 

Dec. 23. 
Carlson, Gustave O., Wethersfield, assignor of one-half 

to H. Hanson, Middletown, Conn. Wrench. 

1,520,172 ; Dec. 23. 
Carlson, Gustave O., Wethersfield, Conn., assignor to 

Mayhew Steel Products, inc.. New York, N. Y. Hand 

tool. 1,518,251; Dec. 9. 
Carlson, Gustav W., Cleveland, Ohio. Brake construc- 
tion. 1,514,077 ; Nov. 4. 
Carlson, Gustav W., assignor to The Eaton Axle & Spring 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Lubrication of automotive 

vehicle knuckles. 1,502,659 ; July 29. 
Carlson, Harold S., Daubury, Couu. Indexing device 

for multiple-thread cutting. 1,488,148 ; Mai. 25. 
Carlson, Lijaimar ^J., assiyiiur lo Kuckwuud Spi'iukler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Making 

chuck sleeves. 1,486,280 ; Mar. 11. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Crank 

handle and making the samci 1,495,318 ; Ma.y 27. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Making 

articles of pressed metal. 1,503,023 ; July 29. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Sheet- 
metal rocker arm and making the same. 1,503,263 ; 

July 29. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Air ex- 
hauster for dry-pipe systems. 1,504,811 ; Aug. 12. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Bolster 

casing. 1,504,812 ; Aug. 12. 
Carlson, Johannes R., a.ssignor to The Arrow Electric 

Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric switch. 1,506,563 ; 

Aug. 26. 
Carlson, John N., Strandburg, S. Dak. Antiskid chain 

for automobiles. 1,489.928; Apr. 8. • 

Carlson, Manual A., Waverly, Nebr. Automobile direction 

indicator. 1,491,582; Apr. 22. 
Carls<ii], Maunre .i.. Jersey City, N. J. Test indicator. 

1,485,247 ; Feb. 26. 
Carlson, Oscar F. (See Wilson, F. D., and Carlson.) 
Carlson, Oscar F., assignor to Amalgamated Machinery 

Corp., Chicago, 111. Motor vehicle. 1.500,801 ; July 8. 
Carlson, Peter J., Sioux City, Iowa. Drag. 1,509,189 ; 

Sept. 23. 
Carlson, Robert C, Chicago, 111. Reenforcing corner for 

boxes. 1,502,017; July 22. 
Carlson, Verner J. (See Brannstrom, G. V., and 

Carlson.) 
Carlson, Victor R., assignor of one-half to A. Hanson, 

Duluth, Minn. Automobile band-brake attachment. 

1,487,204 ; Mar. 18. 
Carlson, Walter C. E., Chicago, 111. Extricating device 

for motor vehicles. 1,482,382 ; Feb. 5. 
Carlson, Warden J. (See Manikowske, G., and Carlson. J 
Carlson, Wendell L. (See Carpenter, G. W., and Carlson.) 
Carlson, Wendell L., and E. C. Hanson. Washington, 

D. C. Radiotelegraph system. 1,518,655 ; Dec. 9. 
Carlson-Wenstrom Company. (See Lundgren, Jacob, as- 
signor.) 
Carlstrum, Charles G., Lakewood, Ohio. Refractory 

mortar and cement composition. 1,511,503 ; Oct. 14. 
Carl.strum, Charles G., Lakewood, Ohio. Refractory 

mortar and cement composition. 1,511,504 ; Oct. 14. 
Carlton, Jack C, assignor to The Carlton Machine Tool 

Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Transportable throttle 

device. 1 .500,365 ; July 8. 
Carlton Machine Tool Company, The. (See Carlton, 

Jack C, assignor.) 
Carlton, Norbert, and A. Kersten, assignors to John 

Dickinson & Company Limited, London, En.slnnd. 

Machine for making envelopes and the like. 1,497,324 ; 

June 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Contiiuicd. 



Carm, Annie, York, Ontario, Canada. Hat fastener. 
1,491,078; Apr. ^2. 

Carmim, Alvin O., Potterville, Hicb. Wrench. 1,500,362 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Carman, Uenslay L., Selby, S. Dak. Game. 1.501,942 ; 
July 22. 

Carman, Henry L., Flagstaff, Ariz. Saw set. 1,509,709 ; 
Sept. 23 

Carman, Herbert L., assignor to Mabie, Todd & Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Magazine pencil. 1,489,590 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Carman, James W., Seattle, Wash. Automatic hot-bos 
alarm. 1,512,456 ; Oct. 21. 

Carman, William, EUeuviUe, N. Y. Knife construction. 
l,4sy,003; Apr. 1. 

Carmans, Havaiiar V., Sherman, Tex., assignor of one- 
eighth to T. A. Petty, Bristow, Okla., one-fourth to 
L. G. Purkev and one-fourth to C. C. Purkev, Sherman, 
Tex. Boll weevil destroyer. 1,518.305 ; Dec. 9. 

Carmany, Mark L., et al. (See Woolridge, John, as- 
signor.) 

Carmean, James H., Kansas City, Mo. Electric grate. 
1,499,502; July 1. 

Carmel, Joseph, assignor to H. A. Beukeser, New York, 
N. Y. Toy palette. 1,484,613 ; Feb. 19. 

Carmeroto, Carmine M., New York, N. Y. Fire-tool sup- 
port. 1,493,189; May 6. 

Carmichael, Andrew J. (See Lent, W. F., Carmichael, and 
Greist.) 

Carmicliael, Robert E., Houston, Tex. Well cleanei. 
1,484,601; Feb. 19. 

Carmichael. Thomas B. (See Ockleston, W. H., and 
Carmichael.) 

Carmichael, William A., assignor to C. Cowles and Com- 
Ijany, New Haven, Conn. Vehicle door handle. 
1,479,026; Jan. 1. 

Carmier, Pierre R. L. A., Paris, France. Automatic firing 
gear for airplanes and airships. 1,504,676 ; Aug. 12. 

Carmine, Joseph 1'., Westport, New Zealand. Focusing 
device for hand cameras. 1,485,481 ; Mar. 4. 

Carmony, David E., Manilla, Ind. Winding-reel attach- 
ment for tractors. 1,504,939 ; Aug. 12. 

Carnahan, John W., Blackwell, Okla. Glass-delivering ap- 
paratus. 1,481,688 ; Jan. 22. 

Carnahan, Ralph W., Canton, assignor of one-fourth to O. 
G. Sigler, Cleveland, Ohio. Signal box. 1,508,743 ; 
Sept. 16. 

Carnation Milk Products Company. (See Grindrod, 

George, assignor.) 
Carnation Milk Products Company. (See Ryan, Roger 

W., assignor.) 
Carnegie, Alfred Q. (See Parsons, C. A., and Carnegie.) 
Carnes, Almus T., Kansas City, Mo. Fluid-fuel burner. 

1,509,541 ; Sept. 23. 
Carnes Artilicial LimD Company. (See Carnes, William 

T., assignor.) 
Carnes, Joseph F., Ceresco, and J. F. Haider, Battle 

Creek, Mich. Machine for mining or recovering marl 

and the like. 1,502.660 ; July 29. 
Carnes, William T., assignor to Carnes Artificial Limb 

Company, Kansas City, Mo. Phonograph. 1,495,951 ; 

May 27. 
Carnett, William W., Mountain View, Ark. Pencil clip 

or holder. 1,481,984 ; Jan. 29. 
Carnej, George A., Boston, Mass. Vehicle lock. 1,481,537 ; 

Jan. 22. 
Carney, James H., and W. A. Butchart, Denver, Colo. ; 

said Carney assignor to said Butchart. Operating 

mechanism for concentrating tables and the like. 

1,482,284 ; Jan. 29. 
Carney, Perley W., Norfolk, Va. Distributing apparatus. 

1,495,381 ; May 27. 
Carney, Ralph J., Boston, Mass. Window. 1,495,948 ; 

May 27. 
Carnochan, John W., Rochester, N. Y., a.?signor :<> A. M. 

Ecclestone, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Street 

or station indicating apparatus. 1.506,109 ; Aug. 26. 
Cams, Elliott, Boston, Mass. Comminuting or grind- 
ing macliiiie. 1.498,262: June 17. 
Carol, Charles W., Globe, Ariz. Chicken hover. 

1.507,157 ; Sept. 2. 
Carol. Charles W., Globe, Ariz. Chicken hover. 

1.519,115; Dec. 16. 
Carolyn Laundry. (See Lane, Edwin, assignor.) 
Caroii Brothers Incorporated. (See Lavalle, Joseph O. 

W., assignor.) 
Caron Corporation. (See Daltroff, Ernest, assignor.) 
Caron, Louis G., and T. J. Fuqua, Washington, D. C. 

Nut. 1.510,492 : Oct. 7. 
Caron, Martlnus H., The Hague, Netherlands, assignor 

to Clevengor & Caron, Boston, Mass. Recovering 

values from nickel and cobalt-nickel ores. 1,487,145; 

Mar. 18. 
Caronti, Virgilio, Chicago, 111. Performance pedestal. 

1,482,910; Feb. 5. 
Carotliers, John N., and A. B. Gerber, Annlston, assignors 

to Federal Phosphorus Company, Birmingham, Al;i. 

Removal of lluorine compounds from phosphoric acid. 

1,487,205 : Mar. 18. 
Carpenter, Allan O.. Corning, N. Y., assignor to Ingor- 

soU-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Power unit. 

1,488,329; Apr. 1. 



Carpenter, .^llan O., Corning, and J. Le Valley, Painted 
Post, N. Y., assignors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, 
Jersey City, N. J. Oiling device. 1,520,390 ; Dec. 23. 

Carpenter, Campbell C, assignor to XJ. S. Light & Heat 
Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Recovering scrap 
battery plates. 1,492,241 ; Apr. 29. 

Carpenter, Campbell C, assignor to U. S. Light & Heat 
Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Treatment of wood 
separators. 1,498,865 ; .Tune 24. 

Carpenter, Campbell C, assignor to U. S. Light & Heat 
Corijoration, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Treatment of plates 
for storage batteries. 1,498,866 ; June 24. 

Carpenter, Charles E., assignor to T-C Kit Strop Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Safety razor and the like. 
1,488,093 ; Mar. 25. 

Carpenter, Charles W., Lawrenceville, Pa. Automobile 
pedal lock. 1,480,149 ; Jan. 8. 

CariJtnter, Chester, and E. Green, Haviland, Ivans. 
Magneto testing and recharging device. 1,494, 1 33; 
May 20. 

Carpenter, Eugene R., Ansonville, N. C. Fireless cooker. 
1,504,097 ; Aug. 5. 

Carpenter, Francis \A'., assignor to I'aramount Machine 
Co., St. I'aul, Jlinn. Washing machine. 1,492.242 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Carpenter, Glenn W., and W. L. Carlson, Washington, 
D. C. Telephone-receiver circuits. 1,504,940 ; Aug. 12. 

Caipenter, Glenn W.. and W. L. Carlson, Schenectady, 
N. Y. Telephone headset. 1.521,275 : Dec. 30. 

Carpenter, Herbert W., Byers, Tex. Cultivator disk at- 
tachment for planters. 1,518,177 ; Dec. 9. 

Carpenter, Howard F.. New York, N. Y. Automatic elec- 
tric generating system. 1,493.733; May 13. 

Carpenter, John S., Irvington, N. J., assignor to Worth- 
ington Pump and Macliinerv Corporation. New lork, 
N. Y. Hydraulic turbine. 1,496,770; June 10. 

Carpenter, Loyd P., I'alestine, Tex. Spark plug. 
1,505,373 ; Aug. 19. 

Carpenter, Ose F., Brightwood, Va. Gang boring ma- 
chine. 1,500.231 ; July 8. 

Carpenter, R. E., receiver. (See Edge, Howard H., as- 
signor.) 

Carpenter, Rupert E. H., Purley, England. Radio sig- 
naling system and apparatus therefor. 1,518,633 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Carpenter Steel Company, The. (See De Long, B. H., end 
Palmer, assignors.) 

Carpenter, Warren W. (See Albert, W. P., and Car- 
penter.) 

Carpenter, Warren W., Brooklyn, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone-exchange system. 1,506,884 ; Sept. 2. 

Carpenter, William J., assignor of one-half to Cree and 
Company, Gorman, Tex. Swab. 1.485.248 ; Feb. 26. 

Carper, Emmett P., Fordwick, Va. Cutter bar and guard 
for mowing machines or the like. 1.516,669 ; Nov. 25. 

Carr, Alfred^., Blackheath, London, England. Cleaning 
of the interior of tubes, specially applicable for clean- 
ing condenser tubes. 1,491,844 ; Apr. 29. 

Carr & Company. (See Greenwoou. Rowland, assignor.) 

Carr, Daniel C, Chicago, 111. Collar-attaching device. 
1,499.570 ; July 1. 

Carr, David B., Portland, Oreg. Grading machine. 
1,510,076 ; Sept. 30. 

Carr, Edward G., Shorewood, Wis. Constructing mono- 
liths. 1,499,150; June 24. 

iJarr, Edward G., Oakland, Calif. Apparatus for com- 
pacting concrete. 1,501,039 ; July 15. 

Carr, Edward G., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to The Lake- 
wood Engineering Companv, Cleveland, Ohio. Con- 
struction car. 1.502,846; July 29. 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Carr, Fred S., assignor.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Carr, Moses F., assignor.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Elwell, George H., as- 
signor.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Murphy, Howard J., as- 
signor.) 

Carr, Frank C, Lockport, N. Y. Dispensing apparatus. 
1,510.653: Oct. 7. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. 1,480,530 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. 1,480,531 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. 1,480,532 ; 
Jan. 8. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mas-s. Fastener. 1.513.96."? ; Nov. 4. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. 1,513,964 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany. Cambrid.ffc. Mass. Fastener. 1,519.528 ; Dec. 16. 

Carr. Fred S.. Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany. C.imbridge, Mass. Fastener. 1.519,529; Dec. 16. 

Carr, "Genoa L., legatee and distributee. (See Carr, 
William J.) 

Carr. George S., Boston, Ma.'ss. Coupling device for dog 
collars and other uses. 1.514.654 ; Nov. 11. 

Carr, Hugh R., Philadelphia, Pa. Motor-vehicle head- 
lamp. 1,490,415 ; Apr. 15. 



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Carr, .Tohu, Des Moines, Iowa. Brush. 1,517,013 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Carr, John A., assignor to Martin Iron Worlis, Los An- 
geles, Calif. Detachable valve stem. 1,516,670 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Carr, John D., and J. F. Patch, Humble, Tex. Pump 
plunger. 1,520.173 ; Dec. 23. 

Carr, John 0., ajid 11. L. Krum, assignors to Morkrum 
Company, Chicago, 111. Supporting base for relays or 
other electrical units. 1,508,711 ; Sept. 10. 

Carr, Lena L. (See VVasia, M. J., and Carr.) 

Carr, Michael, New York, N. Y. Moviug-picture-film reel. 
1,470,454 ; Jan. 1. 

Carr, Moses F., Lexington, assignor to Carr Fastener 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. B'astener. 1,514,578 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Carr, Moses F., Lexington, assignor to Carr Fastener 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Stud. 1,517,705 ; Dec. 2. 

Carr, Paul H., Baltimore, Md. Collapsible paper cup 
and blank therefor. 1,514,034 ; Nov. 4. 

Carr, Richard H. (See Barton, B. C, and Carr.) 

Carr, Sidney L., Bay City, Tex. Muffler tor interual-com- 
busti(;n I'ligines. 1,521,074 ; Dec. 30. 

Carr, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Train stop. 
1,513,965 ; Nov. 4. 

Carr, Walter D., et al. (See Grouleff, A., and Holmes, 
assignors.) 

Carr, William C, assignor to The Automatic Transporta- 
tion Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Industrial truck. 
1.511,054 ; Oct. 14. 

Carr, William J., deceased, Seattle, Wash. ; G. L. Carr, 
legatee and distributee. Sling and buckle. 1,490,060 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Carraine, Eugene, Philadelphia, Pa. Illuminated sign. 
1,488,314 ; Mar. 25. 

Carrau, Mario, Montevideo, Uruguay. Funnel. 

1,488,377 ; Mar. 25. 

Carricart, John, Santa Barbara, Calif. Tool for compress- 
ing and inserting valve springs. 1,485,503 ; Mar. 4. 

Carrick, Gerald S., Chicago, 111. Automatic control de- 
vice. l..S02,548: July 22. 

Carrick, Gerald S., Chicago, 111. Bumper. 1,507,273 ; 
Sept. 2. 

Carrick, Gerald S., Chicago, 111. Combustion-control 
apparatus. 1,520.530 ; Dec. 23. 

Carrie, James, Butler, Pa., assignor to W. D. Sawyer, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Grinding and polishing shoe. 
1,510,976; Oct. 7. 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Harrison, Burt 
S., assignor.) 

Carrier, Paul S., Edgewood, assignor to G. H. Willey, 
Providence, R. I. CutC button. 1,481,083 ; Jan. 15. 

Carrigun, Jesse L., Birmingham, Ala. Screen door or 
window. 1,519,358 ; Dec. 16. 

Carrigan, Thomas E., Milwaukee, Wis. Knockdown bed 
frame for automobiles. 1,493,104 ; May 6. 

Carril, Alfred L. (See Guittard, F. L., and Carril.) 

Carringtoii. Ernest E.. iNapier, .New Zealand. Carrier at- 
tachment to cycle frames. 1,521,504 ; Dec. 30. 

Carrington, John W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cleaning device 
for automobiles. 1,504,868 ; Aug. 12. 

Carroll, Alexander W., Elizabeth, N. J. Loading appa- 
ratus. 1,518,560 ; Dec. 9. 

Carroll, Alexander W. Elizabeth, N. J. Lifting plat- 
form. 1,518,501 ; Dec. !). 

Carroll, Carlisle B., Denison, Tex. Calendar. 1,492,830 ; 
May 6. 

Carroll, Dallas C, assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Rim tool. 1,483,841 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Carroll, Edward M., Sanford, Fla. Side arch brick. 
1,487,140; Mar. IH. 

Carroll, Elbert H. (See George, J. R., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Elbert H., assignor to Morgan Construction Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Clutching mechanism for wire- 
drawing blocks. 1,496,146 ; June 3. 

Carroll, Elbert H., assignor to Morgan Construction Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Guide for rolling mills. 
1,498,611 ; June 24. 

Carroll, lOmil J. (See Benjamin, D. H., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Francis, Yonkers, N. Y. Metallic pencil. 
1,501,745 ; July 15. 

Carroll, Fred M., assignor to The Tabulating Machine 
Company, Endicott, N. Y. Listing machine. 1,516,079 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Carroll, George B., East Lansing, Mich. Combination 
wheelbarrow. 1,479,223; Jan. 1. 

Carroll, Houston M., sr., San Antonio, Tex. Compression 
tray. 1,505,862 ; Aug. 19. 

Carroll, Hugh C, McKeesport, Pa. Wall and block for 
forming the same. 1,479,047; Jan. 1. 

Carroll, Hugh C, McKeesport, Pa. Metal lath. 
1,508,050; Sept. 9. 

Carroll, J. B., Company. (See Carroll, John B., as- 
signor.) 
Carroll. James I., Cincinnati, Ohio. Babv walker. 
1,492,202 ; Apr. 29, 

Carroll, John B., Oak Park, assignor to J. B. Carroll 
Comi)any, Chicago, 111. Magnetic toy or similar device. 
1,507,333 ; Sept. 2. 

Carroll, John E., assignor to Co-2 Products Company. 
Phil'iflnliihia, I'n. Fluid-pressure-acluated jack. 

1,495,949 ; May 27. 



Carroll, John G., :issigiior of one-third to J. W. Thomp- 
son, Raleigh, N. C. Suspension means for railway 
box ears. 1,488,378 ; Mar. 25. 

Carroll, John G., assignor to Walker Vehicle Company, 
Chicago, HI. Wheel. 1,492,356 ; Apr. 29. 

Carroll, John L., Bay City, Mich. Collapsible scenery. 
1.485,594 ; Mar. 4. 

Carroll, John T., Houston, Tex. Rotary hoop saw. 
1,507,460; Sept. 2. 

Carroll. John T., Houston, Tex. Stump-cutting machine. 
1,509,994 ; Sept. 30. 

Carroll, Mike J. A., Bodfish, Calif. Clasp. 1,494,150; 
May 18. 

Carroll, Nell, Huntington, W. Va. Utility bag. 1,495,220; 
Mav 27. 

Carroll, Stewart J., .assignor to Eastman ICodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether solvent and 
composition. 1,479,955 ; Jan. 8. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether composition. 
1,500,366 ; July 8. 

Carroll, Thomas, Langley Field, Va. Means for indicat- 
ing the liquid content of distant tanks and the like. 
1,485,164 ; Feb. 26. 

Carroll, Thomas W. (See Lindsay, R. F., and Hemphill, 
assignors.) 

Carroll, Vetrell, Lowell, Mass. Picker check. 1,507,579; 
Sept. 9. 

Carroll, Walter J., Detroit, Mich. Adjustable combina- 
tion golf bag and luggage carrier for automobiles. 
1,508,051 ; Sept. 9. 

Carroll, William P., et aL (See Maury, Alfred D., as- 
signor.) 

Carroll, William J., assignor to Sargent & Company, New 
Haven, Conn. Lock. 1,493,105 ; May 6. 

Carroll, William J., assignor to Sargent & Company, New 
Haven, Conn. Removable tumbler mechanism for locks. 
1,493,146 ; May 6. 

Carrow, Claude C, Philadelphia, Pa. Pump. 1,482,734; 
Feb. 5. 

Carrow, Walter D., Chicopee Falls, Mass. Valve tool. 
1.483.074 ; Feb. 12. 

Carruthers, Henry M. (See Landin, Carl J., assignor.) 

Carry, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Draft gear. 1,518,389; 
Uec. 9. 

Carse, Durwood F. (See Nagorski, J. F., and Carse.) 

Carson, Amon H., assignor to The Valveless Lubricator 
Co., Fort Worth, Tex. Valveless lubricator. 1,504,429; 
Aug. 12. 

Carson, Ashmead C, Columbia, S. C. Expansion plug 
for lamp sockets. 1,484,550 ; Feb. 19. 

Carson, Ashraead C, Columbia, S. C. Glare shield for 
automobiles. 1,484,551 ; Feb. 19. 

Carson, Clarence, New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to Dodge 
Brothers, Detroit, Mich. Headlight lens. 1,489,697 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Carson, Clarence, assignor to Dodge Brothers, Detroit, 
Mich. Heater valve. 1,515,337 ; Nov. 11. 

Carson, George C, San Francisco, Calif. Preventing 
sulphur dioxide in smelter gases. 1,480,743 ; Jan. 15. 

Carson, Henry A., St. Joseph, Mo. Piston. 1,491,197; 
Apr. 22. 

Carson, .John A., Huntington, N. Y. Headlight attachment. 
1,483,779: Feb. 12. 

Carson, John H. M., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Arti- 
ficial hand. 1,499,052 ; June 24. 

Carson, John R., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Signaling sys- 
tem. 1,516,518; Nov. 25. 

Carson, John W. (See Smith, J. W., and Carson.) 

Carson, Thomas J. (See Mansfield. Horace, assignor.^ 

Carson, William G., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Washing machine. 1,484,873 ; Feb. 26. 

Carsons Limited. (See Ballatore, Anthony A., assignor.; 

Carstens, Hanns, Leverkusen, near Cologne, A. Engel- 
hardt, Wiesdorf, near Cologne, and W. J. Miiller, as- 
signors to Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedr. Bayer and 
Co., Leverkusen, near Cologne-on-the-Rhine, Germany. 
Oxidizing hydrogen sulphide. 1,507,105 ; Sept. 2. 

Carstens, Henry A., Ackley, Iowa. Cooling device. 
1,484,171 ; Feb. 19. 

Carswell. Joseph S., and A. R. Hammond. Boone, Iowa. 
Repair stand for motors. 1,481,503; Jan. 22. 

Carter, Albert C, Norwood, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Champion Conserver Company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Carbon-paper-conserving device. 1,492,831 ; 
May 6. 

Carter, Albert C, Norwood, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Champion Conserver Company, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Carbon conserver. 1,492,832; May 6. 

Carter, .\nderson, Stallo, Miss. Clevis. 1, 18V,91S ; 
Mar. 25. 

Carter, August J., Chattanooga, Tenn. Tufting-attach- 
nient mechanism for sewing machines. 1,485,213; 
Feb. 20. 

Carter. Bernard J., Cleveland, Ohio. Stove board, 
1,510,0-40 ; Sept. 30. 

Carter, Cnriiie B., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to S. Karpen 
& Bros., Chicago, 111. Producing liex.-unol hylenetetra- 
inine. 1,499,002 ; June 24. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Carter, Caiuie B., aud A. E. Coxe, Pittsburgh, Pa., as- 
signors to S. Karpen & Bros., Chicago, 111. Producing 
hexamethyleuetetramine. 1,499,001 ; June 24. 

Carter, Charles J., Kansas City, Mo. Flooring. 
1,507,813 ; Sept. 9. 

Carter, Charles K., St. Louis, Mo. Metal bar. 1,504,077 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Carlir, Daniel. (See Koach. P. .1.. and Cartm-.) 

Carter, Douald M., et al. (See Smart, Rupert B., as- 
signor.) 

Carter, iCrmin B., Bloomingtou, 111. Milk-ticket holder 
and protector. l,49:i,422 ; Apr. 29. 

Carter, Fred. (See IScott, William \V., assignor.) 

Carter, Frederick \V., Lemon Grove, Calil'. Vehicle speed 
Indicator. 1,4.'<(;,227 ; Mar. 11. 

Carter, George 10., Circleville, assignor to The Eastern 
Engineering Corporation, Columbus, Ohio. MaUinu 
castellated nuts. 1,49S,231 ; June 17. 

Carter, George K., Company, The. (See Creamer, Edgar 
E., assignor.) 

Carter. Glenn 0., New Kochelle, N. Y., assignor to The 
Linde Air Products Company. Gas-distrihutiug appa- 
ratus. 1,511,752 ; Oct. 14. 

Carter, James T., and G. E. Watkins, Milton, Okla. 
Dirisible-lieadlight construction. 1,515.655 ; Nov. 18. 

Carter, John J., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Punch and die. 1,504,182 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Carter, L. R., et al. (See Force, John L., assignor.) 

Carter, Lionel A., tit. Louis, Mo. Lathe. l,4y(,4bi; 
June 10. 

Carter, Lionel A., St. Louis, Mo. Lathe. 1,503,115 ; 
July 29. 

Carter, Luther T. and W. J., Charlotte, N. C. Antislip- 
ping means. 1,493,322 ; May 6. 

Caritr, -Martin G., L,os Angeles, Calif. Toy gentleman 
monkey. Les. U4,(J0G ; May 20. 

Carter, ilartin W., Toccoa, Ga. Washing machine. 
1,501,740 ; July 15. 

Carter. Aatiiali .v.. Karl, Ark. Boll-weevil-spraying ma- 
chine. 1,520,854 ; Dec. 30. 

Carter, Nathan A., Earl, Ark. Unloading device. 
1.521.5(15 ; Dec. .'JO. 

Carter, Ollie D., et al. (See Robb, Alex L., assignor.) 

Carter, Paike, Wichita, Kans. Oil burner. 1,517,614 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Carter, Ray L., Syracuse, N. Y. Portable routing and 
profiling machine. 1,514.894 ; Nov. 11. 

Carter, Richard P. (See Burnon. Will D., assignor.) 

Carter, Robert .\., jr., Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Method of and apparatus for automatic cleaning and 
automatic control of mechanical grates. 1,503,092 ; 
July 29. 

Carter, Robert E., Sykesville, Md. Universal tlexible 
coupling. 1,507,767 ; Sept. 9. 

Carter, Robert S., Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Gate. 
1,491,029; Apr. 22. 

Carter, Thomas, Wests Mill, N. C. Friction shock ab- 
sorber. 1.511,264; Oct. 14. 

Carter, Thonras, Wests Mill, N. C. Friction check for 
automobile steering gear. 1,514,433 ; Nov. 4. 

Carter, Thomas H. (See Boston, .lohn. assignor.) 

Carter, Thomas J., assignor to Carter's Bestever Bait 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Artificial casting bait. 
1,483,842 ; Feb. 12. 

Carter, Thomas W., Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Belt ti.^ht- 
ener. 1,480,046; Jan. 8. 

Carter, William C, St. Louis, Mo. Liquid-fuel-supply sys- 
tem for infernal-combustion engines. 1,485,829 ; Mar. 4. 

Carter, William C, St. Louis, Mo. Diaphragm-pump- 
ing device. 1,500,105 ; July 8. 

Carter, William, Company. (See DrumhcUer, William P., 
assignor.) 

Carter, William, Company, The. (See Redmond, Har- 
riet 1.., assignor.) 

Carter, William J. (See Carter, Luther T. and W. J.) 

Carter, VNillis M., Ilohoken, N. J., assignor of one-half 
to N. II. Ludwig, Now York, N. Y. Collapsible display 
device. l,515,3;-!8 ; Nov. 11. 

Carter's Bestever Bait Company. (See Carter, Thomas J., 
assignor.) 

Carter's Ink Company, The. (See Rapley, H. J., and 
Kendrick, a.'^signors.) 

Cartwright, William H., Trenton, N. J. Tool. 1,492,423; 
Apr. 20. 

Carty, Francis J., Roxbury, Mass., assignor to Franklin 

Railway Supply Company. Locomotive booster system. 

1,503,475 ; Aug. 5. 
Carty, .Maurice W., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for sepa- 
rating solid particles from a gas stream containing 

them. 1.502,13.".; July 22. 
Carufel, Louis H., Bismarck, N. Dak. Sand-blasting 

screen. 1.481,950; Jan. 29. 
Caruthers, Eugene W., Secane, and R. C. Paxson, Upper 

Darby, Llanerch, Pa. Guard-rail clamp. 1,515,727; 

Nov. 18. 
Carvalho. Leslie R. N., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by 

mesne a.ssignments, to The Closure Service Company, 

Receptacle clo.suro. 1,510,457 ; Oct. 7. 
Carvalho, Leslie R. N., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to The Closure Service Company. 

Receptacle closure. 1,510,458; Oct. 7. 



Carvalho, Leslie R. N., Brooklvn, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Closure Service Company. 
Receptacle closure. 1.510,459 ; Oct. 7. 

Carver, Albert E., Beech Bottom, assignor of one-half 
to J. E. Montgomery, Wheeling. W. Va. Slip regu- 
lator for electric motors. 1,500,406 ; Aug. 26. 

Carver Cotton Gin Company. (See McLean, Robert W., 
assignor.) 

Carver, Ernest E. (See Marrian, H. H. B., and Car\'er.) 

Carver, Fi'ed S., East Orange. N. J. Electing apparatus 
for presses. 1,480,033 ; Mar. 11. 

Carver, Fred S., East Orange, N. J. Filling apparatus 
for presses. 1,502,335 ; July 22. 

Carver, William E., Denver, Colo. Adjustable coupling 
for tire chains. 1,490.091 ; Apr. 15. 

Carwell, Samuel M., Cherry Valley, Ark. Clothespin. 
1,491,670 ; Apr. 22. 

Cary, Charles R., assignor to Leeds & Northrup Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Method of and apparatus for 
measuring temperatures. 1,494,586 ; May 20. 

Cary, Francis M. (See Garibaldi, L. L., and Cary.) 

Cary, George W., assignor to Goodell Manufacturing 
Company, Greenfield, Mass. Miter box. 1,517,706 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Cary, James A. and J. C, Tupelo, Ark. Cotton chopper. 
1,484,252 ; Feb. 19. 

Cary, Jesse C. (See Cary, James A. and J. C.) 

Cary Manufacturing Company. (See Cary, Spencer C, 
assignor.) 

Cary, Spencer C, assignor to Cary Manufacturing Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Binder connection. 1,481,414 ; Jan. 22. 

Cary, Spencer C, assignor to Cary Manufactur- 
ing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Means for binding 
packing boxes. 1,494,587 ; May 20. 

Cary, William 11., Brockton, assignor to Avon Sole Com- 
pany. Avon, Mass. Shoe. Relo,794 ; Mar. 18. 

Cary, William H., Brockton, Mass. Shoe heeL Dee. 
64,494 ; Apr. 22. 

Casablaneas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. Drawing mech- 
anism for textile rovings. 1.481.089; Jan. 22. 

Casablaneas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. Mechanism for 
the drawing of textile rovings. 1,494,991 ; May 20. 

Casad, Edgar G., Oakland, Calif. Metal separator. 
1,481,061 ; Jan. 22. 

Casady, Jesse Z., Dean, Iowa. Wire clothespin. 
1,489,306 ; Apr. 8. 

Casale Ammonia Company. (See Casale, Luigi, as- 
signor. ) 

Casale, Antonio J., and J. B. Simpson, Takoma Park, 
D. C, assignors to National Differential Manufacturing 
Company. Rear-axle construction. 1.482,838 : Feb. 5. 

Casale, Luigi, Rome, Italy, assignor to Casale .\mmonia 
Company. Lugano, Switzerland. Making catalyst. 
1 .502,330 : July 22. 

Casazza, Valentino, Vineland. N. J. Brooder. 1,502,549 ; 
July 22. 

Cascaddan, Coldy S., Pontiac, Mich. Mud lug for auto- 
mol>ile wheels. 1,514,311 ; Nov. 4. 

Case. Adelbert B.. deceased. Springfield, Mass. ; Union 
Trust Company, adnriuistrator, assignor to Blair Manu- 
facturing Company. Lawn mower. 1,516,419 ; Nov. 18. 

Case, Arthur F.. assignor to The Wellman-Seaver-Mor- 
gan Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Car dumper. 
1,513,580 ; Oct. 28. 

Case, Charles L., Winchester, assignor to Pressure Proof 
Piston Ring Company, Boston, Mass. Piston packing. 
1,492,673; May 6. 

Case, Francis M., assignor to E. Ransdell, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Casing support and bead-spreading apparatus. 
1,517,278 ; Dec. 2. 

Case, Francis M., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Foote-Burt Company. Clothes 
wringer. 1.520.855; Dec. .30. 

Case, Frank E., assignor to The Harvard Company, Can- 
ton, Ohio. Dental chair. 1,509,542 ; Sept. 23. 

Case, George A.. Joplin, M<i. I'neumatie vehicle drive. 
1,503,204 : July 29. 

Case, J. I., Threshing Machine Company. (See Caughey, 
Robert C, assignor.) 

Case, J. L, Threshing Machine Company. (See Coburn, 
Ernest, assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Threshing Machine Company. (See Mac- 
Gregor, Wallace F., assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Threshing MacJiine Company. (See Smith, 
Ilenrv S., assignor.) 

Case, Lulu, Berkeley, Calif. Novelty doll. 1,513,312; 
Oct. 28. 

Case & JIartin Company. (See Ehrlich, William, as- 
signor.) 

Case Research Laboratory Incorporated. (See Case, 
Theodore W., assignor.) 

Case, Theodore W.. Scipio, assignor to Case Research 
Laboratory Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Photo-elec- 
tric cell. 1,517.103; Nov. 25. 

Case, William, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to The E. V. 
Benjamin Company, Inc., New Orleans, La. Hemming 
machine. 1,501,747; July 15. 

Case). Franz, assignor to the Firm Rheinische Stahl- 
werke. nuisburg-Meiderich, Germany. Rolling mill. 
1,518,836; Dec. 9. 

Caselli. Ersilia. administratrix. (See De Marchis, At- 
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Casement Hardware Co. (See Spencer, Robert C, jr., 
assignor. ) 

Casey, Charles C., Detroit, Mich. Phonograplx-record 
holder and album 1,487,088; Mar. 18. 

Casey, Charles C, Detroit, Mich. Worliholder. 1,502,613 ; 
July 22. 

Casey, Frank P., et al. (See Havens, Ernest A., as- 
signor.) 

Casey, James H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. E'lexible 
riiigless piston. 1,499,290 ; June 24. 

Casey, Krttheriue A., Lyubrooli, JS'. Y. Gate adjuster. 
1,514,830 ; Nov, 11. 

Casey, Lrewis A., Leakey, Tex. Dirigible-headliglit con- 
struction lor molur vehicJes. 1,497,^55; June lU. 

Casey Manufacturing Company. (See Wellington, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

Casey, Stephen M., San Francisco, Calif. Door. 
1,507,158 ; Sept S 

Casey, William j., Chicago, III. Support or pedestal for 
lamps. Des. ti4,657 ; May 20. 

Casey, William F., assignor to The Router Manufactur- 
ing Cumpauv, Oshkush, Wis. Electric handsaw. 
1,497,007 ; June 10. 

Casgraiu, huuis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
i'acersou, JN. J. Machine fur operating on shoe parts. 
1,487,718 ; Mar. 25. 

CasgTain, Louis A., Beverly, Blass., assignor to United 
Khue Machinery Corporation, Faterson, jM. J. Method 
and machine tor lasting bouts and shoes. 1,495,101 ; 
May 27. 

Casgrain, Louis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Snue Machinery Lorpuratiuii, Faterson, JN'. J. Sole-lay- 
ing machine. 1,495,162 ; May 27. 

Casgrain, Louis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machiuery Corporatiuu, Faterson, N. J. Sole-lay- 
ing machine. 1,495,163 ; May 27. 

Casgrain, Louis A.. Beverly, Mass., assignor, by mesne as 
signments, to United Slioe Machinery Corporation, 
Faterson, N. J. Machine for operating upon heels. 
1,512,881 ; Oct. 21. 

Casgrain, Louis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Faterson, N. J. Heel- 
breasting machine. 1,512,884 ; Oct. 21. 

Casgraiu, Louis A., , Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Faterson, N. J. Heel- 
breasting machine. 1,512,885 ; Oct. 21. 

Casgrain, Louis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Faterson, N. J. Heel- 
breastiiig machine. 1,512,887 ; Oct. 21. 

Cash, A. W., Company. (See Cash, Arthur VV., assignor.) 

Cash, A. W., Company. (See De Coster, Charles J., as- 
signor.) 

Cash, A. W., Company. (See Hale, George S., as- 
signor.) 

Cash, A. W., Company. (See Terry, Charles M., as- 
signor.) 

Cash, Arthur W., Decatur, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to A. W. Cash Company. Strainer. 
1,490,771 ; June 10. 

Cash, Cornelius W., assignor to F. A. Poole, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Form-supporting means in concrete construction. 
1,493,470 ; May 13. 

Cash, James, San Francisco, Calif. Fire extinguisher. 
1,480,321 ; Mar. 11. 

Cash, James, and L. F. Richards, San Francisco, Calif. 
Manually and automatically operated fire-extinguish- 
ing apparatus. 1,486.30:!; ilar. 11. 

Cash, Joseph, Tipton, England. Shaking- or oscillating 
device for molding boxes. 1,515,339 ; Nov. 11. 

Cashiko Machine Company. (See Kovar, J. H., Schimek, 
and Cavedon, assignors.) 

Cashiu, William H., Detroit, Mich. Rear-end signaling 
device for motor-driven vehicles. 1,518,690 ; Dec. 9. 

Cashman, Clarenco G., assignor to Landis Machine Com- 
panv, Waynesboro, Fa. Cutter head. 1,492,424 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Cashman, Clarence G., assignor to Landis Machine Com- 
pany, Waynesboro, I'a. Chaser holder. 1,402, 42i:i ; 
Apr. 29. 

Cashman, Clarence G., assignor to Landis Machine Com- 
pany, Waynesboro, Pa. Chaser holder. 1,492,426 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Caskey-Dupree Manufacturing Company, The. ( Sch' 
Kunkle, Bayard D., assignor.) 

Caskey, Wayne, W^alkerville, Mich. Antisllpping device 
for vehicle wheels. 1.486,634 ; Mar. 11. 

Casner, Thaddeus S., Plainfield, N. J. Cloth-synchronizing 
mechanism. 1,491,223; Apr. 22. 

Casner, Tliaddeus S., I'laintield, N. .T., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to G. Rawak, New York, N. Y. Master 
clock. 1,492,318 ; Apr. 29. 

Cason, Dick K.. jr.. Orange, Tex. Safety clutch for drill 
stems. 1,518,634 ; Dec. 9. 

Cason, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Trailer. 1,481,049 ; 
Jan. 15. 



Caspary, Joseph P., Milwaukee, Wis 

1,479,170; Jan. 1. 
Casper, Albert, Vallejo, Calif. 

Jan. 22. 
Casper, Albert, Vnllejo, Calif. 

Mar. 11. 



Sewing stand. 
Meter box. 1,481,415 ; 
Meter box. 1,486,415 : 



Casper, William L., Brooklyn, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone system. 1,491,334 ; Apr. 22. 

Casper, William L., Brooklyn, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Arti- 
ficial line. 1,498,867 ; June 24. 

Cass, Christopher P. (See Adreou, R. E., and Cass.) 

Cass, Christopher P., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Motor-vehicle brake. 1,520.098 : Dec. BO. 

Cass, Levi A. (See Hall, J. E., Minkle, and Cass.) 

Cassaday, Ormoud F., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard 
and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Interrupter cir- 
cuits. 1,519,603 ; Dec. 16. 

Cassalette, Eddy, Berlin-Friedenau, Germany. Spare-tire 
carrier for motor vehicles. 1,497,670; June li. 

Cassard, Samuel S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Terminal for elec- 
trical conductors. 1,499,098 ; June 24. 

Casse, Paris D. (See Bernardiui. S. F., and Casse.) 

Cassel, Gunnar E., Stockholm, assignor to A. Leliler, ujurs- 
holm, Sweden. Speed-indicating apparatus. 1.508,644; 
Sept. 16. 

Cassel, Gunnar E.. Stockholm, assignor to A. Leffler, 
Djursholm, Sweden. Electrical agricultural system. 
1,520,327 ; Dec. 23. 

Cassel, James, Peru, Ind. Burial caskec. 1,508,745 ; 
Sept. 16. 

Cassell, Louis B., Decatur, 111. Automatic adjustable 
automobile camping top. 1,500,573 ; July 8. 

Cassella, Leopold, & Co. Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter 
Haftung. (See Miinz, Ferdinand, assignor.; 

Cassidy, James E., Washington, D. C, assignor to Stevens 
Partition and Floor Deadener Com^iany, Chicago, 111. 
Cushioning support. 1,491,198 ; Apr. 22. 

Cassinelli, Louis. (See I'redette, Frank H., assignor.) 

Cast Steel lender Frame Company. (See Bartell, Harry 
R., assignor.) 

Castellana, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Statuette. 
Des. 65,633 ; Sept. 23. 

Castellana, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Wall plaque. Des. 
65,845 ; Oct. 28. 

Castellauo, James, Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety cap for water 
traps for gas pipes. 1,495,071 ; May 27. 

Castellanos, Dionisio C., San Quentin, Calif. Thermo- 
controlled electric device. 1,510,384 ; Sept. 30. 

Castera, Charles J., Los Angeles, Calif. Flycatcher. 
1,479,648; Jan. 1. 

Casterline, StanJey M., Crafton, Pa. Fishplate. 
1,489,064 ; Apr. 1. 

Castets, Louis B., Benejacq, France. Evaporating appa- 
ratus. 1,506,218 ; Aug. 26. 

Castillo, Jose F. (See Palmer, G. D., and Castillo.) 

Casting Research, Inc. (See Wiechert, G. A., and Judd, 
assignors.) 

Castle, John N., Fellows, Calif. Deep-well pump. 
1,494,664 ; May 20. 

Castleman, Everett B., assignor to H. S. Clemmer, Spo- 
kane, Wash. Cleanser fur artificial teetli. l,48S,3lu ; 
Mar. 25. 

Castleman, Francis L., Pencoyd, Pa. Column construc- 
tion. 1,519,292 ; Dec. 16. 

Castleman, ITrank M., Rotherham, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Braking apparatus. 1,503,882 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Castleman, Frank M., Rotherham, England, assignor, by 
mesiiK assignments, to Tlie Union Switch & Signal Com- 
pany, Swissvale, Pa. Loading and unloading gear for 
hoisting plants. 1,508.921 ; Sept. 16. 

Castleman, Frank M., Rotherham, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Union Switch & Signal 
Companv, Swissvalve, Pa. Tub or truck hoist for 
collieries. 1.517,707 : Dec. 2. 

Castner, Herman M., Nobleboro, Me. Making compressed 
fiber board. 1,499,291 ; June 24. 

Casto, Charles W., Washington, Pa. Plug for glass ma- 
chines. 1,480,991 ; Jan. 15. 

Castor, Robert W., Beaumont, Tex. I'ouring device for 
separating milk and cream. 1,488,805 ; Ai)r. 1. 

Castricum, Martin. (See Bowerinan, J. A., Midgley, and 
Castvieum.) 

Castricum, Martin, Springfield, assignor to The Fisk 
Rubber Company, Chicopee Palls, Mass. Manufacture 
of cord fabric. 1,500.232; .Tuly 8. 

Castricum, Martin, Springfield, assi,s;nor to The Fisk 
Rubber Company, Chicopee Palls, Mass. Weighing 
moving material. 1,500,233 ; Jul.y 8. 

Castricum, Martin, Springfield, assignor to The Fisk 
Rubber Company, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Manufacture 
of weftless cord fabric. 1,500.234 ; Julv 8. 

Castro, Joseph F., and A. Rail. San Rafael, Calif. Mllk- 
boltle opener. 1,479,956; .Tan. 8. 

Catala, Tiburce, Englewood Cliffs, N. J. Gilding appara- 
tus. 1,483,780 ; Feb. 12. 

Catcliing. Uny W.. Roseburg, Oreg. Electromagnetic 
tool. 1.521,173 ; Dee. 30. 

Cater, William H., Chicago, 111. Sinking, cleaning, and 
removing well screens. '1,488,062; Apr. 1. 

Cater, William H., Chicago, 111. Well screen. 1,494,151; 
Mnv 13, 

Cater, William H., Chicago, 111. Well soropn. 1,507,580 ; 
Sept. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROJI THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Cater, ^\■iUiam H., Chicago, 111. Well and method of 
siukiiig. 1,518.390 ; Uec. 9. 

Cates, Laurence A., Grand Island, Nebr. Ventilating fan. 
1,001.201 ; July 15. 

Cates, William J., Salina, Kans. Gravity-feed governor. 
1,-189,344 ; Apr. 8. 

Catlicart, Oswald J., Newburgb, N. Y. Vanity case. 
1,505,098 ; Aug. 19. 

Catbor, ChueucL' G.. tjelma, Calif. Combination sanitary 
ciis|)hi.v ;iud st.irai-'e Tray. 1. 480, 410 : Mar. 11. 

Catbey, Hardy L., Clinton, Okla. Pencil-dispensing ma- 
chine. 1,504,098; Aug. 5. 

CatUoy. William A. (See Keynolds, W. F., and Catbey.) 

Catholic Students' Mission Crusade, The. (See La Kose, 
i*. D., assiguor.) 

Catino, I'asquale, Stamford, Conn. Bed outlit for nursing 
women. 1,495,988; June 3. 

Catlett, Joseph C, and E. F. Nelson, East Orange, 
N. J., assignors to 1. R. Nelson Co. Holding device 
for coils. 1,489,591 ; Apr. 8. 

Catlett, Joseph C, and E. F. Nelson, East Orange, N. J., 
assignors to I. R. Nelson Co. Holding device for coils. 
1,510,331 ; Nov. 18. 

Catlin, lloyc, Fairfield, assignor to The Bryant Electric 
Coiupauy, liriugeport, Conn. Electric switch. 
1.482,911 : Feb. 5. 

Catlin, Hoyt, assignor to The Bryant Electric Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Attachment plug. 1,517,953 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Catlin, Robert JI., Franklin, N. J., assignor to Catlin 
Shale I'roducts Company, Wilmington, Del. Sbale- 
distillatiun apparatus. 1.503,093; July 29. 

Catlin, Robert M., Franklin, N. J.^ assiguor to Catlin 
Shale Products Company, New lork, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for distillation of carbonaceous ma- 
terial. 1,509,607 ; Sept. 23. 

Catlin Shale Products Company. (See Catlin, Robert 
M., assignor.) 

Cato, Joseph L.. Elmhurst, N. Y. Explosion engine. 
1,482,221 ; Jan. 29. 

Caton, Fred A., La Grange, 111. Register for golf prac- 
tice. 1.509,825 ; Sept. 30. 

Caton, Vera I. (See Cushmau, A. L., and Catnn.) 

Catron, John J., Bonham, Tex. Fluid dispenser. 
1,513,155; Oct. 28. 

Catron, John J., assignor to Catron Manufacturing 
Company, Bonham, Tex. Fluid-dispensing apparatus. 
1,519,484 ; Dec. 16. 

Catron Manufacturing Company. (See Catron, John J., 
assignor.) 

Catsules, James, West Hoboken, N. J. Fruit and vege- 
table knife. 1,482,736; Feb. 5. 

Catsules, James, assignor of one-half to R. Feiser, West 
llobokon, N. J. Kitchen utensil. 1,482,735 ; Feb. 5. 

Cattanach, Charles, Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada. Valve 
for grain or other free-running nonliquid materials. 
1,491,030; Apr. 22. 

Cattley, Louis de M., Llandaff, near Cardiff, Wales. Ac- 
cumulator plate. 1,516,373 ; Nov. 18. 

Cattoni, .\lbino, Bradford, Pa. Appliance for setting 
and removing tires. 1.480,371 ; Jan. 8. 

Cattoni, Albino, Bradford, Pa. Pipe coupling. 1,506,564 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Catucci, Pliny, Newark, N. J. Fishing reel. 1,506,162; 
Aug. 26. 

Caudle, Melvin A., Vanwood, W. Va. Dumping car. 
1,508,645 ; Sept. 16. 

Cauffield, Carl C. (See Cauffield, Robert J. and C. C.) 

Cauffleld, Robert J. and C. C, Niles, Ohio Air com- 
pressor. 1,500,052 ; July 1. 

Caufield, Norman H., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Stooking-machine elevator. 1,492,421 ; Apr. 29. 

Caufield, Norman H., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Stooker. 1,511,505 : Oct. 14. 

Caufield. Norman H., Victoria, British Columrbia, Canada. 
Stooking-machine elevator. 1,511.655 ; Oct. 14. 

Cautiild. Norman H., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Stnnkcr. 1.521.075 ; Dec. 30. 

Caughev, David, New York, N. Y. Internal-combustion- 
motor piston. 1,518,048 ; Doc. 2. 

Caughey, Robert C, Dixon, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, 
Racine, Wis. Implement frame. 1.500. 307 ; July 8. 

Caughey, Robert C, Dixon, 111., as.signor to J. I. Case 
Thrpshiug Machine Company. Racine, Wis. Agricul- 
tural-implement frame. 1,509.826 ; Sept. 30. 

Caukin, Lavant V., assignor to Menasha Printing & Car- 
ton Co., Monasha, Wis. Making offset color plates. 
1,499,000; Juno 24. 

Cauldon Potteries, Ltd. (See Price, John H., assignor.) 

Caulk, L. D., Company, The. (.See Davis, Wallace C, 
assignor.) 

Caulk, li. D., Company. (See Lewis, Fredeiitk B., as- 
signor.) 

Cauikins, Cecil P., Now London, Conn. Game apparatus. 
1.510.385: Sept. .SO. 

Caumont, Marcel L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cover fastener. 
1,513,581 ; Oct. 28. 

Causey, Guy M., Salem, Oreg. Dipper or scoop. 1,481,890; 
Jan. 29. 

Cau^ev, Diiniol W.. Norfolk, Va. N'eodle-reijointing de- 
vice. 1,510,704 ; Oct. 7. 



Causse, Andr^ M., Paris, France. Vehicle wheel. 
1,481.690 ; Jan. 22. 

Caute, Louis, Paris, assignor to Societe de Construction 
du Tractour Vigneron Georges Vidal, Montpellier, 
Herault, France. Mechanism for actuated endless- 
track motor vehicles. 1,490,799; Apr. 15. 

Cautbcrv. Joseph, Manchester, and J. W. Banks, Brad- 
ford, "England. Water injector. 1.511,048; Oct. 7. 

Cavallaro, Frank, San Jose, Calif. Fire hydrant. 
1.483,410 ; Feb. 12. 

Cavanagh. James, Dorchester, and L. E. Topliam, Swamp- 
scott, Mass., assignors to United Shoo Machinery Cor- 
poration, I'aterson, N. J. Shoe-supporting jack. 
1,488,094 : Mar. 25. 

Cavanagh. James, Boston, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Last. 
1,500,106 : July 8. 

Cavanagh, James, Boston, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Turn shoe. 
1,509,126 ; Sept. 23. 

Cavanagh. ,lohn F.. Providence, R. I. Electrical switch. 
1.521.432 ; Dec. 30. 

Cavanaugb, Leander J.. Swanipscott, Mass. Ornament- 
ing and proofing fabrics. I,5i0,654 ; Oct. -7. 

Cave, ICdward U.. Lancaster, Ohio, and W. J. Blenko, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., assignors, by mesne n.^signnrents, to 
The Fairfield Engineering Co., Marion, Ohio. Appara- 
tus for <(ialing locomotives. 1,521.270: Dec. 30. 

Cave, Elmore, St. Louis, Mo. Window ventilator. 
1.491,514 ; Apr. 22. 

Cave, Henry, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Knox Motors 
Company. Tea wagon or the like. 1,512,100 : Oct. 21. 

Cave, Henry, assignor to The Fuller Brush Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Broom. 1,519.359; Dec. 16. 

Cave. John R. (See Williamson, A. E., and Cavo.) 

Cavedpn, Alexander. (See Kovar, J. H., Schiniok, and 
Cavedon.) 

Cavell, Henry W., Los Angeles, Calif. Visor. Des. 
64,441 ; Apr. 15. 

Cavender, Walter T., Sabinal, Tex. Rotary well-drilling 
machine. 1,507,986 : Sept. 9. 

Cavers, Thomas W., Nickelton, Ontario, Canada. Blast- 
furnace smelting. 1,507,581 ; Sept. 9. 

Cavicchi. Roland, Quincy, Mass. Clothesline hanger. 
1.501,096 : July 15. 

Cavin, Frank T. (See Hand, K. B\, and Cavin.) 

Cavin, Mamie L., Baker, Oreg. Hair curler. 1.485.368; 
Mar. 4. 

Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Producing sound 
records. 1,491,256; Apr. 22. 

Cawlev, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Luminous writing at- 
tachment. 1,498,643; June 24. 

Cawlev, Cecil E., Parsons, Kans. Air control for carbu- 
retors. 1,508,922 ; Sept. 16. 

Cawtbron, George, Redwood City, assignor to Axt'ord & 
De Shields, San Jose, Calif. Door handle. Des. 
64,296 ; Mar. 25. 

Cayford, Benjamin B., assignor of one-half to R. Rath- 
man, Portland, Oreg. Saw attachment for vehicles. 
1,488.976; Apr. 1. 

Cayla, Pierre A. P., Paris, assignor to Societe Anonyme 
des Aeroplanes G. Voisin, Seine, France. Control de- 
vice for brakes upon the four wheels of vehicles. 
1,513,219; Oct. 28. 

Caylor, James O. (See Weinman, C. J., Schuster, and 
Caylor.) 

Cavo, Edward L., Buchanan, Mich. Top spinner. 
1.499,803 ; July 1. 

Cecil, .\ndrew, Niles, Ohio. Swimming foot paddle. 
1,506,885 ; Sept. 2. 

Cecil, .\ugustine J., Oconto, Wis. Stake holder. 
1,509,229 ; Sept. 23. 

Cecil, George G., Blackwell, Okla. Oil-well drilling rig. 
1,492,833; May 6. 

Cederberg, Ivar W., Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor 
of seven-tenths to H. M. Biickstrom, Djursholm, 
Sweden. Apparatus for carrying out highly exothermic 
catalytic reactions between gases, particularly cata- 
lytic oxidation of ammonia with oxygen. 1,481,957; 
Jan. 29. 

Cederqnist. Nils. Los Angeles, Calif. Mechanical mo- 
tion. 1,511.049: Oct. 7. 

Celite Company, The. (See Ritchie, Charles F.. as- 
signor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Teitsworth, Clark S.. as- 
signor.) 

Cellars, Robert W., Delaware. Ohio. Garment. 1.502.C14; 
Julv 22. 

Celluloid Company, The. (See Lindsay, William G., as- 
signor.) 

Celluloid Company, The. (See Stevens, John IL, as- 
signor.) 

Celona. Ignatius J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Receptacle closure. 
1.4S5,]()5 : Fob. 20. 

Celona, Ignatius J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Jar cap. 1,485,166; 
Feb. 26. 

Cement Gun Company. (See Crom, John M., assignor.) 

Cement Gun Construction Company. (See Beeby. Frank 
F.. assignor.) 

Cender, John, Foosland, III. Jack. 1.500.004: July 8. 

Centner, Harry W. (Soe Doppes, B. C, and Centner.) 

Centoni, Angelo, Chicago, 111. Controller for electric 
signs. 1,490,092 ; Apr. 15. 



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(See Mortimer, Charles 
^.aee White, Fred 



Central Brass Compauy, The. 
H., assignor.) 

Central uil <!c das Stove Company. 
kj., assigaor. ) 

Central liaUiator Compauy. (See Weiss, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

Central iCaihvay Signal Company. (See Dutcher, Frank, 
assiyuur.j 

Central Hallway Signal Company. (See Edmands, John 
W., assignor.) 

Central dcientinc Compauy. (See Klopsteg, Paul E., as 
signor.) 

Central Scieutiflc Company. (See Klopsteg, P. E., Horn- 
Derger, and Farr, assignors.) 

Central Scientihc Compauy. (See Sachse, Herman i:., 
assignor, i 

Central Trust Company of Illinois. (See Altorfer, 
Alpheus W., assignor.) 

Central Union Trust Company of New York, trustee. 
(See Wheeler, F. K., and MoMeekin, assignors.) 

Centrifugal i'ipe Corporation. (See iJe l^avaud, Dimi- 
tri S., assignor.) 

Ceutroue, Koceo, assignor of one-half to F. Napoli, Brook- 
lyn, XS. 1. Shoe vamp. Ues. 00,933; l-eb. i-. 

Century Rubber Works. (See Venn, Charles J., as- 
signor.) 

Ceutury Saw & Tool Works. (See Jurczyk, Joseph S., 
assignor.) 

Cera, John, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Compauy. Electric holder. 1,401,379 ; Apr. 2.2. 

Ceresole, Paul A. V., Lioudon, England. Contact breaker 
tor internaj-combustion engines. l,-±S2,9tiU ; 1< eb. 5. 

Cerini, Peter V'., Mouroe, Wash. Apparatus lor food 

, prejjaratiou. l,4y'J,So2 ; July 1. 

Cern;^, Jan, Prague, Czechoslovakia. Shorthand type- 
writing. 1,512,001 ; Oct. 14. 

Cerotsky, Rudolf, Charlotteuburg, near Berlin, Germany, 
assignor to W. Sasse, SiJ-andau, Prussia, Germany. 
Apparatus for reboring lioles on drilling machines and 
turning lathes. 1,515,548 ; Nov. 11. 

Cervelli, Blanche, San Francisco, Calif. Reducing bras- 
siere. 1,406,255 ; June 3. 

Cervenec, Andrew, Tarentum, Pa. Rat and mouse trap. 
1,517,192; Nov. 25. 

Cerveuy, Anton, Bellewood, 111. Swinging door or gate 
opening mechanism. 1,515,458 ; Nov. 11. 

Chabbert, Paul E. J., Castres, France. Couch or bed 
pan. 1,483,157 ; Feb. 12. 

Chace, John E., Adamsdale, Mass. Spool carrier for 
braiding machines. 1,48*5,032 ; Mar. 25. 

Chace, William M., Detroit, Mich. Garment-shaping ma- 
chine. 1,496,050; June 3. 

Chace, William M., Detroit, Midi. Detachable cone for 
laundry extractors. 1,505,946 ; Aug. 26. 

Chaddock, George A., Liverpool, England. Device for 
utilizing the reactive force set up by rotating a screw 
propeller or screw fan or the like in a fluid. Hel5,922 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Chaddock, George A., Liverpool, England. Device for 
utilizing the reactive force set up by rotating a screw 
propeller or screw fan or the like in a fluid. 1,491,982 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Chadek, James, Appleton, Wis. Attachment for wood- 
turning lathes. 1,487,538 ; Mar. 18. 

Chadeloid Chemical Company. (See Brooks, Benjamin 
T., assignor.) 

Chadeloid Chemical Company. (See Ellis, Carleton, as- 
signor.) 

Chadwick, Clarence B., and J. R. MacPherson, assignors 
to The Bankers Supply Co., Chicago, 111. Check-guar- 
anty certificate. 1,483,926 ; Feb. 19. 

ChadwicU, iiiiiiaiiuel, Detroit, Mich. Steam-line control. 
1,486,281 : Mar. 11. 

Chadwick, Everett D., Winchester, Mass. Recorder t'oi 
watchmen and the like. 1,504,213 ; Aug. 12. 

Chadwick, George, New York, N. Y. Decalcomania-trans- 
ferring machine. 1,504,545 ; Aug. 12. 

Chadwick, George A. (See Delano, H., Chadwick, and 
Kemp.) 

Chadwick, John N., assignor of one-half to E. McDob- 
bins, Camden, N. J. Level. 1,507,334 ; Sept. 2. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Metal Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Adjustable support for burners and the like. Rel5,964 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Chadwick, Lee S., assignor to The Cleveland Metal Prod- 
ucts Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil burner. 
1,484,172; Feb. 19. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, assignor to 
Tlie Cleveland Metal Products Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Liquid-fuel burner. 1,487,206; Mar. 18. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, assignor to 
The Cleveland Metal Products Comr)any, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Stove. 1,492,626; May 6. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, assignor to 
The Cleveland Metal Products Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Oil burner. 1,403,518 ; May 18. 

Chadwick, Leo S., Shaker Heiglits Village, assignor to 
The Cleveland Metal Products Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Safety oil burner. 1,498,152; June 17. 

Chadwick, Willinm E., and J. A. Creighton, assignors to 
E. Westbrrg, Los Angeles, Calif. Theft-warning signal 
for vehicles. 1,495,883 ; May 27. 



Chadwick, William E., and J. A. Creighton, assignors to 
G. E. Westberg, Los Angeles, Caiif. Theft-waruing 
signal or wheel lock for vehicles. 1,500,924; July 8. 

Chaifee, Ida, Missoula, Mont. Thigh and calf legging. 
1,4S8,379 ; Mar. 2,5. 

Chain Belt Company. (See Roddy, Gustav R., assignor.) 

ChaRov, Sievel, Philadelphia, Pa. Handle. 1,490,050 ; 
May 27. 

Chalfant, Cotter S., Chicago, 111. Spark arrester for lo- 
comotives. Kel5,765 ; Feb. 12. 

Chalgreu, Edward. (See Morrison, T., and Chalgren.) 

Chalk, George H., Philadelphia, Pa. Wire motion for 
looms. 1,484,008 ; Feb. 19. 

Chalk, Homer c, i>au Antonio, Tex. Attachment for 
p^e.^ses. 1,521,500 ; Dec. 30. 

Chalker, George. (See Newbrough, Walt, assignor.) 

CUallacombe, Robert H. (See Holdaway, H. 11., and 
Challacombe.) 

Challenge iVlacuinery Company, The. (See Lee, James 
W., assignor.) 

Challenger, Voorhees W., assignor to N. W. Ayer & Son, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Applying labels to phonographic 
records and other articles. 1,400,151 ; June --t. 

Chalman, John E., assignor to Union Special Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Multiple-ueedle sewing ma- 
chine. 1,494,319 ; May 13. 

Chalmers, William, Lovelocks, Nev. Match striker. 
1,470,427 ; Jan. 1. 

Chaloner, Thomas T., New York, N. Y. Safety device 
for railvi'ay gates. 1,518,062 ; Dec. 0. 

Chamberlain, Lloyd L., Waterloo, Iowa. Clothes wringer. 
1,4»0,744 ; Jan. 15. 

Chamberlain, George. (See Davis, Alex B., assignor.) 

Chamberlain, George L., Chicago, 111. Electrical connec- 
tion. 1,502,550 ; July 22. 

Chamberlain Machine Works. (See Anderson, Oscar T., 
assignor.) 

Chamberlain, Minor E., St. Louis, Mo. Metallic lath. 

1,518,391 ; Dec. 9. 
Chamberlain, Rufus N., Chicago, 111., assignor to Gould 

islorage Battery Company, New York, N. y. Separator 

and treating the same. 1,400,204 ; Apr. 15. 
Chamberlain, Rufus N., Chicago, 111., assignor to Gould 

Storage Battery Co., New York, N. Y. Storage battery. 

1,511,826; Oct. 14. 
Chamberlain, Walter W., Watertown, N. Y. Duplex 

wiper for windshields. 1,510,041 ; Sept. 30. 
Chamberlain, Walter W., Watertown, N. Y. Carton filler. 

1.511,944 ; Oct. 14. 
Chamberlaud, Prank A., Boston, Mass. Power-operated 

safety razor. 1,400,961; Apr. 22. 
Chamberlin, Albert V., Coeur d'Aleue, Idaho. Clieckiug 

machine. 1,496,840 ; June 10. 
Chamberlin, Benjamin D., assignor to Eastman Kodak 

Company, Rochester, N. Y. Photographic shutter. 

1,402,357 ; Apr. 20. 
Chamberlin, Benjamin D., assignor to Eastman Kodak 

Company, Rochester, N. Y^. Aerial camera. 1,502,173 ; 

July 22. 
Chamberlin, Clarence P., Birmingham, assignor of one- 
half to Joseph N. Smith & Company, Detroit, Mich. 

Automobile door lock. 1,509,283 ; Sept. 23. 
Chamberlin, Lewis H., et al. (See Claire, Louis V., as- 
signor.) 

Chambers, Charles W., Vanoss, Okla. Egg case. 
1,509,710 ; Sept. 23. 

Chambers, Cornelius, Shirley, England. Liquid-delivery 
tap. 1,501,310 ; July 15. 

Chambers, James S., Los Angeles, Calif. Sack valve and 
tie. 1,492,960 ; May 6. 

Chambers, John A., Belfast, Ireland. Spring catch or 
fastener. 1,482,384 ; Feb. 5. 

Chambers, John E., Sheibyville, Ind. Cooking stove. 
1,520.807 : Dec, 30. 

Chambers, John E., and E. L. Van Dolsen, Shelbvville, 
Ind. Sand cutter. 1,512,406; Oct. 21. 

Chambers, John H., Belfast, Ireland. Change-speed gear 
for self-propelled vehicles. 1,488,381 ; Mar. 25. 

Chambers, Joseph A., New Orleans, La. System of and 
apparatus for retailing liquids. 1,500.547 ; July 8. 

Chambers, Robert M., and J. Jackson, Belfast, Ireland. 
Sliding glass window. 1,482,383 ; Feb. 5. 

Chambers, Stephen G., Oregon City, Oreg. Paper-ma- 
chine couch roll. 1,509,584 ; Sept. 23. 

Chambersburg Engineering Company. (See Clarke, Eu- 
gene C, assignor.) 

Cliambon, Henri, Paris, France. Cigarette-paper book. 
1,511,107; Oct. 7. 

Champion, Albert, assignor to A C Spark Plug Com- 
pany, Flint, Mich. Device for and method of form- 
ing ceramic objects. 1,491,079; Apr. 22. 

Clianipioii. Albert, Flint, and L. lUnckmore, Highland 
Park, assignors to A C Spark Plug Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Spark plug and making the same. 1,511,109 ; 
Oct. 7. ■ 

Champion, .\lbert J., assignor to A C Spark Plug Com- 
pany, Flint, Mich. Double-insulated spark plug. 
1,501,021 ; July 8. 

Champion Coaled l',-i|ier Company, The. (See Thomson, 
Logan (!., assigiiin-.) 

Champion Conserver Company, The. (See Carter, Albert 
C, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



(See Corey, W. G., Kniglit, and 
(See Duubaugh, 



Champion, Louis F 

CJaampion. ) 
Chajnpion ilanufacturiug Company. 

George J., jr., assignor.) 
Champion Kegister Company, The. (See Moss, Victor G., 

aBsignor.) 
Champion, Sandy, Hot Springs, Ark. Wrench. 1,409,804; 

July 1. 
Champion Shoe Machinery Company. (See Dobyne, 

Stephen A., assignor.) 
Chauipioii JSpark Plug Company. (See Rohde, Otto C, 

assignor.) 
Champlii), Lee L. (See Kelly, E. P., Champlin, and 

Ario.) 
Champney, Ralph P., Worcester, and F. Robins Mitchell, 

Weston, Mass. Driving belt. 1,511,390 ; Oct. 14. 
Chan, Fred H., San Francisco, Calif. Vehicle signal-lamp 

casing. Des. 65,905 ; Nov. 18. 
Chan, Harry K., Honolulu, Hawaii. Power-operated 

magazine brush. 1,519,530 ; Dec. 16. 
Chance Brothers and Co. (See Forster, Alfred L., as- 
signor.) 
Chance, Henry M., Philadelphia, Pa. Safety razor. 

1,485,214 ; Feb. 26. 
Chance, Ueury M., Philadelphia, Pa. Safety razor. 

l,49t>,i:'.J5 ; .luue 3. 
Ctance, Henry M., Philadelphia, Pa. Safety razor. 

1,496,290 ; June 3. 
Chance, Heury M., i'liiladelphia, I'a., and T. M. Chance, 

Baltimore, Md. Methud and' apparatus for excavating 

and loading materials. 1,491,788 ; Apr. 20. 
Chance, Henry M., I'hiladelphia, Pa. Safety razor. 

1,496,297 ; June 3. 
Chance and Hunt, Limited. (See Calder, W. A. S., and 

Palmer, assignors.) 
Chance, Thomas M. (See Chance, Henry M. and T. M.) 
Chandler, Alexander. (See Gage, Edward G., assignor.) 
Chandler, Clarence S. (See Lewis, B. B., and Chandler.) 
Chandler, Digby W., jr., assignor to Annin & Co., New 

York, N. i'. Convention banner. Des. 65,100 ; July 8. 
Chandler, Francis P., Houston, Tex. Toy. 1,493,243 ; 

May 6. 
Chandler, Fred, Xakima, Wash. Mower attachment for 

tractors. 1,486,727 : Mar. 11. 
Chandler, Harry. (See Wilkins, K. F., and Chandler.) 
Chandler, Harry A., assignor to Dennison Manufacturing 

Co., Framingham, Mass. Tag package. 1,482,285 ; 

Jan. 29. 
Chandler, Henry J., Plattsmouth, Nebr. Safety device for 

planes. 1,479,696 ; Jan. 1. 
Chandler, Heurv T., Marysville, Mich. Malleableizlng 

iron. 1,487,719; Mar. 25. 
Chandler, Homer P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany,' Mansfield, Ohio. Conductor support. 1,512,457 ; 

Oct. 21. 
Chandler, James H., London, England. Resilient device 

for vehicles. 1,499.152 ; June 24. 
Chandler, Jermain, Toledo, Ohio. Dental appliance. 

1,500,107 ; July 8. 
Chandler, John, Chino, Calif. Fruit drier. 1,482,972 ; 

Feb. 5. 
Chandler, Milford G., Chicago, assignor to C. B. Camp, 

Oak Park, and L. A. Williams, Evanston, 111., joint trus- 
tees. Carburetor. 1,495,247; May 27. 
Chandler, Milton E., assignor to Stromberg Research Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Shock absorber. 1,493,734 ; 

May 13. 
Chandler Motor Car Company. (See Walker, Hiram L., 

assignor.) 
Chandler and Price Company, The. (See Tyler, R. S., 

and McGeorge, assignors.) 
Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Tyler, Ralph S., 

assignor.) 
Chaney, Newcorab K., Lakewood, Ohio. Adsorptive car- 
bon and making the same. 1,497,543; June 10. 
Chaney, Newcomb K., Kew Gardens, N. Y. Adsorbent 

charcoal and making the same. 1,497, .'544 ; June 10. 
Chaney, Newcomb K., Kew Gardens, N. i'., assignor to 

National Carbon Company, Inc. Activating carbon. 

1,499.908; July 1. 
Chanin, Leo, Brooklyn, N. Y. Garter sock. 1,512,876 ; 

Oct. 21. 
Chaunell, Charles A., Chicago. III., assignor to Channel! 

Chemical Company. Floor mop. 1,485.482 ; Mar. 4. 
Channell Chemical Company. (See Cliannell, Charles 

A., assignor.) 
Channell, Isaac M., Duquesne, Pa. Automatic cut-off. 

1,510,380 : Sept. 30. 
Chantilis, Charles A., Bellevue, Ohio. Cigarette holder. 

1,500,802 : July 8. 
flhapatte. Julia. Tuxpdo Park, N. Y. Automatic hand 

knitting machine. 1.O0.3.024 ; July 29. 
Chapel, Charles A., Lawton, Okla. Lock mechanism. 

1,489,234; Apr. 8. 
Chapin, John J., New York, assignor to Remington Ac- 
counting Machine Coriwration, Ilion, N. Y. Calculat- 
ing machine. 1,479,455 ; Jan. 1. 
Chapin, Willard C, and J. H. Pettee, Rockland. Me. 

Radiator for internal-combustion engines. 1,510,828 ; 

Oct. 7. 
Chapin, William A., assignor to Automatic Electric Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Private automatic exchange. 

1,515,837; Nov. 18. 



Chaplain, George H. (See Seber, j. E., and Chaplain.) 

Chaplin-Fnlton Manufacturing Company, The. (See Mc- 
Kee, William, assignor.) 

Chaplin-Fulton Manulacturing Company, The. (See Ral- 
ston, William S., assignor.) 

Chaplin, Merle P., White Plains, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Friction clutch. 1,480,239 ; Jan. 8. 

Chaplin. Merle P., White Plains, assignor to Western 
Electric Companv, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Speed regulator. 1.487,314; Mar. IS. 

Chapman, Byron J., St. Louis, Mo. Method of and appa- 
ratus for determining the location of the piston within 
a cylinder of an internal-combustion engine. 1,485,900 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Chapman, Charles E. (See Kramer, A. A., and Chap- 
man.) 

Chapman, Charles E., assignor of one-half to J. Good- 
fellow, Fort Edward, N. Y. Welding-torch burner. 
1,489,659 ; Apr. 8. 

Chapman, Charles E., assignor of one-half to J. Good- 
fellow, Fort Edward, N. Y. Apparatus for burning 
hydrocarbon oils. 1,402,674 ; May 6. 

Chapman, Charles B., assignor of one-half to J. Good- 
fellow, Fort Edward, N. Y. Apparatus for burning fuel 
oils. 1,493,019 ; May 6. 

Chapman, Charles E., assignor of one-half to J. Good- 
fellow, Fort Edward, N. Y. Oil heater. 1,493,020; 
May 6. 

Chapman. Charles E., assignor of one-lialf to J. Goodfel- 
low. Fort Edward, N. Y. Tire tool. 1.49.T..SS4 ; May 27. 

Chapman, Charles E., assignor of one-half to J. Good- 
fellow, Fort Edward, N. Y. Heater. 1,514,434 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Chapman, Clarence M., Terryville, assignor to The Chap- 
man Machine Company, PIvmouth, Conn. Stock-feed- 
ing mechanism. 1,484,602 ; Feb. 19. 

Chapman, Clarence M., Terryville, assignor to The Chap- 
man Machine Company, Plymouth, Conn. Turret 
mechanism. 1,484,603 ; Feb. 19. 

Chapman, Clarence M., assignor to The Chapman Ma- 
chine Company, Plymouth, Conn. Automatic screw 
machine. 1,484,604 ; Feb. 19. 

Chapman, Earl, Oakland, Calif., assignor of one-half to 
F. McCarroll, Boise, Idaho. Block-surfacing machine. 
1,505,947 ; Aug. 26. 

Chapman, Earle E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Miller-Chapman Company. Shackle for automobile 
wlieels and spokes. 1.485.59.5 ; Mar. 4. 

Chapman, Earle E., assignor to Burger & Chapman, Lot 
Angeles, Calif. Flexible truss bumper. 1,489,929; 
Apr. 8. 

Chapman, Bvelvn H., Highland Park, Mich. Clothes- 
rack. 1.497,209 : June 10. 

Chapman, Frank C, Modesto, Calif. Fruit dipping and 
cleaning apparatus. 1,499,443; July 1. 

Chapman, Frank D., Berlin. Wis. Cooker for canned 
material. 1,484,756 ; Feb. 26. 

Chapman, Frank D., Berlin, Wis. Apparatus for agitating 
foodstuffs and the like. 1,491,031 ; Apr. 22. 

Chapman. Frank 1)., Berlin. Wi.s. Continuous cooker. 
1,510,544 : Oct. 7. 

Chapman. Frank F. B., Nashua, N. IL, assignor to Bur- 
lock-Walford Co.. Inc.. Boston. Mass. Powdered prep- 
aration for poultices. 1,519,755 ; Di'c. 16. 

Chapman, John C, assignor to The Whitney Manufac- 
turing Company, Hartford, Conn. Connecting link for 
drive chains. 1,496,298: June 3. 

Chapman Machine Company, The. (See Chapman, Clar- 
ence M., assignor.) 

Chapman, Norton E., St. Paul, Minn. Egg-grading de- 
vice. 1,499,153; June 24. 

Chapman, Odan, Basile, La. Clutch mechanism. 
1,493.244 : May 6. 

Chapman, Penrose E.. St. Louis, Mo. Armature and 
coil winding maciiine. 1.500.181 : July 8. 

Chapman, Ray K., and E. G. Messer, Elma, Wash. Sus- 
penrtod cable carrier. 1,501,748: July 15. 

Chapman, Ray K., and E. G. Messer, Elma, Wash. 
Fair lead. 1,500.711 ; Sept. 23. 

Chapman. Richard B., Santa Barbara, assignor of one- 
half lo v.. ('. SIrpbens. Los Anucles. Calil. Adjustable 
.shelf. ].4.S0,3(;i : ^^.■l^. 11. 

Chapman, Robert N., Dublin, Ga. Sand drier. 1.492,834 ; 
May 0. 

Chapman. Robert N.. Dublin. Ga. Quick drying of clay 
articles 1.520.328 : Pre. 23. 

Chapman, Roy. (See Reddick, J. ,T., and Chapman.) 

Chapman, Roval N., St. Paul, Minn. Fumlgant. 
1.502,174 : Jnly 22. 

Chapman Si'lf-Locking Nut Co., trustee. (See Emery, 
I. C, assignor.) 

Chapman-Stein Furnace Company. (See Chapman, Wil- 
liam B., .•issl!;nor. > 

Chapman. Thomas L.. Bondsville, assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Filling-replenishing 
loom. 1,480,931 ; Jan. 15. 

Chapman, William B.. Now Y'ork, N". Y., assignor to 
Ciiapraan-Stein I'nrnaoi' Company. Mount Vernon, Ohio. 
liecnpr-rator. 1.481,348: Jan. 22. 

Chapman. William F.. Los Angeles, Calif. Method and 
means for preventing skidding. 1,491,199 ; Apr. 22. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Chapman, William H., Portland, Me. Apparatus for 
neutralizing static electricity. 1,489,425 ; Apr. a. 

Chappell, Arthur E., Waukegan, 111. Surfacing machine. 
1,493,147 : May 6. 

Chappell, Bartlett H., assignor to W. G. Brown, New 
York, N. Y. Internal-combustioH engine. 1,485,483; 
M.ir. 4. 

Chappell, Bert C, Kockville, Mo. Thrasher. 1,509,712 ; 
Sept. 23. 

Chappell, Christopher C, Apponaug, R. I. Separable 
button. 1,515,997 ; Nov. 18. 

Chappell, Marvin L., E. P. Wright, and M. M. Moore, El 
Beguiido, Calif., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
San Francisjco, Calif. Treating spent clarifying and 
decolorizing anents. 1,488,805 ; Apr. 1. 

Chappell, William R. (See Poole, Amos R., assignor.) 

Charbonneau, Henry J. (See Lintott, H. T., and Charbon- 
neau.) 

Charbonneau. Leonard, Ogdcnsburg, N. Y. Automobile 
visor and auxiliary shield. 1,517,954 ; Dec. 2. 

Charbonneaux, Edward A., San Francisco, Calif. Fuel 
and proce.ss of production. 1,480.372 ; .Jan. 8. 

Charbonnier, Prosper J., Paris, E^-ance. Equilibrated 
breechblock. 1,479,697; .Tan. 1. 

Charbonnier, Prosper J., Paris, France. Extraction de- 
vice fur urtiUery. l,497,32r) ; .June 10. 

Chard, Lodge Y., Newcastle, Ind. Multiple-purpose tool 
holder. 1,502,712 ; July 29. 

Charette, George W., assignor of one-half to H. Donnan, 
Fort Collins, Colo. Hose coupling. 1,506,048 ; Aug. 26. 

Charette, Thomas J. (See Sheehan, Michael J., as- 
signor.) 

Charipar, Joseph V., Chicago, 111. Bag. 1,497,429 ; 
June 10. 

Charland, Frederick A., Lyndonville, Vt. Combined step- 
ladder and ironing board. 1,499,343 ; July 1. 

Charland, Frederick A., Lyndonville, Vt. Captive aero- 
plane toy. 1,514,602 ; Nov. 11. 

Charles, Albert B., IBlue Mound, Kaus. Intake manifold 
for gasoline-propelled vehicles. 1,519,665 ; Dec. 16. 

Charles, Henry H., Manor Townsliip, Lancaster County, 
Pa. Incubator. 1,510,460 : Oct. 7. 

Charleston, Mace E., Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana- 
da. Stamp-operating device. 1.508,676 ; Sept. 16. 

Charliss, Charles F. J., Houston, Tex. Bolt. 1,490,410; 
Apr. 15. 

Charlton, Albert J., Lowden, Iowa. Disk wheel. 
1,513,742 ; Nov. 4. 

Charlton, Albert J., Lowden, Iowa. Combined water 
gauge and heat indicating device. 1,519,438 ; Dec. 16. 

Charlton, Harry W., a.ssignor to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Phosphoric-acid recovery. 
1,513.088 ; Oct. 28. 

Charlton, Robert W., Pineville, La. Indicating insulator. 
1.521,433 ; Dec. .'iO. 

Charm. Hyman, Dorchester, Mass. Support for outlet 
boxes. 1,498,868 : June 24. 

Charnock, George H., Buffalo, N. Y. Silencer for gas- 
engine valve mechanism. 1,500,605 ; July 8. 

Charpeatier, Joseph O., Concord. N. H. Scraper. 
1,511,444; Oct. 14. 

Charsky, Benjamin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lunch kit. 
1,509,930 ; Sept. 30. 

Charter, James A., Chicago, 111. WheeL 1,515,144 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Charton, Pierre, Jlontreal, Quebec, Canada. RefiUable 
pencil. 1.485,484 ; Mar. 4. 

Chase, Aurin M., Syracuse, N. Y. Endless track for trac- 
tors. 1,501,097 ; July 15. 

Chase Companies Inc., The. (See Recker, Adolph C, 
assignor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Recker, A. C, and Cady, 
a.ssignoi'S.) 

Chase, E. A., Granite Company. (See Sanborn, R. G., 
and Haslam, assignors.) 

Chase, EIroy A., Northfield, Vt. Stone-surfacing wheel. 
1,484,810; Feb. 26. 

Chase, Elroy A., Northfield, Vt. Stone-flnlshing machine. 
1,491,515 ; Apr. 22. 

Chase, Elrov A., Nortlifield, Vt. Stone-finishing machine. 
1,493,519 : May 13. 

Cliase, Elroy A., Northfield, Vt. Granite-working tool. 
1,503,026; July 29. 

Chase, Elroy A.. Northfield, Vt. Edge trimmer for stone 
blocks. 1,509,585 ; Sept. 23. 

Chase, Elroy A., Northfield, Vt. Edge-lining machine. 
1,509,586; Sept. 23. 

Chase, Frank D., Inc. (See Webster, Towner K., jr., 
assignor.) 

Chase, George C'., South Orange, N J., assignor to Mon- 
roe Calculating Machine Company, New York, N. Y. 
Counting-wheel carry mechanism. 1,504,741 ; Aug. 12. 

Chase, Harold M., and G. W. Robertson, Danville, as- 
signors to Riverside and Dan River Cotton Mills, Inc., 
Pittsylvania County, Va. Long-chain-warp-treating 
apparatus. 1,500,298; July 8. 

Chase, Harold M., nnd G. W. Robertson, Danville, as- 
signors to Riverside and Dan River Cotton Mills, Inc., 
Pittsylvania County, Va. Warp - dyeing apparatus. 
1,500,299 ; .Tnly 8. 

Chase, IrAvin, Bayonno, N. J., assignor to The Elco 
Works of The Electric Boat Company. Pumping svs- 
t(-m. 1,517,665; Dec. 2. 



Chase, John W., Bangor, Me. Calculating or computing 
machine. 1,511,945 ; Oct. 14. 

Chase, Joseph B., Schenectady, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Van Wie & Chase Corporation, Glovers- 
ville, N. Y. Ice-cream-can lifter and ^carrier. 
1,488,455 ; Mar. 25. 

Chase, L. C, & Company. (See Hopewell, Henry C, 
assignor.) 

Chase, Lyle G., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, assignor to 
Yarnall-Waring Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam 
trap. 1,506,291 ; Au.g. 26. 

Chase, Lyle G., assignor to Yarnall-Waring Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Diagonal-flow meter. 1,508,677; 
Sept. 16. 

Chase, Maurice E., Cambridge, Mass. Concrete insert. 
1,485,596 ; Mar. 4. 

Chase, I'iiilip tl. (See Foster, William, assignor.) 

Chase, Robert P., Montara, Calif. Combined floating 
breakwater and power generator. 1,507,461 ; Sept. 2. 

Chase-Shawmut Company, The. (See Buchanan, Leon- 
ard B., assignor.) 

Chase, Sherwood M., Columbus, Ohio. Jack. 1,505,948; 
Aug. 26. 

Chase, Sherwood M., Columbus, Ohio. Bearing. 
1,506,710 ; Aug. 26. 

Chase, Sherwood BI., Columbus, Ohio. Valve. 1,506,711; 
Aug. 26. 

Chase, Sylvia R., Minneapolis, Minn. Buttonless neck- 
band for shirts. 1,498,232 ; June 17. 

Chase, Warren D., Hartford, Conn. Traction device. 
1,493,471 ; May 13. 

Chase, Wilfred O., Redford, Mich., assignor to Stewart- 
Warner Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, 111. Vac- 
uum tank. 1,517,048 ; Nov. 25. 

Chase, William H., Hopedale, Mass. Blank for cost- 
accounting system. 1,506,814 ; Sept. 2. 

Chasseraux, Emile, Paris, France. Flash-light appara- 
tus. 1,502,939 : July 29. 

Chassy, Leon, Firminy, Loire, France. Apparatus for 
n,,t .,-,.i. ;. ;i)iv iii'f-ing brake blocks on railway lines. 
1,480,503; Jan. 8. 

Chfiteaii, Jules, Millau, France. Filtering device for 
liquid carburetants. 1,489,519; Apr. 8. 

Chateauneuf, Frank, Lynn, Mass. Sole-positioning device 
for shoe-last jacks. 1,484,322 ; Feb. 19. 

Chatham, Louis C, San Diego, Calif. Swimming ai>- 
pliance. 1,514,435 ; Nov. 4. 

Chatillon, George E., assignor to John Chatillon & Sons, 
New York, N, Y. Knife protector. 1,508,382; 
Sept. 16. 

Chatillon, John, & Sons. (See Chatillon, George B., as- 
signor.) 

Chatillon, John, & Sons. (See Stevens, Frederick M., 
assignor.) 

Chatterton, Harry B., West Somerville, Mass. Elastic 
bandage. 1,499,805 ; July 1. 

Chatto, Byron H., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Dynamo- 
electric machine. 1,490,205 ; Apr. 15. 

Chatwood Safe Company Limited. (See Bruckehaw, H. S., 
and Clayton, assignors.) 

Chaudifere, Etienne, Liege, Belgium. Rotary-base discharg- 
ing device for cement furnaces and the like. 1,495,631 ; 
May 27. 

Chauvin, Fred. (See Bergeron, S. J., and Chauvin.) 

Chauvin, Justin E,, Montegut, La. Animal trap. 
1,508,217 ; Sept, 9. 

Chaviara, John N. (See Gill, J. P., and Chavlara.) 

Cbavies, Fred. (See Stewart, J. M., and Chavies.) 

Chavrier, Antoine P., Lyon, France. Universal Joint. 
1,498,678; June 24. 

Chayer, Pierre G., assignor of one-half to A. Lapointe, 
Limollou, Quebec, Canada. Apparatus for removing 
snow or the like. 1,505,863; Aug. 19. 

Chayes, Herman E. S., New York, N. Y. Forming dental 
anchoring devices, 1,514,831 ; Nov. 11. 

Cheatham, Loverd B., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to P. and S. 
Electric Heating Company, Wilmington, Del. Electric 
fluid heater. L507,544 ; Sept. 2. 

Cheek, Tolbert F., assignor to Welte-Mignon Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Controlling means for pneu- 
matic motors. 1,498,233 ; June 17. 

Cheek, Tolbert F., assignor to Welte-Mlgnon Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Record-controlled grand piano. 
1,505,374 ; Aug. 19. 

Cheek, Tolbert F., assignor to Welte-Mignon Corporation, 
New York, N. Y, Automatic musical instrun>ent. 
1,521,571 ; Dee. 30. 

Cheely. Samuel, Lodi, Calif. Rat guard for ship cables. 
1,486,417; Mar. 11. 

Cheesman, James D., Kansas City, Mo. Roll-paper 
holder. 1 ,515,382 ; Nov. 11, 

Cheetham, Arthur, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Machine 
for making envelopes, 1,519,439 ; Dec, 16. 

Chefko, Helen, (See Chefko, Joseph, assignor.) 

Chefko, Joseph, assignor to H. Chefko, New York, N. Y. 
Game. 1,518,178 ; Dec. 9. 

Chelsea Fibre Mills. (See Woodcock, Eugene C, as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Construction Company. (See Hechenbleikner, 
I., and Gilchrist, assignors.) 

Chemical Equipment Company. (See La Bour, Harry 
B., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alpluibetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Eberlein, Wilhelm, 

assignor.) 
Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Fleischer, Bmil, 

assignor.) 
ChfDiical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Gerngross, O., 

ami Kast, assignors.) 
Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Hassler, Franz, 

assignor.) 
Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Tambach, Rudolf, 

assignor.) 
Chemical Machinery Corporation. (See Field, Crosby, 

assignor.) 
Chemical Specialties Company, The. (See Saunders, Har- 
old F., assignor.) 
Chemical Works. (See Stoll, A., and Suter, assignors.) 
Chemical Worlis formerly Saudoz. (See Sonnenfeld. E., 

and Stoll, assignors.) 
Chemische Fabril; auf Actien (vorm. E. Schering.) (See 

Rohde, Karl, assit,'nor.) 
Chemische Fabrik auf Actien (vorm. E. Schering). (See 

Troester, C, and Emde, assignors.) 
Chemische Fabrik Cothen, Inhaber Emil Musche. (Sec 

Sehollmeyer, Gustav, assignor.) 
Chemische i'abrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Laska, A. L., 

and Zitscher, assignors.) 
Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron, The. (See Specke- 

ter 11., SiiU, and Billinger, assignors.) 
Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Thomas, 

Felix, assignor.) 
ChetQische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Wagner, 

Hermann, assignor.) 
Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Zitscher, 

A., and Laska, assignors.) 
Chemische Fabrik Weissenstein G. m. h. H. (See Baum, 

Gustav, assignor.) 
Cheuiiiitz, Jlattliiius, Dusseldorf, Germany. Motor plow. 

1,497,488; June 10. 
Chenault. Colbv B., Nashville, Tenn. Spring bed. 

1,492.070 ; Apr. 29. 
Cheneau, Louis J. J. B., Paris, France. Aerial railway. 

1,491,671 ; Apr. 22. 
Cheney, Charles C, Charlestown, Mass. Bill folder. 

1,483,279; Feb. 12. 
Chenov, Coleman D., Lyndhurst, N. J., assignor to H. 

Scliultz & Company, Chicago, 111. Thumb-holding 

means for box-covering machines. 1,515,145 ; Nov. 11. 
Cheney, Ererett W. (See Bixby, F. L., Gibson, and 

Cheney.) „ 

Cheney, George K., Baldwin, N. Y. Drummer's trap. 

1,495,072 ; May 27. 
Cheney, George K., Baldwin, assignor to himself and 

C. L. Randall, New York, N. Y. Mute for musical 

instruments. 1,489,629 ; Apr. 8. 
Cheney, Samuel, Guildford, Western Australia, Australia. 

Spark arrester. 1,487,838 ; Max. 25. 
Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Burton, Frank 

C;., assignor.) 
Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Doerr, Fred 

H., assignor.) 
Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See MacLachlan, 

Lacblan, assignor.) 
Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Roedding, Gor- 
don E., assignor.) 
Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Roedding, G. 

E., and Doerr, assignors.) 
Cheney Talking Macliine Co. (See Swanson, C. E., and 

Burton, assignors.) 
Chenev, William H. (See McKenney. F. Y.. and Cheney.) 
Chenoweth, Floyd W., Perry, Iowa. Demountable-rim 

expanding and contracting tool. 1,513,156; Oct. 28. 
Chenoweth, William J., Decatur, 111. Putting cup. 

1,505,375 ; Aug. 19. 
Cheplin, Harrv A. (See Rettger, L. F., and Cheplin.) 
Cherbonnier, George C, Ferguson, Mo., assignor to Ameri- 
can Car & Foundry Co.. New York, N. Y. General- 
service railway car. 1 ,488,063 ; Apr. 1. 
Cherniak, Nicholas, Bethlehem, Pa. Life-saving device. 

1,490,157; Apr. 15. 
Cherniavsky, Abraham, Los Angeles, Calif. Mute holder. 

1.483.334 ; Feb. 12. 
Chero-Cola Company. (See Sears, Claud A., assignor.) 
Cherpeck. Casiniir S.. Chicago, 111. Variable condenser. 

1.520.329 : Dec. 23. 
Cherrv, Flovd H., Berkeley, Calif. Self-controlling heater. 

1,483,280 ; Feb. 12. 
Cherry, .7. G., Company. (See Bagby. Ralph B., as- 
signor.) 
Cherrv, Thomas E., Boston, Mass. Adding machine. 

1,500,006 ; .Tulv 8. 
Chesebrough Manufacturing Company (Consolidated). 

(See Dobbins. Thomas J., assignor.) 
Cheshire, Edward. IJcu-lin Township, Waukesha County. 

Wis. Composiiig-rnoin saw. 1.4n.">.2IS: May 27. 
Cheshire, Edward, Berlin Township, Waukesha County, 

Wis. Composing-room-saw mitering arrangement. 

l.r.06,407 ; Aug. 26. 
Cheshire, Edward, Berlin Township. Waukegan County, 

Wis., assignor to Miehle Printing Press & Manufactur- 
ing Co., Chicago, 111. Sheet separator. 1,501,582 ; 

July 15. 
Cheshire Kitchens, Inc. (See Morton, Walter S., as- 
signor.) 



Chesnutt, John L., Kansas City, Mo. Acetylene-gas 
generator. 1,490,417 ; Apr. 15. 

Chessler, Harry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Convertible couch bed. 
1.520,931 ; Dec. 30. 

Chesson, Andrew J., Kinston, N. C. Tobacco truck. 
1,486,728 ; Mar. 11. 

Chester, Frank R., Asbury Park, N. J. Shooting gal- 
lery. 1,489,191 ; Apr. 1. 

Chester Machine Co. (See Augustine, Addison E., as- 
signor.) 

Chesterman, Dana L. and F. E., Philadelphia, Pa. Her- 
nial truss. 1,481,238 ; Jan. 15. 

Chesterman, Frank E. (See Chesterman, Dana L. and 
F. E.) 

Chevalier, John F. (See Griswold. Albert A., assignor.) 

Chevalier. Paul. (See Lambert, E., Pernin, and Chevalier.) 

Chevenard, Pierre, Imphy, Nievre, assignor to Societfe 
Anonyme de Commentry, Fourchambault & Deeazeville, 
Paris, France. Differential recording instrument for 
esixinsion measurements. 1,489,115; .\pr. 1. 

Chevenard, Pierre, Impiiy, Nicvre, assignor to Society 
Anonyme de Commentry, Fourchambault & Deeaze- 
ville, Paris, France. Alloy for standards employed 
in expansion measurements and the applications there- 
of to measuring instruments. 1.489,116 ; Apr. 1. 

Cheves, Charles H. (See Gates, S. I., jr., and Cheves.) 

Chevola, Henry A., New York, and C. B. Mossi, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Bracket for doors. 1.505,483 ; Aug. 19. 

Chevreau, Lucien C. J. L., Levallois-Perret, assignor to 
La Soci^te Chevreau et R^gnicr Fr6res Si^ge Social, 
Courbevoie, France. Vehicle runner. 1,508,218 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Cbevrette, Augustin .T., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Bobbin-releasing de- 
vice for looms. 1.510.765 ; Oct. 7. 

Cbevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works. Worcester, Mass. Loom for weaving 
narrow wire fabric. 1,514,951 ; Nov. 11. 

Cbevrette, Augustin J., Worcester, and E. H. Ryon, 
Waltham. assignors to Crompton & Knowles Loom 
Works, Worcester, Mass. Weft-carrier support and 
releasing device. 1.518.392 : Dee. 9. 

Chew, Leuig. and W. F. Jennings, London, England. 
Compression pump. 1,481,691 ; Jan. 22. 

Chicago Apparatus Company. (See Shay, Ralph R., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company. (See Daniels, Edwin 
G-, assignor.) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. (See Horton, George T., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Cabinet Lock Company. (See Baird,- Edward 
P., assignor.) 

Chicago Cabinet Lock Co. (See Shlnn, William C, as- 
signor. ) 

Chicago Carton Company. (See Johnson, Edward W., 
assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Mc- 
Mullen, John, assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Munro, 
Roy C, assignor.) 

Chicago Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Russell, 
Thomas N.. assignor.) 

Chicago Die & Specialty Company. (See Kobzy, Steven, 
assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Kocourek, Henry, 
assignor.) 

Cliicago Fuse Mfg. Co. (See Applcton, Ernest G., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Hardware Foundry Company. (See Burliu, 
Leslie H., assignor.) 

Chicago ^talleable Castings Company. (See Osborn, 
Warren M., assignor.) 

Chicago Mill and Lumber Company. (See Quinii, Don 
L., assignor.) 

Chicago Mill and Lumber Company. (See Walter, Har- 
rison B., assignor.) 

Chicago Miniature Lamp Works. (See Gast, Adolpb W., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Blanding, For- 
rest 11.. assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Coates, Charles 
B., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Cunningham, 
John W.. assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Dockham, Clar- 
ence II., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Page, Clarence. 
assisnor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Penbcrthy, 
Ernest, assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Sabourin, Guy 
C, assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Smith, William 
A., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Smith, W. A., 
and Dockham. assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Stevens, Edward 
W., assignor.) 

Chicago Portrait Company. (See Woelfel, Frank F., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Pump Company. (See Durdln, Augustus C, Jr., 
assignor.) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1924. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ill 



Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Busse, 

Edwin G., assignor.) 
Cliicago Eailway Equipment Company. (See De Long, 

l'\ T., and Hawkins, assignors.) 
Chicaso Railway Equipment Company. (See Janus, Wil- 
. liauj, assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Signal and Supply Company. (See 

McCarthy, Daniel J., assignor.) 
Chicago Signal Company, The. (See Hamill, Edward F., 

assignor.) 
Chicago Vitreous Enamel Product Company. (See He- 

genson, William, assignor.) 
Chic!<, Thomas W., London, England. Coin-delivery or 

change-giving machine. 1,515,549 ; Nov. 11. 
Chicoine, Louis P., Vaudreuil, Quebec, Canada. Track 

liner. 1,513,089 ; Oct. 28. 
Cliidsi'.v, John T. (See Northrop, F. E., Kallinich, Spaun- 

burg, and Chidsey.) 
Chigo, Isidor, and I. Zadikow, New York, N. Y. Im- 
pression tray. 1,499,344 ; July 1. 
Child, Edmund S. J., Oakland, Calif. Cardboard-box- 
routing machine. 1,486,228 ; Mar. 11. 
Childers, Bery F., Edgemont, S. Dak. Tractor. 

1,497,327 ; June 10. 
Childers, Dallas D., Elklns, W. Va. Parquet-block-as- 
sembling machine. 1,491,335 ; Apr. 22. 
Clhilders, Joseph L., and F. Arlaud, Sand Springs, Okla. 

Ventilator. 1,507,462; Sept. 2. 
Childers, William L., assignor of one-half to C. L. Wells, 

yuincy, IlL Piston. 1,482,675 ; Feb. 5. 
Childs, Clarence E., San Diego, Calif. Sun and light 

shade apparatus for vehicles. 1,499,154 ; June 24. 
Childs, Kenneth L.. Detroit. Mich. Automobile body 

construction. 1,498,234 ; June 17. 
Childs, Wallace, Kansas City, Mo. Spring wheel. 

1,501,583 ; July 15. 
Childs, William L., and L. A. Godbold, assignors to Hughes 

Tool Company, Houston, Tex. Apparatus for well 

drilling. 1,503,476; Aug. 5. 
Chile Exploration Company. (See Burdick, Charles L., 

assignor. 
Chile Exploration Company. (See Fink, Colin G., as- 
signor.) 
Chiles, Edwin C, Denver, Colo. Cutter-grinding attach- 
ment for meat and bone grinders. 1,480,526 ; Jan. 8. 
Chiles, George S., Chicago, 111. • Side-frame construction 

for railway cars. 1,493,958; May 13. 
Chiles, George S., Chicago, 111. Railway-truck oonstruc- 

ti-on. 1,493,959 ; May 13. 
Chiles, George S., Chicago, 111. Truck. 1,493,960; 

May 13. 
Chiles, George S., Chicago, HI. Railway truck. 1,493,961 ; 

May 13. 
Chiles, George S., assignor to The Ohio Steel Foundry 

Company, Lima, Ohio. Locomotive pilot beam. 

1.516,080; Nov. 18. 
Chillingworth Engineering Corporation. (See Karlson, 

Gustav v., assignor.) 
Chilson, Daniel G., Jerome, assignor to The University of 

Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. Process of and device for 

locating ore. 1,491.900 ; Apr. 29. 
Chilson, Frank H., Hampton Roads, Va. Food holding 

and serving device. 1,511,265 ; Oct. 14. 
Chilson, Lewis S., assignor to J. M. Fisher Co., Attle- 

boro, Mass. Extendible bracelet. 1,517,104 ; Nov. 25. 
Chilton, Franklin H., Union City, Conn. Window-shade 

fi.xture. 1,518,252 ; Dec. 9. 
Chilton, Roland, Keyport, N. J., assignor to Aeromarine 

I'lane & Motor Company. Engine-accessories unit. 

1,479,225; Jan. 1. 
Chilton, Roland, Keyport, N. J., assignor to Aeromarine 

Plane & Motor Company. Motor-testing apparatus. 

1,483,075 ; Feb. 12. 
Chilton, Roland, Keyport, N. J., assignor to Aeromarine 

I'lane and Motor Company. Interual-combustion-en- 

gine starter. 1.502.018; July 22. 
Chilton, Roland, Keyport, N. J., assignor to Aeromarine 

I'lane & Motor Company. Starting device. 1,514,832 ; 

Nov. 11. 
Sbilton, Roland, and A. H. King, Keyport, N. J., assignors 

to Acromnrino Plane & Motor Company. Releasing de- 
vice. 1,479,224 ; Jan. 1. 
Chinn, Howard T., Inglewood, Calif. Doll. 1.498,950 ; 

June 24. 
Chinn, Howard T., Florin. Calif. Saw. 1,520,330; 

Dec. 23. 
Chinn, Nettie J., Inglewood, Calif. Doll. Des. 63,873 ; 

I>b. 5. 
Chinn, Samuel, Oxnard, Calif. Wheel puller. 1,516,492; 

Nov. 25. 

Chipman, Harry E., New Haven, Conn., assignor to W. 
A. and H. II. Chipman, New York, N. Y. Talking-pic- 
ture transfer mechanism. 1,480,992 ; Jan. 15. 

Chipman, Harry B., New Haven, C^onn., assignor to W. 
A. and It. II. Chipman, New Y'ork. N. Y. Electric- 
inotor-cirouit control. 1,480,993; Jan. 15. 

Chipman, Howard H. et al. (See Chipman, Harry E., 
assignor.) 

Chipm:in. Pinil. Detroit. Mich. Filing receptacle. 
1.:.0:!.L'L'7 : .Iiilv 29. 

Chipman, Williaiu A. ct al. (See Chipman, Harry E., 
assignor.) 



Chippindale, Henry, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Hose-winding 
drum. 1.520,808 ; Dec. 30. 

Ciiireix. Henri, Paris, France. Calling arrangement for 
signaling. 1,487,012 ; Mar. 18. 

Chiron, Hippolyte M., and F. Parme, New York, N. Y. 
Clarinet and saxophone mouthpiece. 1,506,363 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Chiron, Hippolyte M., and F. Parme, New York, N. Y. 
Reed for saxophone or clarinet mouthpieces. 1,506,364 ; 
Aug. 26. 

Chisholm, Allen E., Portland, Greg. Thermostatic elec- 
tric-circuit controllei-. 1,511,708 ; Oct. 14. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Paper-feeding mechanism. 
1,481,349 ; Jan. 22. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to American Multigraph Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic stop mechanism for 
addressing machines. 1,491,130 ; Apr. 22. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic stop mechanism 
for addressing machines. 1,491,516 ; Apr. 22. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Address-plate holder. 
1,500,438; July 8. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Clutch. 1,505,312 ; Aug. 19. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
(Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Address-plate holder. 
1,517,889; Dec. 2. 

Chisholm, Douglas W., Garnkirk, Scotland. Liquid-fuel 
furnace. 1,516,332; Nov. 18. 

Chisholm, Frank K., Goulburn, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Tennis-court and other line marker. 1,481,504 ; 
Jan. 22. 

Chisholm, John W., Wardlow, Alberta, Canada. Ink- 
stand. 1,490,257 ; Apr. 15. 

Chisholm, Lester B., Melrose, Mass. Belting. 1,511,753 ; 
Oct. 14. 

Chisholm-Moore Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Borkes, Francis W., assignor.) 

Chisholm-Scott Company. (See Christel, William F., 
assignor.) 

Chisholm-Scott Company. (See McDonald, William, as- 
signor.) 

Chisholm, Thomas P., assignor to A. T. Ferrell & Co., 
Saginaw, Mich. Feed device for grain-cleaning ma- 
chines. 1,489,739 ; Apr. 8. 

Chism, Marcus C., W. T. Fletcher, C. E. Lord, and V. 
H. Futch, Nashville, Ga. ; said Fletcher assignor to 
said Chism. Gasoline dispenser. 1,479,649 ; Jan. 1. 

Cliittenden, Edmund N., Johnson City, N. Y. Truss. 
1,488,316 ; Mar. 25. 

Chitwood, Paul J., Dallas, Tex. Mail-carrier's key case. 
1.493,805; May 13. 

Chizewer, Charles, Chicago, 111. Knife sharpener. 
1,501,749 ; July 15. 

Chladek, Joseph F., Niobrara, Nebr. Pitchfork. 
1,479,054 ; Jan. 1. 

Chlorine Products Company. (See Jewell, Omar H., as- 
signor.) 

Chlorine Products Company. (See Jewell, William M., 
assignor.) 

Choek.see, Hormusji C, Bombay, Ind. Head covering. 
1,518,049 ; Dec. 2. 

Chocolate Sponge Co., The. (See Laskey, Philip B., 
assignor.) 

Choinski, Bruno B., assignor of forty-nine one-hundredths 
to S. A. Lauge, Milwaukee, Wis. Electric-lamp globe. 
1,483,716; Feb. 12. 

Choitz, Frederick F., Ellsworth. Kans. Tread-increasing 
means for traction wheels. 1,486,322; Mar. 11. 

Chokas, Philip, Bluefield, W. Va. Stove. 1,480,664 ; 
Jan. 15. 

Choppinet, Joseph, Brussels, Belgium. Shunt coil for 
electric meters. 1,479,698 ; Jan. 1. 

Chore Utensils Corporation of America, The. (See King- 
man, Russell B., assignor.) 

Chorlton, Alan E. L., Westminster, London, and J. S. 
Doig, Grimsby, assignors of one-third to Sir William 
Beardmore, Westminster, London, England. Power ap- 
paratus for use on vessels. 1,481,829 ; Jan. 29. 

Chott, William. (See Walli.sch, P., and Chott.) 

Chott, Edward L., Chicago, 111. Teeth-cleaning instru- 
ment. 1,483,158 ; Feb. 12. 

Chott, Edward L., Chicago, 111. Teeth-cleaning instru- 
ment. 1,499,345; July 1. 

Chott, Edward L., Chicago, 111. Teeth-cleaning instru- 
ment. 1.499,346; .July 1. 

Chounis, James S., Charleston, W. Va. Vegetable cutter 
and slicer. 1,479,369 ; Jan. 1. 

Clirisman, Albert M., and J. E. Wells. Pacifico. Calif. 
Automatic oil and gas separating pump. 1,514,200; 
Nov. 4. 

Chrisman, Clarence C, Martinsburg, Mo. Pump spout. 
1,508,269; Sept. 9. 

Chrisman, David D., Elkins Park, Pa. Faucet. 1,481,985 ; 
Jan. 29. 

Chrispin, James G., et al. (See Whalen, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Christal. Cornelius C, Gable, S. C. Insect trap. 
1,491,845 ; Apr. 20. 



112 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Cliristel, WiUiam F., Valders, Wis., assignor to Cliisholm- 
Scott Company, Columbus, Obio. Green-pea vlner. 
1.481.455; Jan. 22. 

Chiistell, .lohn P. (See Christell, Olof S., assignor.) 

Cbristell, Olof S., assignor of one-half to J. P. Christell, 
Chicajro, 111. Porch-rail safety device. 1,51(3,711; 
Nov. 25. 

Chri.steusen, Alfred C, Chicago, 111. Fluid meter. 
1,492,358; Apr. 29. 

Cbristensen, Carl V. J., et al., executors. (See Wardvifell, 
Simon W.) 

Cbristensen, Charles P., Blair, Nebr. Engine jack for 
burning in bearings. 1,507,952 ; Sept. 9. 

Chrietenseu, Christen, Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Kleetrical Engineers Equiijment Company. Svcitch. 
1.479,^;l'6; Jan. 1. 

Cbristensen, Christen, assignor to Electrical Engineers 
Equipment Co., Chicago, 111. Fuse and mounting. 
1,503.228 ; July 29. 

Cbristensen, Christian A. (See Jensen, A., and Cbris- 
tensen.) 

Cbristensen & Company. (See Griffith, William B., as- 
signor.) 

Cbristensen, Frank E., Necedah, Wis. Radiator cap. 
Des. 63,776; Jan. 15. 

ChristeiJ.sen. George E., FuUerton. Nebr. Incubator 
beater. 1,520.531 : Doc. 23. 

Cbristensen, Hans, Golden, Colo. Hammer and handle 
assembly. 1,508,874 ; Sept. 16. 

Christenscu, Jens H., Holte, Denmark. Multicolor screen 
and producing the same. 1,486,635 ; Mar. 11. 

Cbristensen. Jens H., Holte, Denmark. Film and method 
for the production of colored pictures. 1,517,049 ; 
Nov. 25. 

Cbristensen, John W. (See Tollackson, Theodore J., 
as.signor.) 

Christensen, Lars P., Odense, Denmark. Beet digger and 
topper. 1,491,517 ; Apr. 22. 

Cbristensen, Marie. (See Ellrich, Max, assignor.) 

Cbristeuse'.i, Niels, Astoria, Oreg. Match scratcher. 
1,504,099; Aug. 5. 

Cbristensen, Niels A., Milwaukee, Wis. Starting appa- 
ratus for internal-combustion engines. 1,517,533 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Cbristensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 
sulphide ores of lead, silver, and copper. 1,485,909 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Cbristensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Apparatus 
for the concentration of ores. 1.521,277 ; Dec. 30. 

Cbristensen. Peter C, Hartford, Conn. Counting card 
table. 1,505,317 ; Aug. 19. 

Cbristensen, Sander I., Willows, Calif. Automobile head- 
liKbt. 1,487,720 ; Mar. 2.3. 

Cbristensen, Soren, Copenhagen, Denmark. Fingering 
mechanism for contrabass viols. 1,484,985 ; Feb. 26. 

Cbristensen, Walter D.. Pueblo. Colo. Automatic change- 
alilp projector. 1, 519. 80S : Dec. 16. 

Christenson, George, North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Johns-Manville, Incorporated. Packing for piston rods. 
1,511,397; Oct. 14. 

Christenson, Helge A., et al. (See Nilson, Karl V., as- 
signor.) 

Christenson, Oscar L. (See Sandahl, Ragnar, assignor.) 

Christiaansen. Ilendrik, Milwaukee, Wis. Door lock. 

' 1.515.550 ; Nov. 11. 

Christian, Dock, et al. (See Sartain. Louis M.. assignor.) 

Christian, Philip, Bridgeport, Conu. Hairpin. 1,508,161 ; 
Sept. 9. 

Christian, Walton G., Houston, Tex. Drill bit. 
1.508,443 ; Sept. 16. 

Christiansen, Uazelle R., Rockford, 111. Pencil. 1,504,742 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Cliiistiansen. Julius C., New York, N. T. Mechanical 
insect trap. 1,515.296; Nov. 11. 

Christiansen, Kay, San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
Westiiigbouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. In- 
duction-regulator system. 1,521,006 ; Dec. 30. 

Christiai\spn, Lawrence P.. Iron Mountain, Mich. Two- 
tooth setter. 1.503,151 : July 29. 

Christiansen, Ludwig. Lynn, .uass. Automatic elevator 
gate. 1,494.061 : May 13. 

Chrlstianson, Andrew, ct al. (See Orr, Herbert P., as- 
signor.) 

Christianson, .\ndrew, Butler, Pa. Car-door latch. 
1.499.155 ; Juno 24. 

Cbristiansson, Pehr, Carlos, Minn. Incubator. 1,507,46:; : 
Sept. 2. 

Christie. Evi W., Sewnren. assignor to Wheeler Con- 
denser & Engineering Company, Carteret, N. J. Evap- 
orator. l.lOS.MnO; June 17. 

Chrisrie. John. (See Sppidel. C. F., and Christie.) 

Christie. Lindsay R., assignor of ono-balf to Duff Pat- 
ents Companv". Incorporated, Pittsburgh, Pa. Drier. 
1.510,307 : Sept. 30. 

Christman, Duvillo G., Endicott, N. Y. Guard for ac- 
colorator ped.nls. 1.483.717; Feb. 12. 

Christman. Frod C. Gallon, Ohio. Automobile hoist. 
1.510.209 ; Sept. 30. 

Christman, I'eter J,, jr.. Green Bay, Wis. Paper package. 
1,505.0,87: Aug. 19. 

Christman, Petor J,, jr., and J. Deloyo. assignors to Paper 
Converting Machine Company. Green Bay, Wis. STieet- 
folding machine. 1,481,252 ; Jan. 22. 



Christmas, Julius S., Charleston, W. Va. Rail fastener. 

1,505,245; Aug. 19. 
Christmas, Willard C, Boonville, Ind. Faucet. 1,507,582 ; 

Sept. 9. 
Christmas, William W., Ridgefield Park, N. J., assignor 

to Arista Manufacturing Company. Composition ma^- 

terial. 1.521.174; Dec. 30. 
Cliristo, Candido, Hanford, Calif. Fruit catcher. 

1.515.551 ; Nov. 11. 

Cbristoph, Edward A., Chicago, III. Electric toaster. 
1,493,021 ; May 6. 

Cliristopb, George W., Warehouse Point, Conn. Sand- 
blasting apparatus. 1,511,025 ; Oct. 7. 

Christopher, Anthony J., Baldwinsvillo. N. Y. Combina- 
tion telegraph instrument. 1,498.424 ; June 17. 

Christopher, Calvin F., Asheville, N. C. Car badge. 
1,492,285 ; Apr. 29. 

Christopher, Calvin F., Asheville, N. C. Wheel rim. 
J. 496,623 ; June 3. 

Christopher, Daniel L., assignor to Leavitt Mfg. Com- 
pany, Urbana, 111. Grand stand. 1,496,624 ; June 3. 

Christopherson, Roy E. (See Bemis, K. E., and Christo- 
pherson.) 

Chriswell, Frederick W., assignor to Pacific Car and 
Foundry Companv, Seattle, Wash. Log bunk. 
1.520,009 : Doc. 23. 

Christy, Frank W., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoo Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Skiving 
machine. 1,503,477; Aug. 5. 

Christy, George C. (See Byrd, Walter A., assignor.) 

Christy, Leo, Frankfort, Ind. Radiator shield. 1,486,012 ; 
Mar. 4. 

Christy, Russ J., Fremont. Ohio. Skin smoothing and 
strotrbing device for safety razors. 1,502.615 : Jul.v 22. 

rhrome .Steel Works. (See Spitzfaden, Louis, assignor.) 

Chryst, William A. (See Hunt, J. H., and Chryst.) 

Chryst, William A. (See Kettering, C. F., and Clu-.v;- 

Chryst, W^illiam A.. Dayton, Obio, assignor to The Dayton 
Ensinooring Laboratories Company. Ignition system. 
1,501,517; July 15. 

Chryst, William A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 
Engineering Laboratories Company. Ignition-system 
control. 1,501,518 ; July 15. 

Chryst, William A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 
Engineering Laboratories Company. Engine-starting 
device. 1,501.519; July 15. 

Chryst, William A., Dayton. Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 
Engineering Laboratories Company. Starting and gen- 
erating system. 1.501,520; July 15. 

Chryst, William A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 
Engineering Laboratories Company. Ignition system. 
1,501,521 : July 15. 

Chryst, William A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Day- 
ton Engineering Laboratories Company. Ignition sys- 
tem. 1,507,306 ; Sept. 2. 

Chryst, William A., assignor to The Dayton Engineer- 
ing Laboratories Company, Dayton, Ohio. Ignition 
system. 1,507,307 ; Sept. 2. 

Cbryst. William A., assignor to The Dayton Engineering 
Laboratories Company, Dayton, Ohio. Clutch. 
1.512.675; Oct. 21. 

Chubb, Lewis W. (See Hallock, F. D., Chubb, and Guild- 
ford.) 

Chubb, Lewis W., Pittsburgh. Pa., as.signor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Phase- 
converting system. 1,480.065; Jan. 15. 

Chubb, Lewis W., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to West- 
ingbouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Bal- 
anced phase-converting system. 1,480.666 ; Jan. 15. 

Chul)l). Lewis W., Edgewood I'arl;. Pa., assignor to West- 
inglionse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Control 
apparatus. 1.486.864: Mar. 18. 

Chubb, Lewis W., Edgewood, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
bouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electrolytic 
condenser. 1.497.430: June 10. 

Chubb. Lewis W., Edgewood Park. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. Con- 
donser-type interrupter. 1.501.270 ; .July 15. 

Clnibb. I-owis. W.. Edsewood Park. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Klectric & Manufacturing Company. Signal 
light. 1.504.603: Aug. 12. 

Chubh. Lewis W., Edgewood Park. Pa., assignor to West- 
int:house Electric & Manufacturing Company. System 
of control. 1.504.604 : .Vug. 12. 

Chubb. Lewis W., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Maniifacturiug Company. Producing 
high voltage. 1,508.162; Sept. 9. 

Chubb. Lewis W.. Edgewood Park. Pa., assignor to 
Wostinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Re- 
corilin<r meter. 1.521.007: Doc. 30. 

Chubbuck, Herbert M.. Dulutli, Minn. Combination comb 
and brush. 1,481,5.88: Jan. 22. 

Cbnbrich. Nick M.. Detroit. Mich. Tire-inflating device. 
1.492.203 ; Apr. 29. 

Chuchel, Vaclav, Pittsburgh, Pa. Attachment for gear- 
shifting and braking mochanism. 1.480,543 ; Jan. 15. 

Chuey. Michael B. (See KuUura. Stephen M.. assignor.) 

Chuim. Alexander. Livingston Manor, N. Y. Ventilator. 
1.500,368; .Tuly 8. 

Church. C. F., Manufacturing Co. (See Kolstad, Otto, 
assignor.) 



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Church, Edgar D., assignor to Jackson & Church Co., 
Saginaw, Mich. Brake mechanism for intermittently- 
moving platens. 1,513,532 ; Oct. 28. 

Church, Eilgar L)., aud J. W. Van Brunt, assignors to 
Jackson & Church Compan.y, Saginaw, illch. l^atch. 
1,499,909 ; July 1. 

Church, Elliott S., Newton, and F. J. Shepard, jr., 
Auburndale, Mass. Shock absorber. I,i99,606 ; July 1. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 1,489,383 ; 
Apr. 8. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Axle aud wheel construc- 
tion tor motor vehicles. 1,489,384 ; Apr. 8. 

Church, Harold D., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Packard 
Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 
1,490,:206; Apr. 15. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon motor. l,500,t)G8 : 
July 8. 

Church, Harold D., Fairfield, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Locomobile Company of America, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Vehicle spring suspen- 
.sion. 1,502,616 ; July 22. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 1,512,084 : 
Oct. 21. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 1,513,966 ; 
Nov. 4. 

Church, Herbert A., Crary Mills, N. Y. Gas vaporizer. 
1,485,112; Feb. 26. 

Church, Ira A., Long Beach, assignor to L. H. Smith 
and D. Smith, Fullerton, Calif. Window sash balance. 
1,480,994; Jan. 15. 

Church, N. W. (See Oslock, Albert M., assignor.) 

Church, Omer F., Stewardsou, 111. Attachment for 
lathes, 1,488,806; Apr. 1. 

Churchill, Arthur H., Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Mounting for false teeth. 1,483,781 ; Feb. 12. 

Churchill, Ernest E., Lung Beach, Calif. Lens-repair 
strap. 1,495,469 ; May 27. 

Churchill, Henry K., Buffalo, N. Y. Hinge for vehicle 
visors. 1,482,784; Feb. 5. 

Churchill, Loren R., assignor to Simplis Oil Heater Com- 
pany, Lancaster, Pa. Oil burner. 1,492,243 ; Apr. 29. 

Churchill-Shann, Montague H., Wodonga, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia. Vehicle. 1,495,448 ; May 2T. 

Churchill-Shann, Montague H., Albury, New South 
Wales, Australia. Road vehicle. 1,517,193 ; Nov. 25. 

Chynoweth, William R., Battle Creek, Mich. Brush. 
1,517,615 ; Dee. 2. 

Ciavatti, Fernando E., West Hoboken, N. J. Figure 
toy. 1,489,385 ; Apr. 8. 

Cibles Automatiques Michoud Soci6t6 Anonyme. (See 
Michoud, Arnold, assignor.) 

Cibs, Anthony F., and R. P. Simmons, Cleveland, Ohio ; 
said Cibs assignor to said Simmons. Electric toaster. 
1,517,149; Nov. 25. 

Cicognani, Linceo. (See Cocchi, E., and Cicognani.) 

Cincinnati Ball Crank Company, The. (See Breeze, Al- 
fred B., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Ball Crank Company. (See Kaps, Richard 
A., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Bickford Tool Company. (See Klausmeyer, 
David C., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Bickford Tool Company, The. (See Klaus- 
meyer, David C, assignor.) 

Cincinnati Bickford Tool Company, The. (See Norris, 
Henry M., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Butchers' Supply Company, The. (See 
Schmidt, Oscar C, assignor.) 

Cincinnati Car Company, The. (See Elliott, Thomas, 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Car Company, The. (See Ellis, Charles J., 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati CofBn Company, The. (See Goke, P. J., aud 
Kemper, assignors.) 

Cincinnati Galvanizing Company, The. (See Heisel, John, 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Company. (See Einstein, Sol, 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Company, The. (See Hazel- 
ton, Robert T., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Planer Company, The. (See Glosh, Frederick 
P., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Planer Company, The. (See Langen, G. H., 
and Linden, assignors.) 

Cincinnati Tag Co., The. (See Anthony, Marcus O., 
assignor.) 

Cinderella Heel Corporation. (See Buck, Arthur W., as- 
signor.) 

Cinderella Ilecl Corporation. (See Kuebler, Christian G., 
assignor.) 

Cinechrome Instruments, Limited. (See Reed, Percy A., 
assignor.) 

Cinguini, Egisto, New Haven, Conn. Front traffic sig- 
nal for automobiles. 1,489,818 ; Apr. 8. 

Cioll, Rubin N., Memphis, Tenn. Light stand. 1,492,427 ; 
Apr. 29. 

Clpriano, (}ondolfo, New I'^ork, N. Y. Steering-wheel lock. 
1.504.214 : Aug. 12. 

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Circle, Everett, Coalton, Okla. Adjustable shower nozzle. 
1,508,010; Sept. 9. 

Cirina, John H., assignor of one-half to F. Lanzetta, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Choke-rod-adjusting device. 1,493,806 ; 
May 13. 

Cisek, Frank J. (See Novak, F. J., and Cisek.) 

Cissel, John P. (See Gallagher, George D., assignor.) 

Cities Illuminating Co. (See Kelly, J., and Volkman, 
assignors.) 

Citizens of the United States. (See Cox, John H.) 

Citizens of the United States. (See Jackson, Frank H.) 

Citizens of the United States. (See Kadel, Benjamin C.) 

Citizens of the United States. (See Mains, Gerald H.) 

Citizens of the United States. (See Stephenson, 
Charles H.) 

Citizens of the United States of America. (See Badolet, 
M. S., Hamilton, and Walton.) 

Citizens of the United States of Ataerica. (See Bailey, 
Lorin H.) 

Citizens of the United States of America, The. (See 
Bryan, H., Mehring, and Ross, assignors.) 

Citizens of the United States of America. (See Gold- 
beck, Albert T.) 

Citizens of the United States of America. (See Leeper, 
Robert B.) 

Citizens of the United States of America. (See Lindauer, 
A, C, and Hunt, assignors.) 

Citizens of the United States of America, The. (See 
Lord, Edwin C. E., assignor.) 

Citizens of the United States of America. (See Paine, 
II. S., and Hamilton, assignors.) 

Citizens of the United States of America. (See Taylor, 
George F.) 

Citizens of the United States of America. (See Thelen, 
Rolf.) 

Citizens of the United States of America, (See Town- 
send, James S., assignor.) 

Citizens Savings and Trust Company, The. (See Lincoln, 
John C, assignor.) 

Ciulla, Michael, Hastings-on-Hudson, and D. P. Fontana, 
New York, N. Y. ; said Ciulla assignor of his entire 
right to said Fontana. Pipe tamper. 1,519,055 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Civis, James A., Chicago, 111. Curtain bracket. 
1,485.551 ; Mar. 4. 

Civis, James A., assignor to Titchener-Diehl Company, 
Chicago, III. Curtain-rod bracket. 1,518,963 ; Dec. 9. 

Claassen, Alvin A. (See Smith, G. M., and Claassen.) 

Claassen, Peter W. (See Needham, J. G., and Claassen.} 

Claflin, Charles A., Medford, Mass. Hose coupling. 
1,507,230; Sept. 2. 

Claire, Louis V. (See Fortier, J. J., and Claire.) 

Claire, Louis V., assignor of seven-sixteenths to H. C. 
Wolfe, three-sixteenths to L. H. Chamberlin, one-six- 
teenth to W. H. Lennon, one-sixteenth to C. M. Droste, 
and one thirty-second to C. H. Bull, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. Rake. 1,515,927 ; Nov. 18. 

damage, Sophia, Chicago, 111. Three-part garment for 
women and girls. 1,521,228; Dec. 30. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Ammonia synthesis and means for 
elfecting the same. 1,483,411 ; Feb. 12. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Ammonia-synthesis catalyst. 
1,483,412 ; Feb. 12. 

Clancy, John C., assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Synthetic production of ammonia. 
1,483,413; Feb. 12. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Regenerating ammonia-synthesis 
catalysts. 1,483,414 ; Feb. 12. 

Clancy, John F., assignor to Kaestner & Hecht Company, 
Chicago, 111. Elevator lock. 1,479,027 ; Jan. 1. 

Clancy, John F., and A. A. Gazda, assignors to Kaestner 
&. Hecht Company, Chicago, 111. Elevator control. 
1,505,699 ; Aug. 19. 

Clancy, Oscar, Queen Charlotte Island, British Colum- 
bia, Canada. Log raft. 1,488,664 ; Apr. 1. 

Clanton, George W. (See Clanton, J. W., and Blanchard, 
assignors.) 

Clanton, John W., and A. W. Blanchard, assignors of 
one-third to G. W. Clanton, Payette, Idaho. Hy- 
dromotor. 1,494,528 ; May 20. 

Clapham, Charles P., Newport News, Va. High-speed 
reduction gearing. 1,502,175 ; July 22. 

Clapp, Albert L., Danvers, assignor to Beckwith Manu- 
facturing Company, Boston, Mass. Waterproof fiber- 
board. 1,490,362; Apr. 15. 

Clapp, Albert L., Danvers, assignor to Beckwith Manu- 
facturing Company, Boston, Mass. Fiber board and 
process of manufacturing the same. 1,514,055 ; 
Nov. 11. 

Clapp, Roger I., Shanghai, China. Nut lock. 1,519,361 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Clardy, George D., Passaic, N. J., assignor to Gillette 
Safety Razor Company, Boston, Mass. Hair-trimming 
device. 1,486,418; Mar. 11. 

Clare, Charles H., Salford, England. Chuck for holding 
tools and bars. 1,488,001 ; Mar. 25. 

Cltirizio, Giaeomo, assignor of one-balf to L. E. Osborne, 
Chicago,, 111. Cap and the like. 1,521,149 ; Dee. 30. 

Clark, A. C, & Company. (See Crane, Robert G., as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Clark, A. C, & Company. (See Hanberg, Jolin V., as- 
Bignor.) 

Clark, A. C, & Company. (See Hendrickson, Walter 
H., assignor.) 

Clark, A. G., et al. (See Hahn, Frank R., assignor.) 

Clark, A. J. (See Larison, George F., assignor.) 

Clark, Albert. (See Naylor, J. R., and Clark.) 

Clark, Alexander R., Petoskev, Mich. Smoke consumer. 
1,512,275 ; Oct. 21. 

Clark, Alfred A., Baltimore, Md. Closure and clamp for 
same. 1,519,988 ; Dec. 16. 

Clark, Alva B., Brooklyn, N. 1'., assignor to American Tel- 
ephone and Telegraph Company. Means for and method 
of controlling transmission. 1,495,221 : Mav 27. 

Clark, Alva B., Brooklyn, D. K. Gannett and H. Nyquist, 
Elmhurst, N. Y., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Voice-frequency signaling. 

1,519,573; Dec. 16. 

Clark, Alva B., Brooklyn, and W. H. Martin, New York, 
N. T., assignors to American Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Testing transmission lines. 1,519,574 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Clark, Archie P.. Okanagan Center, British Columbia, 
Canada. Engine cooler. 1.510.766 ; Oct. 7. 

Clark, Arthur J., Walton-on-Thames, assignor to Glasgow 
& London Refining Company Limited, Moorgate, Lon- 
don, England. Compound for use in connection with 
baking processes and the like. 1,491,380 ; Apr. 22. 

Clark, Asa A.. Pixley. Calif. .Jacket or outside form 
for manufacture of concrete pipe. 1,512,198 : Oct. 21. 

Clark, Avery B., et al. (See Pierce, Clarence A., as- 
signor.) 

Clark, Baylies C. (See Hansbrough, George A., assignor.) 

Clark, Benjamin F., New York, and A. Rosecrans, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Hoisting and dumping mechanism for cans. 
1,492,675; May 6. 

Clark, Benjamiu .T., and J. Huhn, assignors to American 
Ice Company, Baltimore. Md. Closure for cold-storage 
compartments. 1,499,503 ; July 1. 

Clark, Berton S. (See Sellars, W. S., and Clark.) 

Clark, Brainard, Rozelle, New South Wales, Australia. 
Metal cap for hermetically sealing bottles and means 
for removing the same. 1,497,545 ; June 10. 

Clark Brothers Company. (See Clark, Charles P., as- 
signor.) 

Clark Brothers Company. (See Reid, Joseph S., as- 
signor.) 

Clark Car Company. (See Fendner, Willard J., assignor.) 

Clark, Carl S., assignor of one-half to P. A. Porteous, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Reciprocating engine. 1,506,210; 
Aug. 26. 

Clark, Carver C. (See Garner, J. M., and Clark.) 

Clark, Cecil P. (See Clark. Mabel V. and C. F. . 

Clark, Charles A., Tracy, Calif. Camp stove. 1,491,080 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Clark, Charles H. (See Gailor, C. F., and Clark.) 

Clark, Charles M., Havre de Grace, Md., assignor to 
Lock Clip and Folder Company, Incorporated. Loose- 
leaf cover. 1.521.076 ; Dec. 30. 

Clark, Charles N., Somerville, Mass. Basket. 1,520,532 ; 
Dee. 23. 

Clark. Charles P., Summit, N. J. Testing device. 
1,513,372; Oct. 28. 

Clark, Charles P.. assignor to Clark Brothers Company. 
Olean, N. Y. Clutch. 1.513,490 ; Oct. 28. 

Clark, Charles W., Bermicourt, Balsall Common, near 
Coventry, assignor to Roadless Traction, Limited, Lon- 
don, England. Endless-track vehicle. 1,494,450; 
May 20. 

Clark, Cornelius, Lodi, Calif. Subterranean distillation 

of volatile mineral substances. 1.510.655 ; Oct. 7. 
Clark, Daniel N., Los Angeles, Calif. Aquatic propeller. 

1.498,783; June 24. 
Clark, David II., Orangeburg, N. Y. Container. 

1,494,950 ; May 20. 
Clark, Day F., Harrisburg, Pa. Chemical compound for 

removing baked enamel paint. 1,405.547: Mmv 27. 
Clark. Don A., assignor to The Diiston and Clark En- 
gineering Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Winding drum. 

1,515,728; Nov. 3 8. 
Clark, Earl P., Iowa City, Iowa, assignor of one-half to 

B. A. Krafft, San Francisco, Calif. Camera. 

1,494,605 ; May 20. 
Clark, Ector L., Sidney, Tex. Ditching machine. 

1.480.504 ; .Tan. 8. 
Clark. Eddy I/.. West Pittston, Pa. Pressure-retaining 

valve. 1.515,998 ; Nov. IS. 
Clark, Eddy L., West Pittston, Pa. Pressure-retaining 

valve. 1,515,999; Nov. 18. 
Clark, Eddy L., West Pittston, Pa. Pressure-retaining 

valve. 1,516,000; Nov. 18. 
Clark. Eddy L., West Pittston, Pa. Pressure-retaining 

valve. 1.510,190; Dec. 16. 
Clark, Edgar II. (See Lundell, A. E., and Clark. ■) 
Clark, Edgar H.. Richmond Hill, N. Y., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 

Telephone-exchange system. 1,480,240; Jan. S. 
Clark. Edgar M., Brooklvn, assignor 1o A. S. Ferguson 

Company. Now York, N. Y. 1.512.819; Oct. 21. 
Clark, Edgar M.. New York, N. Y., assignor to Standard 

Development Company. Refining of petroleum oil. 

1,521,278; Dec. 30. 



Clark, Edward A., assignor of one-balf to J. Hertler, 
Saline, Mich. Parlor football game. 1,520,010 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Clark, Edward A., assignor of one-half to C. A. Curtiss, 
Saline, Mich. Parlor football game. 1,520,011 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Clark, Edward F., assignor to W. G. Clark & Co., Inc., 
North Attleboro, JIass. Button or stud. 1,518,179 ; 
Dec. 9. 

Clark, Edwin, Chicago, 111. Corn husker. 1,492,776; 
May 6. 

Clark, Edwin C, Canton, and A. T. Brower, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Tone modifiers for phonographs. 1,502,764 ; 
July 29. 

Clark, Edwin K., Leeds, England. Articulated locomo- 
tive. 1,520.331 ; Dec. 23. 

Clark. Emma E., Hammond, Ind. Mail catcher. 1,504,430 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Burrows, Robert J., as- 
signor.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Mogford, Edmund C, 
assignor.) 

Clark. Eugene F., Leaksville, N. C. Yarn-spool bearing. 
1,487.442 . Mar. IS. 

Clark, Everett E., assignor to Crompton & Knowles Loom 
Works, Worcester, Mass. Tension device for weft-de- 
tecting meclianism. 1,496,307 ; June 3. 

Clark, Everett E.. assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester. Mass. Whipstick for Ax- 
minster looms. 1,515,838 ; Nov. 18. 

Clark, Ezra C, Binghamton. and J. F. Polhemus, John- 
son City, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Ansco 
Photoproducts, Inc., js'ew York, N. Y. Automatic 
film-winding camera. 1.503.300; July 29. 

Clark, Ezra E., Newtonville, Mass. Locking mechanism 
for dry-pipe valves. 1,501,098 ; July 15. 

Clark, Frank E., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of steel. 
1,508.083: Sept. 9. 

Clark, Frank E., New York, N. Y. Production of hollow 
ingots. 1.514,129 ; Nov. 4. 

Clark, Frank I., Baltimore, Md. Inhaler. 1,483,572 ; 
Feb. 12. 

Clark, Frank J., assignor to Clark Pneumatic Action 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Expression device for auto- 
matic players. Rel5,907 ; Sept. 2. 

Clark, Frederic B., Englewood, N. J. Acrobatic toy. 
1,515.146 ; Nov. 11. 

Clark, Fredrick E., Huntington, W. Va. Rim for elastic 
wheel tires. 1,491,888; May 20. 

Clark. Geor.ge A., Seattle, Wash. Cast-off for suspenders. 
1.483.649 ; Feb. 12. 

Clark, George H.. Washington, D. C. Radio signaling ap- 
paratus. 1,491,288; Apr. 22. 

Clark, George H., Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio signaling apparatus. 
1,502,460; July 22. 

Clark, George J.. Defiance. Ohio. Combined rake and 
fork. 1,493,520; May 13. 

Clark, Georce S.. Portsmouth, Ohio. Lamp holder for 
caps. 1,. 511, 108 : Oct. 7. 

Clark. George T.. Old Orchard, Me., assignor to Saco- 
Lowell Shops, Boston, Mass. Straightening machine. 
1,504.023; Aug. 5. 

Clark, George T., Old Orchard, Me., assignor to Saco- 
Lowell Shops, Boston, Mass. Straightening spindles 
and the like. 1,504,024 ; Aug. 5. 

Clark, H. W., Cn. (See (^lark. Horace W., assignor.) 

Clark, Harold H. (See Brown. P.. and Clark.) 

Clark, Harold H., Springfield, Mass. Nonarcing switch. 
1,491.018; Apr. 29. 

Clark. Harold II.. assignor to Wico Electric Company, 
Springfield. Mass. Interrupter mechanism. 1,486,229 ; 
Mar. 11. 

Clark, Harry A.. Wichita Falls, Ter. Eccentric drilling 
attachment. 1,483.335 : Feb. 12. 

Clark. Harrv A., Wicliita Falls. Tex. Hoisting attach- 
ment for "tractors. 1.512.199; Oct. 21. 

Clark. Heni'y, London, assignor to Head, Wrightson and 
Company. Limited. Thornaby-on-Tees. England. Con- 
veving mechanism. 1,519,293; Dec. 10. 

Clark, Horace H., Oak Park, 111. Gas burner. 1.498,044; 
June 24. 

Clark, Horace H., Chicago, HI. Furnace operation. 
1.507,004; Sept. 9. 

Clark, Horace II., Oak Park. 111. Furnace operation. 
1,507.665 : Sept. 0. 

Clark, Horace W., Mattoon, 111. Meter tester. 1,492,204; 
Apr. 29. 

Clark, Horace W., assignor to H. W. Clark Co., Mattoon, 
111. Meter tester. 1,492.205 ; Apr. 29. 

Clark, J. Dudley. (See May, John W., assignor.) 

Clark, James, assignor to S. R. Dresner Maniifacturlng 
Company, Bradford, Pa. I'ipe coupling. 1,479,650; 
Jan. 1. 

Clark, James, jr.. Electric Company. (See Bennett, 
Charles B., assignor.) 

Clark. James II., Detroit, Mich. Expansible closure. 
1.481,830; Jan. 29. 

Clark, James H.. Detroit. Mich. Dumping mechanism for 
vehicles. 1.495,382: May 27. 

Clark, James H.. assl.gnor to H. J. Cohn, Richmond, Va. 
Fan-belt adjuster. 1,486,729; Mar. 11. 



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Clark, James II., and T. C. Whitehead, Detroit, Mich. 
Tractor wheel. 1,482,913 ; Feb. 5. 

Clark, .lames H., Lexington. Kv. Gate-operating mecha- 
nism. 1.48S.027 : Feb. 19. 

Clark, Janie.s T. (See Clark, Omar E. and J. T.) 

Clark, .lav W.. New York, N. Y. Electric .signal device. 
1,515,147 ; Nov. 11. 

Clark, John. (See Hood, J. J., and Clark.) 

Clark, John M., El Paso, Tex. Airplane appliance. 
1,493,022 ; May 6. 

Clark, John U., Ca.sper, Wyo. Air brake. 1,494,734 ; 
May 20. 

Clark, John, Walkerton, Ind. Track liner. 1,513,724 ; 
Oct. 28. 

Clark, John, Walkerton, Ind. Track liner. 1,515,928 ; 
Nov. 18. 

Clark, Joseph O. (See Johns, Chilion B., assignor.) 

Clark, L. A. (See Krusemark, Frederick A,, assignor.) 

Clark, Leslie II., as.signor to H. L. Bell and J. R. Hebdeii, 
Auckland, New Zealand. Casement stay. 1,495,509 ; 
May 27. 

Clark, Lincoln, Pasadena, Calif. Treatment of petroleum. 
1,491,518 ; Apr. 22. 

Clark, Louis F., Potrerillos. Chile. Treating solutions 
of metals. 1,503,229 ; July 29. 

Clark, Mabel V. and C. F., Long Beach, Calif. Snap- 
fastener attachment. 1.517,708 ; Dec. 2. 

Clark, Matthew L. (See Murray, P. J., and Clark.) 

Clark, Millard T., Dayton. Ohio. Automobile radiator- 
cap ornament. Des. 65,99G ; Nov. 18. 

Clark, Nathaniel A., Davenport. Iowa. Sound amplifying 
and distributing device. 1,505,864 : Aug. 19. 

Clark, Nelson O Texarkana, Ark. Electric heating de- 
vice. 1,520,174 : Dec. 23. 

Clark, Noah D., Cleves, Ohio. Boiler tube protector. 
1,493,245; May 6. 

Clark, Oliver IL, Detroit, assignor to Maxwell Motor 
Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Radiator filler cap. 
Des. 64,792 ; June 3. 

Clark, Omar E. (See Skaer, A. II., Barker, and Clark.) 

Clark, Omar E., as.signor to The Denver Rock Drill Manu- 
facturing Company, Denver, Colo. Manufacturing im- 
pellers. 1,495,222: May 27. 

Clark, Omar E., assignor to The Denver Rock Drill Man- 
ufacturing Company, Denver, Colo. • Hoisting mecha- 
nism. 1,501,099: July 15. 

Clark, Omar E. and J. T., Denver, Colo. Trailer. 
1,504,190; Aug. 5. 

Clark, Percy G. (See Plood, J. J., and Clark.) 

Clark, Perry H. (See Boyd. C. T., and Clark.) 

Clark Pneumatic Action Company. (See Clark, Frank J., 
assignor.) 

Clark, Robert, Kew Gardens. Surrey, assignor of one-half 
to G. A. Mower, London, England. Fire-sprinkler sys- 
tem and the like. 1,518,964 ; Dec. 9. 

Clark, Robert K., Springfield, Mass., assignor to The 
American Thread Company, Jersey City, N. J. Uni- 
versal wound spool, method of and apparatus for use 
in making the same. 1,505,917: Aug. 19. 

Clark, Samuel, Newark, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Gorham Manufacturing Company. Belt 
buckle. 1,512.407 ; Oct. 21. 

Clark, Samuel W., Evansville, Ind. Belt-clamping means. 
1,488,866; Apr. 1. 

Clark, Sherman D., assignor of one-fourth to J. F. 
McHugh and 10 per cent to A. De Muth and E. P. Sher- 
man, Seattle, Wash. Buckle. 1,500.439 ; July 8. 

Clark, T. B., & Co. (See Moran, William P., assignor.) 

Clark Tructractor Company. (See Burrows, Robert J., 
assignor.) 

Clark Tructractor Company. (See Stockfleth, B., and 

Burger, assignors.) 
Clark, Virginius E., assignor to Dayton-Wright Company, 

Dayton, Ohio. Airplane-wing spar. 1,500,235; July 8. 
Clark, Virginius E., assignor to Dayton-Wright Company. 

Dayton, Ohio. Aircraft observation window. 1,501,522; 

July 15. 
Clark, Virginius E., assignor to Dayton-Wright Company, 

Dayton, Ohio. Airplane. 1,501,523; July 15. 
Clark, W. G., & Co. (See Baker, D. N., and Pariseau. 

assignors.) 
Clark, W. (i., & Co. ('See Clark. Edward F., assignor.) 
Clark, Walter. (See Ormerod, Thomas J., assignor.) 
Clark, Walter J. (See Romine, W. M., and Clark.) 
Clark, Warren P., as.signor to Automatic Electric Heater 

Company, Warren, Pa. Liquid-heating unit. 1,492,070; 

May 6. 
Clark, Warren F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, hy mesne 

assignments, to Automatic Electric Heati-r Companv. 

Warren, Pa. Controlling device. 1,516.493; Nov. 25. 
Clark, Williur S., and J. A. Penn, Camden, N. J. Re- 

scrve-fuel-fecding device. 1,488,867 : .\pr. 1. 
Clark, William A., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Helicopter. 1,516,001 : Nov. 18. 
Clark, William C, et al. (See Topp, Maurice J., as- 
signor.) 

Clark, William H.. Juliette, Ga. Anchor plate. 1,518,482; 

Dec. 9. 
Clark, William H., Cleveland. Ohio. Apron. 1,520,46."); 

Dec. 2.'!. 
Clark, William R., San Diego, Calif. Attacliablo valve. 

1,500,300; July 8. 



Clark, William T., Milwaukee, Wis. Detachable coupling 
tor electric wires. 1.510,977 ; Oct. 7. 

Clark-^Villiams Engineering Company, The. (See Wil- 
liams, Rolland <;., assignor.) 

Clarke. Charles W. E., Brookline, Mass. Internal-com- 
bustion engine. 1,494,460; May 20. 

Clarke, Clement I., Philadelphia, Pa. Monoplane. 
1,511,946; Oct. 14. 

Clarke, Douglas, Syracuse, N. Y. Kettle cover. 1,492,777 ; 
May 6. 

Clarke, Ernest, St. Louis, Mo., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Wagner Electric Corporation. Commutator. 
1,506,408; Aug. 26. 

Clarlte, Eugene C. assignor to Chanibersburg Engineer- 
ing Company. Chambersburg, I'a. Punching machine. 
1.485,961 ; Mar. 4. 

Clarke. Fannie J., et al., legatees. (See Krogh, 
Ferdinand W.) 

Clarke, Frank, Waco, Tex. Envelope-closing machine. 
1,487,047 : Mar. 18. 

Clarke, Hal H., Cherokee, Okla. Tire alarm. 1,482,737 ; 
Feb. 5. 

Clarke, Herman E., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Razor. 1,519,485; Dec. 16. 

Clarke, Ira M., New Martinsville, W. Va., Ash tray. 
Des. 65.727 ; Oct. 7. 

Clarke, Ira M., assignor to The New Martinsville Glass 
Mfg. Co., New Martinsville, W. Va. Sectional jar. 
Des. 63,995 : Feb. 19. 

Clarke-James, William H., London, England. Fastening 
and lock for attachg cases and the like. 1,491,462 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Clarke, John. (See McElroy, W. J., and Clarke.) 

Clarke, John A., jr. (See Hall, A. J., Clarke, and 
Mardls.) 

Clarke, John A., jr., Edgewood Park. Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Mo- 
tor-control system. 1,519.238 ; Dec. 16. 

Clarke, John A., jr., Edgewood Park, Pa., and M. R. 
Moody, Deer Lodge, Mont., assignors to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company. Train-lighting 
system. 1,479,171 ; Jan. 1. 

Clarke. John O. (See Hadley, F. V., Barnaby, and 
Clarke.) 

Clarke-Moore Corporation. (See Moore, Arlington, as- 
signor.) 

Clarke, Nicholas S., New York, N. Y'., assignor to Atha- 
basca Oil Products Limited, Edmonton, Alberta, Cana- 
da. Apparatus for separating oil from oil sands. 
1,508,923 ; Sept. 16. 

Clarke, Noel L., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Lubricant 
dispenser. 1,489,426 ; Apr. 8. 

Clarke, Oliver H., Washington, D. C, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Clymer Manufacturing Company, Den- 
ver, Colo. Spot or search light assembly. 1,501,704 ; 
July 15. 

Clarke, Ralph S., Walpole, Mass., assignor to Bird Ma- 
chine Companv. Screen for paper stock. 1,494,529 ; 
May 20. 

Clarke. Richard A., assignor of one-half to T. H. Clay, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. Jack structure. 1,521,434 ; 
Dec. 30. 

Clarkson, Robert, Anniston, Ala. Separable button. 
1,511,445; Oct. 14. 

Clarkson, Robert, East St. Louis, 111. Can opener. 
1.517,955 : Dec. 2. 

Clarkson. William B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Automatic arc-welding 
control system. 1,508,746 ; Sept. 16. 

Clary. Hubert L.. Weldon, N. C. Two-color stamp. 
1.512.085 : Oct. 21. 

Clary, James R., Ashland, Oreg. Turbine. 1,489,930 : 
Apr. 8. , 

Clary, John P., Orange, Mass. Table server. 1,496,523 ; 
June 3. 

Clas, Angelo R.. Toledo, Ohio. Crank-arm lock. 
1,484,875; Feb. 26. 

Clas, Angelo R., Toledo, Ohio. Window-regulating appa- 
ratus. 1,491,769; May 20. 

Clas, Angelo R., and R. W.. Randall, assignors to The 
Toledo Automotive Products Company., Toledo, Ohio. 
Brake mechanism. 1,493,472 : May 13. 

Class, John F., Dayton, Ohio. Generating mineral fumes 
and an apparatus for generating said fumes. 
1,49S,4.S7 : June 17. 

Classen, Alexander, Aachen, Germany. Production of 
glossy metallic coatings on metals. 1,491,381 ; Apr. 22. 

Chissen, Richard, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Solenoid - operating mechanism. 
1,506,409 ; Aug. 26. 

Clatworthy, William E., Cleveland. Ohio. Velocipede. 
1,506,565 ; Aug. 26. 

Clauberg, Herman P., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to R. 
Hoe and Co., New York, N. Y. Sheet-piling mechanism. 
1.494.339 ; Alay 20. 

Claud-Mantle, Arthur, assignor to The Bassick Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Cabinet latch. Rel5,S62 ; 
June 24. 

Claude, Georges, assignor to I'Air Liquido, Socicto An- 
onyme pour I'Etudo et I'Exploitation des Procedes 
Georges Claude, Pai'is, France. Simultaneously iire- 
Iiaring ammonium chloride and sodium carbonate em- 
jiloying synthetic ammonia. 1,484,932 ; Feb. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Claude, Georges, assignor to Societe I'Air Liquide Societe 
Anoiiyme pour I'Etude et I'Exploitation des Procedes 
Georges Claude, Paris, France. Alternate precipitation 
of sodium bicarbonate and ammonium cliloride. 
1,4SS,002 : Mar. 2.^. 

Claude, Georges, assignor to I'Alr Liquide Societe Ano- 
nyme pour I'Etude et I'Exploitation des Procedes 
Georges Claude, Paris, France. Conversion of synthetic 
ammonia into solid ammonium cliloride in conjunction 
with the production of sodium carbonate. 1,491,672 ; 
Apr. 21:. 

Claude, Georges, Paris, and E. Jordan, Frniiconville, as- 
signors to la Socigte I'Air Liquide, Soci6t6 Anonyme 
pour I'Etude et- rExiiloitatiou des I'rocedSs Georges 
Claude, Paris, France. Treatment of natural gases. 
1,497, 54(; ; June 10. 

Claude, Georges, assignor to Societe I'Air Liquide 
(Societe Anonyme pour I'Etude et I'Exploitation des 
Procedes Georges Claude), Paris, France. Synthesis of 
ammonia. 1,501,4.36 ; July 15. 

Claude, Georges, assignor to Societe I'Air Liquide (So- 
ciete Anonyme pour I'Etude et I'Exploitation des Pro- 
cedes Georges Claude), Paris, France. Manufacture of 
hydrogen by partial liquefaction of gaseous mixtures. 
1,511,800: Oct. 14. 

Clauder, Arthur W., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Snap switch. I,50;i,9,s2 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Claus, Albert 11.. Portland. Orcg. Attachment for clothes- 
pins. 1,499,292 ; June 24. 

Claus. Emil A., iVuw Vork, N. Y. String closure-affixin;: 
machine. 1,488,192; Mar. 25. 

Claus, Emil L., assignor to Milwaukee Gas Specialty 
Company, MilwaulJee, Wis. Ignition device for gas 
burners. 1,499,854 ; July 1. 

Claus, John C, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to S. Jankowsky, 
Tulsa, Okla. Transporting device for disk cultivators. 
1,484,622 ; Feb. 26. 

Clausen, Carl, Bisbee, Ariz. Tire rim. 1,514,436 ; Nov. 4. 

Clausen, Henry P., Mount Vernon, and C. L. (Joodium, 
New York, N. Y., assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Machine-switch- 
ing telephone-exchange system. 1,480,241 ; Jan. 8. 

Clausen, Henry P., Mount Vernon, and C. L. Goodrum, 
New York, N. Y., assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated. Telephone - exchange system. 
1,480,242; Jan. 8. 

Clausen, Henry P., Mount Vernon, and C. L. Goodrum, 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Telephone-exchange system. 1,504,215 ; 
Aug. 12. 

Clausen, William H., Melrose, Mass. Game apparatus. 
1,504,605 ; Aug. 12. 

Clausing, George, assignor to The Vulcan Last Company, 
Portsmouth, Ohio. Saw-setting machine. 1,495,240 ; 
May 27. 

Clausing, George, assignor to The Vulcan Last Company, 
Portsmouth, Ohio. Mechanism for forming hinges of 
lasts for shoes. 1.51.3,743 : Nov. 4. 

Clausing, George, assignor to The Vulcan Last Company, 
Portsmouth. Ohio. Last. 1.514,370 ; Nov. 4. 

Clausing, George, assignor to The Vulcan Last Company, 
Portsmouth, Ohio. Last. 1,516,333 ; Nov. 18. 

Clausing, George, assignor to The Vulcan Last Company. 
Portsmouth, Ohio. Mechanism for forming hinges of 
lasts for shoos. 1,519.360 ; Dec. 16. 

Clausing, Heinrich, Bochum, Germany. Gas valve. 
1.4S7.207 ; Mar. IS. 

Clauson, Gustave B., Winnebago, 111. Clutch-operating 
attachment for tractors. 1,509,638; Sept. 23. 

Clauss, Max O., New York, N. Y. Tul)ular-band-making 
machine. 1.502.1.'^4; July 22. 

Clauss, Max O.-, New York, N. Y. Label-attaching ma- 
chine. 1,503,745; Aug. 5. 

Claussen, Hugo, Bronx, N. Y. Fastener for harvesting- 
machine conveyer belts. 1.491.901 ; Apr. 29. 

Clave). Kene. Basel, Switzerland. Treatment of union 
or mixed fabrics. 1,517.700 ; Dec. 2. 

Claw^nn. Monroe S.. Upper Montclair, N. J. Mold. 
1,519.116; Dec. 16. 

Clay, Henry, Camden Town, London, England. Con- 
struction "of ships, boats, and other vessels. 1.509,284; 
Sept. 23. 

Clay, James S., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Caldwell 
& Drake Iron Works, Columbus, Ind. Post-retaining 
member. 1,481,187; Jan. 15. 

Clay, Jann-s S., Indianaiiolis, assignor to Caidwell & 
Drake Iron Works, Columbus, Ind. Lami> post. 
1,409,445 ; July 1. 

Clay, John A., assignor of one-half to R. II. Hull. Miami, 
Fla. .\utomobile wrench. 1,503.349 : July 20. 

Clay, Noble S., Wilkinsluirg, I'a., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Phonograph 
needle. 1,511,398 ; 0<t. 14. 

Clay, Noble S.. Wilkinsluirg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
lionse Electric & M.'nuifactnring Company. Airplane- 
covering material. 1.519.2.'!n ; Pec. 10. 

Clay, Samuel B., assignor to Heine Boiler Coinjiany, St. 
Louis, Mo. Tool for installing boiler bandliole caps 
1,506,880 ; Sept. 2. 

Clay, SanuicI 1'.. assignor to Heine Boiler Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Tool for installing boiler handhole caps. 
1,521,008; Dec. "'). 



Clay, Thomas H. (See Clarke, Richard A., assignor.) 

Claybourn, Leslie W., Milwaukee, Wis. Printing-plate- 
securing means. 1,486.323 ; Mar. 11. 

Claybourn. Leslie W., Menasha, Wis. Method of and ap- 
paratus for forming printing plates. 1,487,839 : Mar. 25. 

Claybourn, Leslie \\., Menasha, Wis. Correcting print- 
ing presses. 1,518,562 ; Dec. 9. 

Claybourn, Leslie W., Milwaukee. Wis. x\pparatus for 
correcting printing presses. 1,518,563 ; Dec. 9. 

Clayden, Arthur, Richmond, England. Grapple or means 
for handling goods in bulk. 1.490,660 ; Apr. 15. 

Clayden, Arthur, Richmond, England. Winch. 1,517,616 ; 
Dec. 2. 

Clayton, Andrew B., Union, assignor to The Singer Manu- 
facturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Multiple-thread 
tension device for sewing machines. 1,519,486 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Clayton, Earl R., and C. R. Welch, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Draft and steering rig for trailers. 1.507.:-!35 ; Sept. ; . 

Clayton, Grace T., Chevy Chase, Md. Shopping or mar- 
keting truck. 1,500,108; July 8. 

Clayton Gin Compress Co. (See Brown, George R., as- 
signor.) 

Clayton, Harvey. (See Bruckshaw, II. S., and Clayton.) 

Clayton & Lambert Manufacturing Company. (See 
Groehn. Otto J., assignor.) 

Clayton, Lee, Maricopa, Calif. Cement bailer. 1,487,721 ; 
Mar. 25. 

Clayton and Shuttleworth Limited et al. (See McGregor, 
Robert, assignor.) 

Clayton, William E., Altoona, Kans. Dough-dividing 
machine. 1,513,157 ; Oct. 28. 

Clayton. William F., Huntsville, Ala. Check for looms. 
1.494,992 ; May 20. 

Claytor, Jacob P.. Lorimor, Iowa. Adjustable tray 
table top and display device. 1,503,746 ; Aug. 5. 

Clear, Charles J., and G. JI. Webber, Portland, Oreg. 
E.xhaust box. 1,502,019 ; July 22. 

Cleary, Edwin, deceased, London, England, A. Hutchin- 
son, administrator. Oven, hot plate, bain-marie, and 
the like. 1,480,505 ; Jan. 8. 

Cleary, Thomas J., deceased, and G. F. Quinn, I'itts- 
burgh. Pa. ; I. C. Treacy, administratrix. Gas regu- 
lator. 1.503.301 ; July 29. 

Cleco Corporation, The. (See Breslove, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Cleeland, Rov A., Butler, Pa. Pencil or similar article. 
Des. 63,874 ; Feb. 5. 

Cleem. Delphia H., Humboldt, Minn. Side-draft-reducing 
hitch for plows. 1.517,710 ; Dec. 2. 

Clefton, Claud J., Owatonna, assignor to R. P. Clefton, 
St. Paul, Minn. Acetylene burner. 1,483,928 : Feb. 19. 

Clefton. Ruth P. (See Clefton, Claud J., assignor.) 

Clegg, Hobart, Belle Vernon, Pa. Game. 1,518,306; 
Dec. 9. 

Clegg, John H., Suffern, N. Y. Dispensing device for 
collapsible containers. 1,507,464 ; Sept. 2. 

Clegg, Thomas IL, Brooklyn, N. Y. Industrial truck. 
1.519,191 : Dec. 16. 

Clegg, William IL, West Kirbv, England. Internal- 
combustion engine. 1,521.077 ; Dec. 30. 

Cleghorn, Charles A., East Molesey, England, Puncture- 
sealing compounds for pneumatic tires and the like. 
1,495,383; May 27. 

Cleland. Chester C.. Cleveland. Oliio. Power transmitter. 
1.484,061 ; Feb. 10. 

Clelland, Duncan. (See McFarlane, .T.. and Clelland.) 

Clemans, Elizabeth C. et al, (See Clemans, William 
M,, assignor,) 

Clemans. Gwendolyn C, et al, (See Clemans, William 
M., assignor.) 

Clemans, Roth M., et al. (See Clemans, William M., 
assignor.) 

Clemans, William M., Wheeling, W. Va. Refrigerator. 
1,479,787 : Jan. 8. 

Clemans, William M., assignor of one-half to J. C. Fee 
and one-half to R. M. Clemans, G. C. Clemans, and 
E. C. Clemans, Wheeling, W. Va. Dish. 1,520,402 ; 
Dec. 23. 

Clemens, Alfred A. (See Phillips. G, B,. and Clemens.) 

Clement, Adam J,, et al. (See Lyon, Kyle, assignor.) 

Clement, Bruce D., Amarillo, Tex. Cream-testing tank, 
1,517.194: Nov. 25. 

Clement, Charles C, Shelburn, Ind. Barbecue stove. 
1,491,945; Apr. 29. 

Clement, Edward E. (See Clement, Lnraine M. and 
E. E.) 

Clement, Edward E.. Ocean City, N. J. Girdle. 
1,497,840 ; June 17. 

Clement, Edward E., Ocean City, N. J. Massage vi- 
brator and circuit therefor. 1,498,679; June 24. 

Clement. Edward E.. Ocean City, N. J. Electrical heater. 
1.515.729 ; Nov. 18. 

Clement, George A,, Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor to 
General Optical Company. Bifocal-lens blank. Rel5,897 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Clement, George A., Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Optical Compiiny. Bifocal-lens blank. 1,494,889 ; 
May 20. 

Clement, Goorse A.. Dnrand. III. Attachment for can 
covers. 1.510.334; Nov. IS. 

Clement, Hans, New York, N. Y., assignor to General 
Optical Company. Pedestal. Des. 65,634 ; Sept. 2:!. 



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Clement, Hans, New York, N. Y., assignor to General 
Optical Company. Pedestal. Des. 65,635 ; Sept. 23, 

Clement, Hans, New York, N. Y., assiguor to General Op- 
tical Company, Inc. Ophthalmological apparatus. 
1,494,666; May 20. 

Clement, Josepb, Tournai, Belgium. Construction of 
windows. 1,492,961 ; May 6. 

Clement, Loraine M. and B. E., Ocean City, N. J. Mas- 
sage apparatus. 1,498,680 ; June 24. 

Clement, Louis, Evangeline, La. Safety clutch release. 
1,506,110; Aug. 26. ^ . . 

Clement, Walter L., Indianapolis, Ind. Composition- 
asphalt house gutter. 1,498,351 ; June 17. 

Clement, William H., :r., Falacios, Tex. Trouble-light 
iixture. 1,500,548 : July 8. _^ ^ 

Clements, Archibald B., New York, assignor to The Lam- 
son Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Cash carrier. 
1,488,807 ; Apr. 1. 

Clements, Eugene E., New Haven, Conn., assignor to L. 
Candee & Company. Strip-cutting attachment. 
1,510,656 ; Oct. 7. 

Clements, Everett G., Washington, D. C. Device for 
marking parking limits for vehicles. 1,479,651 ; Jan. 1. 

Clements, Everett G., Washington, D. C. Keceptacle 
closure cap. 1,514,130 ; Nov. 4. 

Clements, Frank O., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Dayton-Wright Company, Dayton Ohio. Apparatus for 
doping airplane wings. 1,503,478 ; Aug. 5. 

Clements, George, assignor to Clements Mfg. Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Vacuum cleaner. 1,508,597 ; Sept. 16. 

Clements, Harry, et al. (See Smith, Harry I., assignor.) 

Clements, Lincoln H., Clements, Minn. Unloading and 
excavating machine. 1,513,744 ; Nov. 4. 

Clements Mfg. Co. (See Clements, George, assignor.) 

Clements, Ralph L., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Syringe. 
1,488,777 ; Apr. 1. 

Clements, Wellington I., Portsmouth, Va. Making auxiliary 
shirt bosoms and the article formed thereby. 1,503,983 ; 
Aug. 5. 

Clementz, Clarence W., assignor to Crankless Engine 
Company, Jacksonville, Fla. Crankless engine. 
1,480,506; Jan. 8. ^ . 

Clementz, Clarence W., assignor to Crankless Engine 
Company, Jacksonville, Fla. Oil pump. 1,487,539 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Clemm, Hans, assignor to Zellstofffabrik Waldhof, Mann- 
heim - Waldhof, Germany. Regenerating sulphurous 
acid and the heat of the waste gas from cellulose 
Nov. 18. 
(See Castleman, Everett B., as- 



St. Paul, Minn. 
St. Paul, Minn. 



Road grader. 
Road grader. 



boilers. 1,515,656 

Clemmer, Howard S. 
signer.) 

demons, Harold W., 
1,497,891 ; June 17. 

Clemens, Harry K., 
1,517,711 ; Dec. 2. 

Clench, William A., assignor of one-half to G. 11. San- 
burn, Seattle, Wash. Water heater. 1,519,395 ; 
Dec. 16. 

Clerke, Augustus B. H. (See Hadfield, R. A., and Clerke.) 

Cleveland-Akron Bag Company, The. (See Appel, Daniel, 
assignor.) 

Cleveland-Akron Bag Company, The. (See Merrick, How- 
ard W., assignor.) 

Cleveland Automatic Machine Company, The. (See Bro- 
phy, John P., assignor.) 

Cleveland Brass Manufacturing Company, The. 
Costello, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Cleveland Chain and Manufacturing Company, The. 
Round, Louis D., assignor.) 

Cleveland Chain & Manufacturing Company, The. 
Cull, L. D., and Hughes, assignors.) 

Cleveland, Clement, New York, N. Y. Pencil sharpener. 
1,498,235; June 17. 

Cleveland, David P., assignor to Universal Paint Re- 
mover and Motor Cleaning Company, a trust estate, 
Dallas, Tex. Cleaning and paint-removing apparatus. 
1,484,470; Feb. 19. 

Cleveland, David P., assignor of one-half to J. A. Berg- 
feld, Dallas, Tex. Elevating rack. 1,494,588 ; May 20. 



(See 
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The. 



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Com- 
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Cleveland Dental Manufacturing Company, 
Rosser, William, assignor.) 

Cleveland Electric Machine and Manufacturing 
panv, The. (See Kidney, Willis E., assignor.) 

Cleveland Engineering Laboratories Company, The. 
Fleming, W. K., and Baehr, assignors.) 

Cleveland, Ernest A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Adjust- 
able dental tray. 1,489,192; Apr. 1. 

Cleveland, Ernest C, Paris, Ky. Automobile brake. 
1,498,352 ; June 17. 

Cleveland Folding Machine Company, The. (See Hitch- 
cock, Reuben, assignor.) 

Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company, The. (See John- 
son, Carl W., assignor.) 

Cleveland Hardware Company, The. (See Bosley, Lewis 
W., assignor.) 

Cleveland, Henry B., East Schodack, N. Y. Dewatering 
machine. 1,479,450 ; Jan. 1. 

Cleveland Industrial Development Company, The. (See 
Kraber, George L., assignor.) 

Cleveland, Joseph E., Columbus, Ga. Mattress. 
1,517,017; Dec. 2. 



Cleveland Metal Products Company, The. (See Chadwick, 
Lee S., assignor.) 

Cleveland Metal Products Company, The. (See Resek, 
M., and Kluge, assignors.) 

Cleveland Rock Drill Company, The. (See Greve, Louis 
W., assignor.) 

Cleveland Rock Drill Company, The. (See Hafford, 
Daniel J., assignor.) 

Cleveland Rock Drill Company, The. (See Nell, Gustave 
M., assignor.) 

Cleveland Rock Drill Company, The. (See Nell, Gustave 
M., assignor.) 

Cleveland Steel Tool Company, The. (See Doolittle, 
John F., assignor.) 

Cleveland Switchboard Company, The. (See Hafemeister, 
Fred F., assignor.) 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The. (See Gruber, Edward, 
assignor.) 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The. (See Heinkel, Chris- 
tian F., assignor.) 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The. (See Morgan, Matthew 
B., assignor.) 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The, (See Savage, Edwin H., 
assignor.) 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The. (See White, RoUin H., 
assignor.) 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The. (See White, R. H., 
and Savage, assignors.) 

Cleveland Universal Parts Company. (See Laughlin, 
Samuel L., assignor.) 

eleven, Axel, assiguor to Stewart-Warner Speedometer 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Adjustable tensioning de- 
vice. 1,511,026; Oct. 7. 

Clevenger & Caron. (See Caron, Martinus H., assignor.) 

Clevenger, Galen H., Boston, Mass., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method of and apparatus 
for the heat treatment of ores. 1,492,286 ; Apr. 29. 

Clewett, Louis O., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Los 
Angeles Pump & Supply Co. Pump liner. 1,510,042 ; 
Sept. 30. 

Cleworth, Alfred B., Hollinwood, England. Apparatus 
for treating gases with liquids. 1,481,122 ; Jan. 15. 

Click, William S., Turtle Creek, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Com- 
mutator brush. 1,506,734: Sept. 2. 

Clickner, Earle, assignor to Shakespeare Company, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. Fishing reel. 1,521,229; Dec. 30. 

Clifford, Charles C, New York, N. Y. Notebook holder. 
1,491,289; Apr. 22. 

Clifford, Curtis T., San Francisco, Calif. Sprinkler head. 
1,510,444 ; Sept. 30. 

Clifford, Harry E., Newton, Mass., assignor to Scovill 
Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Electric 
furnace. 1,496,299; June 3. 

Clifford, Victor, assignor to Petroleum Safety Appliance 
Company, Tulsa, Okla. Vent for liquid containers. 
1.483,808; Feb. 19. 

Cliffton, Bacon L., Los Angeles, Calif. Portable dental 
engine for an all-cord elbow arm and handpiece. 
1,495,673 ; May 27. 

Clifton, Harry G., Jacksonville, Fla. Direction-signaling 
apparatus for motor vehicles. 1,488,033 ; Mar. 25. 

^lifton, James P., Buffalo, N. Y. Pipe coupling. 
1,489,065 ; Apr. 1. 

Clifton, William E., Nottingham, assignor to Cliftophone 
Limited, London, England. Diaphragm for sound-re- 
cording and sound-reproducing instruments. 1,487,013 ; 
Mar. 18. 

Clifton, William B., Nottingham, assignor to Cliftophone 
Limited, London, England. Needle for talking ma- 
chines and like apparatus. 1,508,163 ; Sept. 9. 

Clifton, William E., and J. S. Ewart, Nottingham, as- 
signors to Cliftophone Limited, London, England. 
Sound recording and reproducing instrument. 1,484,471 ; 
Feb. 19. 

Cliftophone Limited. (See Clifton, William E., assignor.) 

Cliftophone Limited. (See Clifton, W. E., and Ewart, 
assignors.) 

Clilverd, Henry, et al. (See Gilbert, Leo A., assignor.) 

Climax Conveyor Corporation. (See Connolly, Joseph 
F., assignor.) 

Climax Engineering Company. (See Wishart, W., and 
Morrell, assignors.) 

Climax Molybdenum Company. (See Bratton, W. Nor- 
man, assignor.) 

Clinchfield Carbocoal Corporation. (See McLaughlin, 
J. W., and Gell, assignors.) 

Cline, Allan J., Chicago, 111. Paper-roll chuck. 
1,491 200 ; Apr. 22. 

Cline, Charles G., assignor to A. L. Curry, Leon, Iowa. 
Container. l,49."i.548 : May 27. 

Cline, Harry D. (See Fry, S. J., and Cline.) 

('line, Nelson T., et al. (See Flinner, John, assignor.) 

Clino, Webster C, Slate Run, Pa. Transmission band. 
1,514.,S95 : Nov. 11. 

Cline, William, Lancaster, Pa. Reflector. 1,502,617; 
July 22. 

Cllngestein, Heinrich, Cologne, assignor to Farbenfab- 
riken vorm. Frirdr. Bayer and Co., Leverknsen. near 
Cologne, Germany. Azo dye. 1,483,415; Feb. 12. 

Clinton, Dwight C. (See Calvert, J. G., and Clinton.) 

Cliiiton, Ilni'T'v D.. Johnson City, N. Y. Textile spool and 
bobbin, 1,515,148 ; Nov. 11. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Clinton Noveltj' Co. (See Alexander, Lewis, assignor.) 

Clipper Belt Lacer Company. (See Diamond, James K., 
assignor.) 

Clobridge, Edward J., Watertown, N. Y. Plumber's 
coupling or union. 1,496,977; June 10. 

Clodfelter, Uut'us E. (See Viniug, E. E., and Clod 
f elter. ) 

Cloetens, Georges, St. Gille, near Brussels, Belgium. 
Reed organ. 1,481,350; Jan. 22. 

Clokey, AlUson A., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to West 
em Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Signaling system. 1,480,243 ; Jan. 8. 

Cloninger, William M., Muskogee, Okla. Automobile cur- 
tain window. 1,491,382 ; Apr. 22. 

Close, Charles S., Bolivar, i'a. Airship. 1,505,370 ; 
Aug. 19. 

Close, Dorr R. (See Furmidge, Samuel, assignor.) 

Close, Lyman W., assignor to The Standard Parts Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Bearing. 1,489,345 ; Apr. S. 

Closgard Wardrobe Company. (See Normandy, Charles 
R., assignor.) 

Closure Service Company, The. (See Carvalho, Leslie 
R. N., assignor. ) 

Closure Service Company, The. (See Dalrymple, Frank 
M., assignor.) 

Clough, Frederick II., llillmorton, near Rugby, England. 
Spindle of cotton and the like spinning macnines. 
1,505,585 ; Aug. 19. 

Clough, Joseph E., Wilmington, Del. Extension envelope. 
1,514,371 ; Nov. 4. 

Clough, Lee E. (See Dirkson, J. W., and Clough.) 

Clough, Woodman W., and C. O. Johns, Elizabeth, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Development Company. Solvent 
for organic compounds and the resulting compositions. 
1,485,071 ; Feb. 26. 

Clouser, Earl M., et al. (See Ilogan, John W., assignor.) 

Cloverleaf Propeller Company. (See Morrow, George W., 
assignor.) 

Clow, James B., & Sons. (See Byers. John A., assignor.) 

Clos-Lite Mfg. C;ompany. (See Hall, George L., assignor.) 

Cloyd, Elmer II. (See CofEelder, J. M., and Cloyd.) 

Cloyes, James II., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ashtabula Bow Socket Company, 
Ashtabula, Ohio. Folding top for vehicles and other 
structures. 1,483,076; Feb. 12. 

Cloyes, James U., South Bend, Ind., assignor to The 
Ashtabula Bow Socket Company, Ashtabula, Ohio. Fold- 
ing top for vehicles and other structures. 1,510,922 ; 
Oct. 7. 

Cluett, Peabody & Co. (See Cluett, Sanford L., as- 
signor.) 

Cluett, Peabody & Company. (See Hess, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Cluett, Sanford L., assignor to Cluett, Peabody & Co. 
Inc.. Trov, N. Y. Controlling device for folder bars. 

1.517.493 ; Dec. 2. 

Cluff, Charles F., et al. (See Orr, J. C, and ClufC, as- 
signors.) 

Cluff, Charles T. (See Orr, J. C, and Cluff.) 

ClufC, George A., Clifton, N. J. Warping machine. 
1,497,892 ; June 17. 

Clulow, Charles J., Tulsa, Okla. Fishing tool. 1,491,463 ; 
Apr. 22. 

Clune, Andrew G., New York, N. Y., and I. V. Edgerton, 
Oak Park, 111. Tail-light front. Des. 64,793; June 3. 

Clyde Iron Works. (Sec Bjorge, Oscar B., assignor.) 

Clymer Manufacturing Company. (See Clarke, Oliver 
H., assignor.) 

Clymer, William R., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Na- 
tional Carbon Company, Inc. Depolarising mixture 
and preparing same. 1,480,533 ; Jan. 8. 

Coady, Thomas J. F., trustee. (See Spicer, .\rthur E., 
assignor.) 

Coakley, William E., assignor to The Ohio Body & Blower 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Holding and operating 
means for ventilator louvers and the like. 1,403,023 ; 
May 6. 

Coan, Walter E., et al. (See Linville, George R., as- 
signor.) 

Coapman, John, assignor to Russel Motor Axle Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Gear casing for motor-vehicle wheels. 

1.517.494 ; Dec. 2. 

Coar, Enos E., and C. Tbilman, South Bend, Ind. Ex- 
tension-cord connection. 1,485,215; Feb. 26. 

Coatalen, Louis, and II. C. M. Stevens, assignors to Sun- 
beam Motor Car Company, Limited. Wolvcrb.nrapton, 
England. Friction clutch. 1,498.353; June 17. 

Coate, Noah, Greenville, Ohio. Apparatus for manufac- 
turing ice. 1,496,625 ; June 3. 

Coatos, Charles B., Erie, I'a., assignor to Chicago Pneu- 
matic Tool Company. New York, N. Y. Magnetic con- 
necter. 1,498,951 ; June 24. 

Coates, Charles B., assignor to Chicago Pneumatic Tool 
Co.. Erie, Pa. Power hammer. 1,513,220 ; Oct. 28. 

Coates, Frank B.. Johnstown, Colo. Haystacker. 
1,488,317: Mar. 25. 

Coatos. Frederick, Cincinnati, Ohio. Container closure. 
1,520,403; Dec. 23. 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. CUitch. 1,485.902; Mar. 4. 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Auto tube winder.* 1,494,993; 
May 20. 



Coates, J. & P. (R. I.) Inc. (See Reilly, Thomas A., as- 
signor.) 
Coates, John W., Detroit, Mich. Oil supply and delivery 

apparatus. 1,486,073 ; Mar. 4. 
Coates, Ray G., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Valley 

Mould and Iron Corporation, Sharpsville, Pa. Mold 

and casting steel ingots. 1,484,112 ; Feb. 19. 
Coates, Ray G., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Valley 

Mould and Iron Corporation, Sharpsville, Pa. Ingot 

and mold for same. 1,485.830 ; Mar. 4. 
Coates, Ray G., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Valley Mould 

and Iron Corporation, Sharpsville, Pa. Steel process, 

mold, and ingot. 1,491,846 ; Apr. 29. 
Coates, Ray G., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Valley Mould 

and Iron Corporation, Sharpsville, Pa. Method and 

apparatus for casting steel ingots. 1,493,602 ; May 13. 
Coates, Ray G., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Valley Mould 

and Iron Corporation, Sharpsville, Pa. Horizontal 

mold. 1,493,603 ; May 13. 
Coats, Allan, Castlehead, Paisley, Scotland. . Process and 

apparatus for the continuous casting of rods, bars, 

and the like. 1,503,479 ; Aug. 5. 
Coats, Allan, Castlehead, Paisley, Scotland. Hydraulic 

clutch. 1,517,343 ; Dec. 2. 
Coats, Henry B., Veedersburg, Ind. Vacuum tank. 

1,496,524 ; June 3. 
Cobb, Benjamin P., Bozeman, Mont. Stock guard for 

railways. 1,514,437 ; Nov. 4. 
Cobb, Clarence L., Baltimore, Md., assignor to B. Lip- 

schutz, Atlantic City, N. J. Lantern. 1,513,533 ; 

Oct. 28. 
Cobb, Earle R. (See Graham. Eugene, assignor.) 
Cobb, Henry B., Richmond, Va., assignor of one-half to 

J. L. Cobb, Thornton, R. I. Mechanical belting. 

1,499,314; June 24. 
Cobb, Henry E., Jermyn, Pa. Shaker-driving mechanism. 

1,491,583 ; Apr. 22. 
Cobb, llenrv Z., New York, N. Y., assignor to Morgan & 

Wright. " Ring for tire beads. 1,503,883 ; Aug. 5. 
Cobb, J. Forrest, Portland, Oreg. Drying kiln. 1,515,431 ; 

Nov. 11. 
Cobb. Job L. (See Cobb, Henry B., assignor.) 
Cobbs, Allen B., Chicago, 111. Trap. 1,503,480 ; Aug. 5. 
Cobbs, Ansalem O. and L. V., Spencer, Iowa. Arch 

support. 1,510,308 ; Sept. 30. 
Cobbs, Leo V. (See Cobbs, Ansalem O. and L. V.) 
Cobel, Ray, Newark, Ohio. Mail box. 1.487.372; Mar. IS. 
Coberly, Clarence J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Cali- 
fornia Burdett Oxygen Company. Process of and appa- 
ratus for cutting metals. 1,495,164 ; May 27. 
Coberly, Clarence J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 

California Compressed Gas Corporation. Laminated 

diaphragm. 1,516,630 ; Nov. 25. 
Coble, Ernest L., Alliance, Ohio. Riveter. 1,491,902 ; 

Apr. 29. 
Coble, Ernest L., Alliance, Ohio. Grading excavator. 

1.515,459 ; Nov. 11. 
Coble. David C, Elizabethtown, Pa. Jarring machine. 

Rel5,y59 ; Dec. 9. 
Coble, Walter. (See Langston, William C, assignor.) 
Coblentz, George W., J. R. Faries, and H. P. Bond, Ta- 

coma. Wash. Lawn sprinkler. 1,480,507; Jan. 8. 
Coburn, Ernest, assignor to J. I. Case Tlireshing Ma- 
chine Company, Kacine, Wis. Combination harvester 

thrasher. 1.498.354; June 17. 
Coburn, Ernest, Spokane, Wash., assignor to The Holt 

Manufacturing Company, Stoclston, Calif. Grain car- 
rier. 1,514,131 ; Nov. 4. 
Coburn, Ernest, Spokane. Wash., assignor to The Holt 

Manufacturing Company, Stockton, Calif. Combined 

header and thrasher. 1,520,404 ; Dec. 23. 
Coburn, Ralph L., San Francisco, Calif. System of build- 
ing construction. 1.487.212 ; Mar. 18. 
Cocanari, Silvio, Antwerp, assignor to Gevaert Photo- 

Producten, N. V., Oude-God, near Antwerp, Belgium. 

Photographic apparatus. 1,503,302 ; July 29. 
Cocchi, Ernesto, and L. Cicognani, Bentivoglio, Bologna, 

Italy. Balance. 1,498,952 ; June 24. 
Cochran, Charles R., Jerome, Ariz. Nut lock. 1,515,657 ; 

Nov. 18. 
Cochran, Charles W. (See Combs. J. W.. and Cochran.) 
Cochran, Charles W., Wichita Falls. Tex., assignor to 

Superior Auto Jack Co.. Turley, Okla. Jack or lifting 

device. 1.511,801 ; Oct. 14. 
Cochran. Clarence C, Ohley, W. Va. Auto brake. 

1,514,438 ; Nov. 4. 
Cochran. Clyde E., Cleveland, Ohio. Industrial truck. 

1.481,351 ; Jan. 22. 
Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Industrial truck. 

1.479,981 ; .Tan. 8. 
Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Industrial truck. 

1,492,701 ; May 6. 
Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Rocker dump truck. 

1,497,489 ; June 10. 
Cochran, Clyde E.. assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Industrial truck. 

1.500.236; July 8. 
Cochran. Clyde E.. assignor to The Elwell-Parker Elec- 
tric Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Crane-truck outrigger. 

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Cochran, Guy, et al. (See Floyd, Victor C, assignor.) 
Cochran, Walter W., Colton, N. Y. Valve lifter. 

1,516,712 ; Nov. 25. 
Cochran, Wesley E., Cleveland, Ohio. Combination lamp 

and license-plate holder. Des. 63,842 ; Jan. 29. 
Cochran, William R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to W. E. 

Somerville, Coal City, 111. Eeenforcing ring for auto- 
mobile tires and making the same. 1,493,735 ; May 13. 
Cochrane, Arthur L., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Clamp. 

1,485,167 ; Feb. 26. 
Cochrane, Arthur L., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Fastener 

for laces, straps, and the like. 1,493,604; May 13. 
Cochrane Corporation. (See Gibson, George H., as- 
signor.) 
Cochrane, H. S. B. W., Corporation. (See Gibson, George 

U., assignor.) 
Cochrane, J. P., and Company, Limited. (See Crombie, 

C. K., and Smith, assignors.) 
Cochrane, Sanders ¥., Hutchinson, Kans. Thrashiuij- 

machine feeder. 1,489,520 ; Apr. 8. 
Cochrane, Thomas, Buffalo, N. \. Lamp. 1,495,674; 

May 27. 
Cochrane, Wilbur A., Sea CliCC, N. Y., assignor to Brock- 

Cochrane Company. Acetylene lamp. 1,488,193 ; 

Mar. 25. 
Cock, Frederick D. (See Lodge, Edwin W., assignor.) 
Cockbaine, Henry L., Knowle, and M. G. B'ry, Bedminster, 

Bristol, assignors to The Imperial Tobacco Com- 
pany (of Great Britain and Ireland) Limited, Bristol, 

England. Staple or holding device. 1,491,673 ; 

Apr. 22. 
Cockburn, Arthur, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. 

Tamping plug tCr use in blasting. 1,480,894 ; Jan. 15. 
Cockerell, Benjamin F., and A. Comer, Kansas City, Mo. 

Adjustable form. 1,507,046 ; Sept. 2. 
CockeriJl, Sidney W. (See Dohnuan, H. D., and Cock- 

erill. ) 
Cockhill, Henry, & Sons Limited. (See Hartley, William 

W., assignor.) 
Cocking, Richard, Waltham, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 

65,959 ; Nov. 11. 
Cocking Richard, Waltham, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 

65,960; Nov. 11. 
Cocking Richard, Waltham, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 

65,961; Nov. 11. 
Cocksedge, Herbert E., Hartford, England, assignor to The 

Solvay Process Company, Solvay, N. Y. Forming sodium 

carbonate. 1,503,481 ; Aug. 5. 
Coco, Vincent, Ozone Park, N. Y. Adjustable door jamb. 

1,496,525 ; June 3. 
Cocoa Products Company of America. (See Eddy, Clar- 
ence F., assignor.) 
Cocoa Products Company of America Incorporated. (See 

Wilson, Robert E., assignor.) 
Coddington, Harry W. (See Kadel, B. W., Pilcher, and 

Coddington.) 
Code, John C, Portland, Oreg. Cock. 1,499,446; July 1. 
Coder, Henry G., Jersey City, N. J. Coconut-shredding 

machine. 1,511,947; Oct. 14. 
Codina, Peter, assignor to The Dauber-Swab Co., Inc., 

Jersey City, N. J. Swab-assembling machine. 

1,507,953; Sept. 9. 
Codman, William, Providence, R. I. Spoon or similar 

article. Des. 64,109 ; Mar. 4. 
Codman, William, Providence, R. I. Spoon or similar 

article. Des. 64,158 ; Mar. 11. 
Codman, William, Providence, R. I. Metal border strip 

for a tray or similar article. Des. 64,794 ; Juno 3. 
Codman, William, Providence, R. 1. Trophy cup. Des. 

65,052 ; July 1. 
Coe, John D., San Francisco, Calif. Photographic stencil 

and making same. 1,494,667 ; May 20. 
Coe, Joseph H., assignor of one-third to E. F. Huneke 

and one-third to G. E. Wheeler, Burlington, Iowa. 

Display device. 1,515,460 ; Nov. 11. 
Coe Manufacturing Company, The. (See Collier, W. H., 

and Vance, assignors.) 
Coe, Thomas J., Endicott, N. Y. Door guard. 1,496,626 ; 

June 3. 
Coenders, August, Dusseldorf, Germany. Firearm. 

1,487,722 ; Mar. 25. 
Coeur D'Alene Hardware and Foundry Company. (See 

Larson, August L., assignor.) 
Coffee Products Corporation. (See Wimmer, Karl 11. , 

assignor.) 
Coffee, William R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Removable lining for 

closets. 1,506,566 ; Aug. 26. 
Coffelder, John M., and E. H. Cloyd, Ravenna, Ky. 

Automatic train stop. 1,517,195 ; Nov. 25. 
Coffey, Alfred L., Seattle, Wash. Light reflector. 

1,500,237 ; July 8. 
Coffey, John J., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to Bethlehem 

Steel Company. Stamp holder. 1,501,100 ; July 15. 
CoEfev, Louis A. (See Johnson, Raymond F., assignor.) 
Coffield, Maude M., Kansas City, Mo. Doll. Des. 64,495 ; 

Apr. 22. 
Coffin. Ellery F., Muirkirk, assignor of one-half to J. H. 

McCauley, Laurel, Md. Operating blast furnaces. 

1,491,131 ; Apr. 22. 
Coffin, Helen J., Philadelphia, Pa. Dressmaker's acces- 
sory. 1,510,545; Oct. 7. 



Coffin, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company, Inc., Garden 
City, N. Y. Method and apparatus for measuring alti- 
tudes. 1,481,986 ; Jan. 29. 

Coffin, Joseph G., Hempstead, N. Y., assignor to The 
Naugatuck Chemical Company. Method and apparatus 
for uniformly finely dividing sulphur. 1,498,717 
June 24. 

Cofflu, Leslie R-, Belllngham, Wash., and R. W. Mastlck, 
jr., San Francisco, Calif. Electric-arc lamp. 1,479,370 
Jan. 1. 

Coffin, Walter E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve^ 
land, Ohio. Coupler shank and yoke connection 
1,498,540 ; June 24. 

Coffman, Edgar C, El Monte, Calif. Automobile lock 
1,519,086 ; Dec. 9. 

Coffman, George L., Kansas City, Mo., assignor of two- 
thirds to P. X. Busch and O. L. Gorges, Wichita, Kans, 
Direction signal. 1,490,6